Description : This book will help those who are searching for ancestors in Ireland. David R.Elliott gives practical advice on preparing for your trip with tips on travel, driving, accommodation, and meals. An annotated bibliography and a review of important websites round out this illustrated guide.
Description : Discover your roots! Everything you need to start your Irish ancestry is in this book. You'll learn how to investigate the various generation of your family, the events that shaped their lives, the details about how they lived, and the story of their emigration. Inside you'll find: Guidelines for determining an Irish ancestor's place of origin Advice for accessing Irish cemetery, land, church, estate, census, and military records Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths as well as emigration lists Sources and strategies for researching Irish ancestors that settled in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales, and the Caribbean Plus answers to common questions: How far back in time can you expect to trace your family; and how does Protestant Irish research differ from Catholic Irish research?
Description : These invaluable guides include church records, civil and land records, censuses, newspapers, commercial directories, school records and others, where they can be accessed, and how they can be used to best effect.
Description : Americans interested in finding out about their personal heritages are shown that family-tree tracing can be done simply and inexpensively using such sources as public records, ship manifestos, and foreign registries
Description : The purpose of this book is to highlight the most important documentary evidence available to the family historian wishing to research their Irish ancestry. It is aimed primarily at researchers whose time in Irish repositories is limited, and who want to know what is available locally and online. It covers more than eighteen individual sources of information, making it simpler to organise your search and easier to carry it out both locally and on the ground. Contents: 1. Where to Begin; 2. Administrative Divisions; 3. Civil Registration; 4. Census Returns and Old Age Pension Claims; 5. Census Substitutes; 6. Wills and Testamentary Records; 7. Election Records; 8. Board of Guardian Records; 9. School Records; 10. Migration; 11. Emigration; 12. Landed Estate Records; 13. Taxation and Valuation Records; 14. Church Records; 15. Military Records; 16. Printed Records; 17. Law & Order; 18. Local Government; 19. Researching Online.