Thursday 3 March 2022

Spring edition of Irish Roots magazine has been published

The spring edition of Ireland's independent quarterly genealogy magazine, Irish Roots, has been published and is now available to purchase in both paper and digital format.

As always, the new issue is full of helpful and interesting family history features, including how-to guides, research assistance, guides to resources, comment and observations from professional genealogists and experts, analysis of historical events our ancestors lived through, and news of record releases and other developments in the world of Irish genealogy.

The spring line-up is as follows:

  • St Brigid heralds the Spring, Hope and Healing
  • Resources for tracing Co. Antrim ancestors 
  • How to discover past occupiers of a house.
  • Children's fashion in nineteenth-century Ireland.
  • Should commercial DNA evidence be admissible in court?
  • How to research Irish nurse ancestors in Britain.
  • Australian Irish Connections - Stories from past statistics.
  • And Another Thing - Genealogical commentary from Steven Smyrl.
  • What's New? Review — The latest Irish genealogy record releases.
  • Your genealogy queries answered by Nicola Morris MAGI

Regular columns and features include Letters to the Editor; Book selections; Reader’s genealogical experiences shared; and News from family history societies.

The magazine is a great read and is guaranteed to extend your understanding of Ireland, her folklore and history, the diaspora, and the wide range of resources available to help you progress your genealogical research.

Paper and digital subscriptions are available, and you can download a free sample of this edition's content here.