NEHGS -- FREE Access to ALL Its Irish Resources (Ends 9 August)
August 1, 2016—Boston, Massachusetts--Many believe that researching Irish ancestors is impossible because of the destruction of the Public Record Office (PRO) in Dublin in 1922. While many records were destroyed in that devastating fire, other sources, such as deeds and Catholic Church records, were never stored in the PRO and still exist. A lot of Irish genealogical material has come online in recent years, and the growing list of Internet research options has resulted in many more people finding their ancestors in Ireland.
Experts at New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) know the best resources for Irish genealogy and can teach you to use them effectively. During the Irish Resources FREE Access promotion from NEHGS—beginning Tuesday, August 2, and effective through midnight (EST) on Tuesday, August 9—Guest Users on AmericanAncestors.org can browse and use a wide variety of Irish records, articles, subject guides, and webinars.
Find Your Irish Ancestors in FREE Databases on AmericanAncestors.org
During this free access promotion, users can search unique collections such as Irish Immigrant Advertisements, 1831-1920, and the NEHGS-exclusive database The Annals of Beara, The Session Book of Aghadowey, 1702-1725, plus many more.
Break through Your Irish Brick Wall
With expert resources from NEHGS, found exclusively on AmericanAncestors.org, family history enthusiasts can learn tips for navigating the sometimes challenging course of finding Irish ancestors. A free, hour-long webinar on NEHGS Irish Resources, an online subject guide to locate key resources and records in Irish genealogy, and popular articles from our award-winning American Ancestors magazine with fascinating insights about Irish and Irish American genealogy are all available during this Irish-themed promotion from American Ancestors.
Throughout the period of August 2 through August 9, these and other Irish genealogical resources on the website of NEHGS are FREE to Guest Users at AmericanAncestors.org/Irish-Research. Unlimited access to all one billion plus records on AmericanAncestors.org and other benefits are through membership at NEHGS.
Who has proven to be your most challenging Irish ancestor?
Editor’s Note: Check out past Upfront with NGS articles on NEHGS (and American Ancestors) here and Irish Ancestry here.
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