Thursday, 26 March 2015

CLARE ROOTS SOCIETY : DIARY DATES


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY








Thursday the 14th of May 8.00 p.m. 
at the Old Ground (upstairs) we launch two books:




The Grotto's of Ennis & Environs by Mary Mc Mahon.

Bindon Street / Bank Place by Lucille Ellis.


Thursday 18th. June:

7.30 p.m. Mass at the Cathedral in memory of deceased Residents of St. Michael's Villas, Ennis.

Book Launch 8.15 p.m. Old Ground Hotel: 


St. Michaels Villas by Corah Hassey.

The Mayor of Ennis, 
 Johnny Flynn, will be launching all books.





THE BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF THE CLARE CHAMPION 1903-1934 Project








INDEXATION OF THE CLARE CHAMPION..

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED.. CAN YOU PLEASE HELP? PLEASE READ BELOW...











Wednesday, 25 March 2015

CHECKED EVENTS LATELY?


EVENTS UPDATE






DO CHECK EVENTS TO SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW AND THEN...


http://astheywere.blogspot.com.au/p/events.html

Have you seen the Entente Florale Public Launch 2015 details?


What about this... happening on 31 March 2015...

KDHS Lecture: "Families associated with the lands west of the River Fergus in "An Leabhar Muimneach" or the Munster Book" by Dr Cathy Swift




GENEAPALOOZA: TIME TO SMILE..



TRAVELLERS IN TIME..


Tuesday, 24 March 2015

NEW ADDITIONS IGP: MOUNT JEROME DUBLIN 750 TOMBSTONE PHOTOS ADDED







Thanks to Christina Hunt for the advice that 750 pictures have been added to IGP Mount Jerome Dublin
www.igp-web.com/…/dublin/photos/tombstones/mt-jerome-ndx.htm

GENEAPALOOZA : TIME TO SMILE - OBSCURE RECORDS







IRISH CHATTER MARCH 2015




IRISH CHATTER...

 FROM IRISH CENTRAL....

New Irish family history resources dating as far back 1595!

Findmypast has made two exciting new collections available for tracing your Irish ancestors all the way back into the 16th century. Theses fascinating additions to Findmypast’s 90 million plus historical Irish records, include indexes of your ancestors’ wills and marriages, namely;
You can now find indexes of your ancestors’ wills and marriages on Findmypast.



All of Ireland’s Catholic Church records to go online

Tracing your Irish roots just got a whole lot easier as the National Library of Ireland is to give free online access to its Catholic Church records collection online, from summer 2015. This will enable millions of people around the world to trace their roots in Ireland.
                                          Courtesy National Library Ireland




Thousands expected to join Trinity’s free online Irish history class

Up to 17,000 people are expected to avail of a free online Irish history class offered by Trinity College Dublin. In what has become one of the world’s biggest classes in Irish history, “Irish Lives in War and Revolution: Exploring Ireland’s History 1912-1923” is a six-week course taught online by Trinity lecturers.
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