Serious About Genealogy? Here are 10 Books to Read This Year
By Kimberly Tucker
Having recently painted my office a fresh Robin's egg blue, I removed all of my genealogy books from my shelves. This gave me the perfect opportunity to take stock of my library and spend some time sharing it with you. Click to read more!
Offline Vital Records are Critical to Your Research, and Ordering Them is Easier Than You Think
by Marsha Peterson-Maass
If you've never taken the time to track down offline vital records about your ancestors you might be asking yourself two questions right now: “Vital Records? What are those?” and “Offline? Why would I need a quick guide to finding Vital Records offline when it's so easy to surf for everything online?” Click to read more!
The Irish Genealogical Research Society has updated its Early Irish Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes with the addition of 11,000 new entries. The update includes some 7,500 death entries from newspaper published between 1740 and 1810.
Posted by Claire Santry, Irish Genealogy News
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