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Irish Roots - Issue No 73

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Published by:
Irish Roots Magazine
Published:
6/4/2012
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
32 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
History
Tags:
brick wall, Co. Meath, Family History, Genealogy, Gregorian Calender, ireland, Irish Ancestry, Julian Calender, Michael Flatley, Occupational Sources

Irish Roots magazine is the ONLY genealogy and family history magazine dedicated entirely to Irish ancestral research available in both print and digital format. Irish Roots magazine is a celebration of Irish ancestry, heritage, culture and traditions! In this issue: Irish Ancestral Research - Getting Over The Brick Wall. Searching Occupational Sources Connected To Your Ancestors. Eccentric Ireland - Co. Meath. Understanding The Julian and Gregorian Calendars. A Problem Shared. One Reader Shares How He Confirmed The Birth Name Of His Great Great Irish Grandmother Through An Australian Death Record. Michael Flatley Takes A Step Back. Books Ireland - Books Of Interest To Irish Ancestral Researchers and Historians. A Problem Shared. Letters To The Editor. When Undertaking Irish Ancestral Research in Australia Remember To..... Read The Fate Of Two Marmion Cousins Who Emigrated From County Down In The Early 1800's. Sharing Your Photos Online. Family History And Identity - The March Of A Nation.

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Genealogy: Irish Roots - Issue No 73