17 March 2013

St. Patrick's Day -- Celebrate your Inner Irish while researching Irish ancestors!



Today is St. Patrick’s Day.  Many of us celebrate the IRISH in us, whether we have Irish ancestors or not!

Family Tree Magazine has posted a nice list of Six Irish Genealogy Websites. Dick Eastman (EOGN) posted IrishAncestorsLaunches with Unique Resources and Guidance for Family Historians. And GenealogyBank has a fun infographic and information at IrishAmerican Genealogy & Family History Facts Infographic.

Check out free access (through tomorrow, the 18th), Free Accessuntil 18 March 2013 to the Largest Online Collection of Irish Directories (Origins.net via EOGN)

Upfront with NGS has in the past posted about some Irish genealogy resources.  Check out these posts:

2012:
2011:



What neat and/or new Irish genealogy and family history research resource would you recommend?



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