Monday, May 12, 2014

Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy e-Magazine

The May/June edition of Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy e-Magazine is now live and can be read FREE of charge via or   


We have ‘'Pinked Up' our latest edition (23rd issue) to welcome the Giro d'Italia to Ireland.  Our  front page showcases a 104 year old photograph of the South Eastern Wheelers from Waterford Bicycle Club dated 4th July 1909’.  This photo is from the Poole Collection courtesy of the National Library of Ireland


In this edition we have over 70 pages of Irish Genealogy articles to include:


Tracing your Carlow Ancestors (18 pages)

·         Carlow library & Findmypast Ireland showcases some fantastic Carlow resources

·         Turtle Bunbury delves into his own roots at Lisnavagh

·         Fiona Fitzsimons researches U.K. Poet Laureate, Carole Ann Duffy’s Carlow Ancestry

·         U.K. based John Nolan talks about life after emigrating from Bagenalstown

The Irish in America

·         Joe Buggy provides an overview on where to research the Irish in New Hampshire

·         Maureen Wlodarczyk  looks at Irish revolutionary war veteran, Henry Gibson

·         Brett Irwin highlights letters from Irish soldiers in the American Civil War

·         Celtic Connections invite you to their 2 day conference in Massachusetts


The Irish in Australia

·         Shauna Hicks helps trace the Irish in the Australian Capital Territory (CAP)

·         Siobhan O’Neill shares her research on Australian outlaw, Ned Kelly


Other News

·         Findmypast Ireland launch 100 records sets in 100 days campaign 

·         John Hamrock appointed Chairman of The Genealogical Society of Ireland

·         Irish Genealogy Summer School at University College Cork

·         Launch of the Pre-1901 Irish Census records

·         County Museum Dundalk celebrate 20 years

·         Tourism Ireland launch The Wild Atlantic Way


Kind regards,


Eileen Munnelly


Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy eMagazine


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