Friday, September 2, 2016

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 2nd September, 2016


Walter Withers


A Belfast soldier secretly photographed World War I (PHOTOS)
The last letter written on board the doomed Titanic 
Advice to young ladies in 19th century Ireland 
The Irish rebels who fought against the U.S. in the Mexican-American War 
The story of an only son headed for doom on the Titanic (VIDEO) 
Irish passport ranked among sixth most powerful in the world 
Remembering from afar - 9/11 memorials in Ireland 
Father Hesburgh of Notre Dame, a light in the dark for so many 
At the center of it all - interactive guide to the town of Athlone 
Unsung hero of Northern Ireland peace process Bob Dunfey passes 
Seamus Heaney’s powerful recall of home and tragedy three years on 
Notre Dame announce Kylemore Abbey will be a new Irish campus 
Thirty-two years of heinous crimes in 19th century Ireland go online 
The story of the Dublin Lockout on its 103rd anniversary 

Your treats await...
Chef Stuart's breakfast bacon, egg and cheese bake recipe  
Society Of Australian Genealogists subscribe to newsletter 

*Scotland's People site will be closed from Wed. 7th Sep. to Mon. 12th Sep.

Genie Tips from Patientgenie  no joining fee offer closed, but lots of information

Next Thursday, 8 September, will be a red-letter day for Irish genealogy. The General Register Office's historical birth, marriage and death registers will be launched online on that date, joining the GRO Index and a collection of church records on Further details will be released early next week. For now, this is all the information being made public. 


A fair view Jo Mitchell

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