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Using the Irish Tithe Applotment Books

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The Irish Tithe Applotment Books are a great way to gain a glimpse of farming tenants in various parts of Ireland in the early 1800s. Although useful, they are somewhat incomplete and in this letter we hope to get you interested in exploring more! Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to your weekly Letter from Ireland. […]

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Have You Heard of The Irish Patriot called Michael Collins?

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We take a look into the tribal background – and home – of an Irish Patriot called Michael Collins who was made famous by his deeds in the history books and movies. Céad Míle Fáilte – welcome to the Letter from Ireland for this week. How are things in your part of the world? The […]

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The Man Behind the Atlas of the Irish Revolution

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The “Atlas of the Irish Revolution” followed on from “The Atlas of the Irish Famine” as a surprise Irish History and Heritage best-seller. And no wonder! Both are wonderful volumes that bring so much of our recent history to life. In this interview we chat with Mike Collins, Publication Director with Cork University Press about […]

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Do You Know this Irish American Hero?

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In this letter – we have a look at an Irish American hero who got the Hollywood treatment – all the way back to the earliest times of his clan in Ireland. Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to your own Letter from Ireland for this week. We’re feeling a hint of autumn in the […]

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Getting the most from Irish Ancestry Records

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Carina in a church

Sometimes we get frustrated with Irish Ancestry Records – we can see the main parties involved in the marriage or baptism/birth, but we there is not mention of where they lived! In this letter we take the example of one reader’s frustrations and use the presence of witnesses/sponsors to help establish a place of residence. […]

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