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This record is the register of 237 pupils (almost all boys) enrolled in a charity school founded in Cloyne, Co. Cork in 1726.  The records available are for most of the period…

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Fig 1: A still from the Virtual Treasury video tour of the Public Record Office. This shows the top floor of the PRO…

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Victims and Criminals 1821-1860

Irish family historians must resort to some strange sources for information.  Our new e-Book  is a good example.  It contains information on approximately 3,000 persons named in notices seeking information on perpetrators…

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As promised, below is a list of the websites I presented (plus others), and a short synopsis of their relevance. I have not detailed the major subscription sites.

Major Church Records

An Ancestor Network blog with…

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We have some good news for you. The moment you have been waiting for has finally arrived! The DNA Academy managed by our partners at is now open for registration. Registration will be…

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Wicklow Library Service Genealogy & Ancestor Network

County Wicklow Library Service and Ancestor Network are offering 5 free online Family History workshops. Everybody is welcome to join us.

Tickets (which are no cost) can be booked…

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Ancestor Network is proud to be a partner with Irish Central on the Irish Heritage Tree Program as it is aligned closely with our ethos and essence.

There are two primary reasons…

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A huge resource of family history information  is available in the journal articles,  books and manuscripts that have been written by genealogy enthusiasts and scholars over centuries. Flyleaf Press has just published…

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In June\July 2021, Ancestor Network, Ireland’s preeminent and most trusted Irish genealogy research, advisory and publishing business, ran a series of workshops on topics that you have told us you would like to know…

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Using Sports Archives as a Record Source

This piece of work was researched and written by expert Genealogist, Hilary McDonagh

When most people think of sports it is about playing, organising or supporting. But sports also generate records which can embellish the…

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