Thursday, 26 February 2015

IGP REACHES YET ANOTHER MILESTONE











Congratulations to IGP, a great achievement... 

"We just went over 70,000 headstones in the IGP Archives - Headstone Project. All were submitted by people like YOU! Thanks to all our contributors smile emoticon

 http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/headstones.htm     "

You, too, can contribute if you would like to... then your family headstones will be available for all to see.


GENEAPALOOZA: TIME TO SMILE

Geneapalooza:

Courtesy of Esto Frigus




         For more of this great strip, please click on the image at the end of the left hand column.

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Friday, 20 February 2015

SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS ABOUT COUNTY CLARE?





SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS ABOUT COUNTY CLARE? SEE OUR VISITORS' BOOK AND CLARE PAST FORUM
// CLARE COUNTY LIBRARY BLOG

If you have queries about Clare history or genealogy it's worth checking out the Visitors' Book and the Clare Past Forum on Clare County Library's website. The Visitors' Book contains comments and questions from visitors to the library website with answers provided by Clare County Library staff. In the Clare Past Forum answers are provided by other forum users, many of whom are very knowledgeable about Clare matters. You might just find your question has already been asked and answered...
See http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/guests.htm and
http://www.ourlibrary.ca/phpbb2/viewforum.php?f=1
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N.B. reposted from Co Clare library blog

KDHS LECTURE: SAME "COASTAL ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF CO. CLARE" BY RISTEARD UACROININ


KDHS LECTURE: SAME "COASTAL ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF CO. CLARE" BY RISTEARD UACROININ





             (c) Paul O'Brien


KDHS Lecture: same "Coastal Architectural Heritage of Co. Clare" by Risteard UaCroinin



  • at 20:00 

  • Teach Ceoil, Grace Street, Kilrush County Clare



The Clare Coastal Architectural Heritage Survey is an almost comprehensive survey of structures of vernacular, engineering and architectural value, constructed over the past three centuries. 

Risteard UaCroinin is the Clare County Council, Architectural Conservation Officer / Archaeologist. He has published widely on the heritage of County Clare. His talk will have a special focus on the Architectural Heritage of Kilrush and west Clare.

Free for members, €5 for non-members. 

New members are always welcome.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

CLARE CHATTER......GREAT NEW ADDITIONAL RECORDS AVAILABLE FREE

GREAT NEW ADDITIONAL RECORDS AVAILABLE 
FREE ONLINE


Clare researchers are truly so fortunate to have so many records available to them, thanks to the dedication of so many volunteers.

 Feel like a banquet of knowledge?

 Then here they are....


[New material added in February 2015 including 100 years of reports on the war from Clare newspapers, individual profiles of soldiers and an article on the war by Peadar McNamara.]

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Then, as if that isn't enough, 
John Mayer 
has made a further 
massive contribution by transcribing 
Co Clare Baptisms, Kilmaley Parish
covering the years from
1832-1843.

 These are also available free online at Clare Library

BAPTISM RECORDS (COMPLETE) FOR KILMALEY PARISH, 1832-1843

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 Beryl Meehan 
has also donated the following 
Kilmaley Parish Records




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 There is so much more to see at 


also