Friday, March 23, 2018




J. Miller MARSHALL (22 November 1858 - 12-Jun-1935)                                                                               
Dead in Minehead, England.  PUBLIC DOMAIN.


The Genealogy Radio Show – Episode 5 Series 2: Sean J Murphy

How to trace your Irish family history: a step-by-step guide  FREE DOWNLOAD

Connect with your ancestors through food blog

Great Famine's impact illustrated by interactive map   Irish Times

Great stories abound at Shreve Memorial Library      Shreveport Times

16 March, 2018 Italy  Wunderlusttwins

ABC News: 'A section dedicated to bridal wear': How Greek migrants found love at the movies   

Readin' o' the green: Library sees circulation surge in Ireland titles  Traverse City Record Eagle

The Best Irish Beers, According To The Masses  UPROXX

Atlas Obscura 1

Forest Laboratory             Very Rare Bridge               Seal Preserve        Old Book Smell

The Long Linguistic History of ‘Dagnabbit’     Mighty Terrain         

Find My Past

Irish Tontines Annuitants 1766-1789

Ireland, American Fenian Brotherhood 1864-1897

Church of Ireland Histories & Reference Guides

Armagh Records & Registers

Antrim Histories & Reference Guide

Dublin Registers & Records

Ireland, Royal Irish Constabulary History & Directories

Anglo-Celtic Connections

Two additions to GGI Belfast 2018 on YouTube

FreeBMD March Update

The Irish in Upper Canada, 1819-1840

St Patrick's Day 1838

Ireland population and migration

Irish Origins on YouTube

Canadian Centre for the Great War

UTAS Offers Online Convict Ancestors Course University of Tasmania

'21st Biennale of Sydney'  Dictionary of Sydney

Family History Daily

Why You Should Start Using Pinterest for Genealogy Right Now (and How to Do It)

New Free Family Tree Offers Record Hints, Powerful Tools and a Modern Design

Outback Family History

Deaths Registered in the Yilgarn 1894-1895

The Lake Eva Oil Hoax-

Family keeps Irish heritage alive  The Herald Bulletin 

Six tips: Genealogy research basics help you dig into your roots  The Spokesman-Review

Atlas-Obscura 2

Home Away From Home                  Otherworldly Images

Uncover NYC's Secrets                     Land of Fairy Tales

Detained Memories                           Sledges of Clovelly

Small Staircases                                Journey to England

Building Violins                                Exploding Teacakes

A Gem in the collection – Royal Irish Constabulary  Queensland State Archives

Find My Past

Search Irish Newspapers      Interpreting old newspapers

The National Archives UK

> Discover our First World War 100 portal

> Search British Army nurses' service records* 1914-1918

> Search our First World War blogs

Wonderland   German Wonderland in Hamburg

Irish surnames as historical evidence – John Grenham – Irish Roots

The Legend of Sadhbh     Stair na hÉireann

Looking for Irish ancestors on Ancestry? We have 2 suggestions (they work for other nationalities, too).

Irish Collections               Immigration & Travel

one of the last places on Earth reached by humans

Esperance Family History Society making moves

New “Two Brothers” book offers great example of family history writing

Fettuccine is part of Houma family's history

Still 'Hehir' today even after 125 years: family celebrates remarkable history | Photos The Irrigator

Wodonga Family History Society branches out  The Border Mail

Fast Forward to the Past - Family history     Yorkton this week

Haqqani: Family history plays a role in heart health    Midland Daily News

Keeping local history alive Collie Mail

Foster Children Search For A New Family History At HistoryMiami South Florida Carribean News


Albert Cashier - the Irish transgender hero of the American Civil War 

St. Patrick’s Breastplate - the poem of Ireland’s greatest saint  

St. Patrick’s Day parade Dublin 2018 live on IrishCentral 

Stunning images reveal "the dark underbelly of rural Irish life" 

"Minstrel Boy" is the most-performed song in the world on St. Patrick’s Day

Irish American astronaut twins Mark and Scott Kelly no longer identical after one year space experiment 

80 years after being abandoned under a blackberry bush she finds her parents  

Our surprising adventures chasing Irish American ancestors in Ireland 

Montserrat is the other Emerald Isle on St. Patrick’s Day 

Massacre of the St. Patrick's Day shamrocks at the White House 

 Baseball legend Jim Palmer discovers he was adopted from Irish parents 

Wreckage of famous WWII ship that killed all five Sullivan brothers discovered on St. Patrick’s Day 

Irish photographer shortlisted for 2017 world’s top photo award 

Researching the mystery of my dearly departed father in Ireland 


Lucky...  Bluestone Genealogy

Paddy Vaughan, a local legend.  The Silver Voice

Proud of my Irish roots  cassmob

Scandalized Women in the Writings of St. Patrick  vox hiberionacum

Week 8 – Heirloom – Digging Up Roots  Samantha Starr

Earl Grey’s Irish Famine Orphans (58): a few more little breaths | trevo's Irish famine orphans

Where do Grace and Anne fit in?  Clogs and Clippers

Having fun at Congress 2018  cassmob

and from my blogs...

That Moment in Time

Resilient Moriori, Arsonist Birds, 4 wives, 2 mistresses & double agent, Italian POWs, prisoner photos, WW!-lime firms, Irish - civil birth registers plus much more, more Missing Friends, Sydney Congress 2018 reports, lots more Irish grave photos, stepping into history- Inisheer, Nat. Archives Australia, Find My Past___New York + Chicago +Baltimore BDMS added, British Army & militia 1760-1915, Norfolk Is. deaths Oct 1796-Jun 1800, Garfield assassination altered history, murderous outrage, apply for Fellowships, Dillon Surname, 

Earlier post revisited…

Happy St. Patrick’s Day..
Emigration from Ireland, thoughts from my great uncle Martin Dillon of Cloontabonniv, Co Clare 1988
He was one of my grandmother’s brothers. Though we never met, we corresponded for many years, more so after my mother died. 

Headlines of Old

Court, Convicts, Convictions And Chatter,Trove Tuesday, 20th March 2018, Bigamists, murders, DUNDAS, Moxworthy, Shannan, Ikin, Larry Cronan, Quin, Kelly, McClare, Gordon, Campbell & many more, Dundee-ship.

As They Were

Additions to 
Missing Friends.. newspaper notices searching for lost friends and family. Some even give last address and descriptions.

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