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Finding Your Irish Ancestors - Dr. Penelope Christensen & David Miller
The four primary sources and the most reliable ones are all obtainable at Family History Centers. This book presents a sound strategy for thorough and productive research.
Book #HI01, 177 pages, 5th Edition, 2017
Planning a Genealogy Research Trip to Ireland: The Research Trail in Dublin - Ruth Blair
Are you planning a trip to Dublin, Ireland? Will you be as prepared as you should be before going? Do you know which repositories you should visit? Do you know what to bring with you? This book will help answer these questions and many more.
Book #HI12, 102 pages, 2nd Edition, 2010
Researching Irish Archival & Repository Centres - Brian W. Hutchinson
An overview of the archival and repository centres throughout Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (Eire) for conducting Irish research. Emphasis on types of records, onsite and long-distance research methodology, and availability of institutions.
Book #HI03, 138 pages, 2nd edition, 2016
Researching Irish Census Records...Including Census Substitute Records - Brian W. Hutchinson & David Miller
In no other way have genealogists found their jobs more difficult due to the huge loss of historical census records in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (Eire). Included is the availability of records, plus importance of various government land and people surveys acting as substitutes.
Book #HI04, 122 pages, 2nd Edition, 2016
Researching Irish Church Records...Conformist & Non-Conformist - Brian W. Hutchinson
Many differences occur in the various forms of church (parish) records in Ireland. Emphasis on time periods, historical backgrounds, record collections and pre-1864 research problems are included.
Book #HI05, 176 pages, 2nd edition, 2016
Researching Irish Civil Registration Records - Brian W. Hutchinson
An examination of civil registered record types of birth, marriage and death in post-1863 Ireland, and Protestant marriage records which begin from 1845. Contents and availability of the records, how the information documented has changed over time, limitations and advantages of civil vital records and effective research strategies are included.
Book #HI06, 130 pages, 2nd edition, 2017
Researching Irish Court Records, Including State Papers & Parliamentary Record Collection - Brian W. Hutchinson
These collections can supply, particularly for pre-1850 Ireland, some of the best pointers on periods of presence and locality, social strata, residences, occupations, physical descriptions, and family links. This book will provide you with an understanding of the importance of court, state and parliamentary records.
Book #HI11, 248 pages, 2004
Researching Irish Land Administration Records - Brian W. Hutchinson
Are you having difficulty accessing or using land records? We will look at deeds, valuation surveys, records involving landed and encumbered estates, freehold records, land commission and registry records. We've included some special collections, though not easily or readily accessed, and some wonderful collections that precede 1708, dating from as early as the 12th century.
Book #HI08, 168 pages, 2004
Researching Irish Monumental Inscriptions - Brian W. Hutchinson
Monumental inscriptions, known in Ireland as "memorials of the dead" can sometimes connect the major life events of birth and death. They often precede or out-survive other sources. This book includes information on the genealogical value of monumental inscriptions, their content, the time periods of their existence, and the availability and access to these records.
Book #HI09, 190 pages, 2004
Researching Irish Newspapers & Other Major Printed Sources - Brian W. Hutchinson
Have you searched in newspapers, directory collections, local journals, local histories, occupational records or membership registers? Just like us, our ancestors wanted to know who was doing what and therefore documented interesting information in various sources. This book will outline the genealogical value of information found in major printed sources and the availability of these sources.
Book #HI10, 238 pages, 2004
Researching Irish Testamentary Records - Brian W. Hutchinson
Using wills and estate records pre-1858, before the system of administration changed, and post-1858; which is consistent to the present time in Ireland. Value of these records during these time periods, availability of the records in both periods, as well as comments on some research strategies for using these collections are included.
Book #HI07, 98 pages, 2002
Understanding Ireland, History & Source Records - Brian W. Hutchinson & David Miller
In no other country more than Ireland is it imperative to understand the local history, past machination of records, and have a knowledge of what documents were created versus what is available. This book will help you comprehend research techniques in Ireland.
Book #HI02, 131 pages, 2nd Edition, 2016
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