Thursday, 2 March 2017
Irish Roots magazine's Spring edition published
Among this quarter’s articles are advice pieces about using civil registration records, tracing Kilkenny ancestors, making sense of your DNA results, and cutting the cost of your online research. You can also find out about Irish weddings etiquette, learn about female convicts at Moreton Bay, Australia, 1826 - 1839, and try out seven unusual ways to trace your ancestors.
There’s also all the latest news about record releases and general developments that affect the industry, news from Irish family history societies, plus opinion and observations about genealogy, Q&A help, events and more. Both print and digital versions are available via the Irish Roots website.
There's also a free four-page sample available to download, to give you a feel for the value of subscribing to the magazine.
Posted by Claire Santry, Irish Genealogy News