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Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Nov/Dec issue of Irish Lives Remembered published

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The last 2014 edition of the free bi-monthly magazine Irish Lives Remembered has been published and can be viewed or downloaded by clicking the front cover image, right.

This issue's highlighted area of research is Fermanagh in Northern Ireland with features covering the history, attractions and record sources of the county as well as details of the free genealogy service available in Enniskillen and the activities of the local North of Ireland Family History Society.

Irish connections to Conneticut are explored in two articles, the first spotlighting the best resources in the state, the other telling the story of The Irish Regiment – the 9th Connecticut Volunteers through the experiences of two Ireland-born soldiers.

Princess Charlene of Monaco and Seattle's mayor, Ed Murray, are the subjects of two family history features, and there's a very useful feature about emigration to Australia from NorthWest Ireland 1830–1850.