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Save 20 Percent on IRISH BOOKS during the St. Patrick’s Day Sale at Genealogical Publishing Company!

Save 20 Percent on IRISH BOOKS at Genealogical Publishing Company!

Save 20 Percent on IRISH BOOKS: We are marking this festive occasion by discounting our best-selling Irish and Irish-American books by 20% for the next four days.

Any one of the 17 terrific reference works could help you nail down your Irish forebears–titles like Brian Mitchell’s A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland, the hardcover 5th edition of John Grenham’s incomparable Tracing Your Irish Ancestors, Margaret Falley’s monumental bibliography Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research, or Brian Mitchell’s New Pocket Guide to Irish Genealogy.

Click the button below and see if you don’t agree that our Irish guidebooks are second to none in their field. Remember, sale prices expire at 11:59 PM EDT, Monday, March 18th!

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Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City is divided into eleven chapters. Chapters One through Three introduce the record groups in New York City. Fundamental sources such as census and vital records are covered, along with underutilized record sets that can be of particular use when tracing Irish ancestors. Chapters Four through Six delve deeper into researching the Irish in New York City. There is a focus on research strategies that can be utilized when researchers encounter those genealogical brick walls. Irish people from particular counties often lived in certain parts of the city, and this is outlined in detail. Following this, twenty-one different record sets and publications are explained in detail, as they give the place of origin in Ireland for over 160,000 nineteenth-century immigrants and many hundreds of thousands more in the twentieth century. The next three chapters focus on the Roman Catholic Church. An historical analysis outlines how and why the church is so important for Irish genealogical research. Chapter Eight, in particular, contains the most detailed listing to date of every Catholic parish that has ever existed in each of the five boroughs. All important start dates for parish registers are also included. The subsequent chapter on cemeteries lists every known Catholic, public, and non-denominational cemetery that has existed in the city. The concluding two chapters compile comprehensive lists of journal articles, web sites, and other publications that will aid the researcher and provide a wider understanding of the lives of the Irish in New York City.

  • Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City: “Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City is divided into eleven chapters. Chapters One through Three introduce the record groups in New York City. Fundamental sources such as census and vital records are covered, along with underutilized record sets that can be of particular use when tracing Irish ancestors. Chapters Four through Six delve deeper into researching the Irish in New York City. There is a focus on research strategies that can be utilized when researchers encounter those genealogical brick walls. Irish people from particular counties often lived in certain parts of the city, and this is outlined in detail. Following this, twenty-one different record sets and publications are explained in detail, as they give the place of origin in Ireland for over 160,000 nineteenth-century immigrants and many hundreds of thousands more in the twentieth century. The next three chapters focus on the Roman Catholic Church. An historical analysis outlines how and why the church is so important for Irish genealogical research. Chapter Eight, in particular, contains the most detailed listing to date of every Catholic parish that has ever existed in each of the five boroughs. All important start dates for parish registers are also included. The subsequent chapter on cemeteries lists every known Catholic, public, and non-denominational cemetery that has existed in the city. The concluding two chapters compile comprehensive lists of journal articles, web sites, and other publications that will aid the researcher and provide a wider understanding of the lives of the Irish in New York City.” VIEW DETAILS

Since its publication in 1986, A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland has established itself as a key resource in Irish genealogical research. Now, with the addition of maps detailing the location of Roman Catholic parishes in all thirty-two counties of Ireland and Presbyterian congregations in the nine counties of Northern Ireland, this edition moves the book to the forefront of Irish genealogical research. Also, for the first time ever, this one volume contains a complete geographical picture of the three major religious denominations in Ireland during the middle years of the 19th century.

  • A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland: “Since its publication in 1986, A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland has established itself as a key resource in Irish genealogical research. Now, with the addition of maps detailing the location of Roman Catholic parishes in all thirty-two counties of Ireland and Presbyterian congregations in the nine counties of Northern Ireland, this edition moves the book to the forefront of Irish genealogical research. Also, for the first time ever, this one volume contains a complete geographical picture of the three major religious denominations in Ireland during the middle years of the 19th century.” VIEW DETAILS

racing Your Irish Ancestors is the definitive Irish genealogy book. In this fully updated, hardback edition by leading genealogist John Grenham, discover how to trace your Irish ancestry.

  • Tracing Your Irish Ancestors. 5th Edition: “Tracing Your Irish Ancestors is the definitive Irish genealogy book. In this fully updated, hardback edition by leading genealogist John Grenham, discover how to trace your Irish ancestry.”  VIEW DETAILS

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