Meet John Grenham – A Chat on the state of Irish Ancestry Records (#207)
e join John Grenham - author of the definitive guide to Irish Genealogy - "Tracing your Irish Ancestors" - and more.
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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 7 of the Letter from Ireland Show. In this episode of the Letter from Ireland Show we join John Grenham – author of the definitive guide to Irish Genealogy – “Tracing your Irish Ancestors” – and more. Mike has a very interesting, and wide-ranging discussion on the state of Irish Family History records and research – all recorded at the National Archives in Dublin.
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- You can access John’s wonderful Irish Ancestors site here.
- The Irish 1901 and 1911 census can be accessed here.
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Slán for now, Mike and Carina.
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