Friday, May 19, 2017



Walter Withers


treats first, just for a change...


'Heads of households' maps 1901 John Grenham

* Irish emigration to South Australia and Australia in general

Irish female emigration | trevo's Irish famine orphans

Ireland-Australia transportation database (Browse records) National Archives Ireland

Born Co. Tyrone - Buried Elsewhere | Official Website of the County Tyrone Ireland Mail List

Mapping the 1901 census – John Grenham – Irish Roots

A network of new Irish record-holding institutions – John Grenham – Irish Roots

Perth's Berndt Museum seeks proper home for collection stashed away in cardboard boxes - ABC News

Alexander Thom published the first Thom’s Irish Almanac and Official Directory in 1844. Over the next one hundred years, it grew to include a Dublin street directory, volumes listing the names, addresses, and occupations for residents of other towns and districts in the country, and a wide variety of happenings, institutions, businesses, and departments for Ireland and the UK, including the following:
  • County fairs and markets in Ireland
  • Parliamentarian directories
  • Civil service and law directories for Great Britain
  • Navy, army, and militia directories
  • Colonial directories
  • Universities, colleges, schools
  • Churches and ecclesiastical directories
  • County and borough directories
  • Postal directory
  • Peerages
Within the collection, you will be able to find names, places and dates of residence and often an occupation is given as well.

Ireland, Courts Martial Files, 1916-1922 

Ireland, Royal Irish Constabulary Pensions, 1873-1925

Ireland Information

Carngham  Anne's Family History

Hamilton Cemetery Trust News – Western District Families

Trove Tuesday – Frederick John Finn, a sad victim of Murphy’s Creek | Shauna Hicks History Enterprises

'Jonas’ and the Whale | The Dusty Box

A View to Die For ‹ The Irish Aesthete 

India and UAE April 2017 ‹ Travelling Bennetts (jacquib- a new blogger)

from our regular mentions...

Marriage Superstitions  Outback Family History

Red Cross cards and Vatican Archives WWII  cassmob

 from my blogs...

Addition to Irish Graves…. (New South Wales)

Unusual and Interesting  scroll through Just Because 

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