04 April 2020

Irish Lives Remembered: Spring Issue

Here are the contents if the latest issue of the FREE Irish Lives Remembered magazine.

Fiona Fitzsimons – Finding Tig Notaro’s Irish Roots
Paul MacCotter – The O’Doherty (and the O’Doorty) Surname
Maurice Gleeson – Using Ancestry.com’s “Ethnicity Estimate” to Focus Your Irish Research
Andrew Kane – The North of Ireland Family History Society: Forty Years Together
Mark Grace – Genetic Genealogy and the “The West Cork DNA & Family History Symposium”
Christine Deakin – The Preservation of Documents, Photos and Memorabilia
Maureen Wlodarczyk – It’s Never Too Late: An Irish-American Nonagenarian Discovers Her County Laois Roots
Nathan Mannion – Don Juan Morfa: Irish Spy in the Caribbean
Eamonn Kelly – The Enchanted Cow in Irish Tradition
Brigit McCone – Irish Orientalism
Fiona Fitzsimons – The Dr Bríd McGrath Fellowship for Independent Scholars: An Interview with Bríd McGrath
Patrick Roycroft – Herstory: Ireland’s Epic Women TV series and “Blazing a Trail” Exhibition. The Opening Event
Penny Walters – Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy (2019) [Book Excerpt]

Regular columns:
Dear Genie (Our Genealogists help you with your research block)
Photodetective (Jayne Shrimpton analyses one of your family photos)
Patrick's Page (Patrick Roycroft deals with a client at the Irish Family History Centre)
FMP Roundup (Niall Cullen lets us know of the new Irish genealogy records that have been added to Findmypast)

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