Irish Family History Centre
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Last Update: Saturday, September 26, 2020
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Trace your family ancestry and learn the story of your families history and past. Let us help you bring your family story to life.
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The Irish Family History Centre's research service is aimed at people who would like to get one of our experts to research their Irish ancestry for them. You can also ask our experts questions that may help you get past any brick walls with your own research.
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The 1939 Register - Irish Family History Centre
Identity cards were essential from then up until 1952 (when they ceased). Every person had to present their card upon request by an official. Reasons were numerous – it was essential to know who everyone was, of course, and to track them as they moved house etc, as well as keep track of the population as babies were born and people passed away.
Stoking Bram's imagination - stories from Irish history
Stoking Bram's imagination - stories from Irish history Bram Stoker was a sickly child, he saw more of his mother than any of his other siblings. She liked to entertain him with stories drawn from her early life in Sligo and Donegal, and from her own family history of the Blakes and O’Donnells.
Personal objects - historical artefacts
Evidence can come in many formats – documents, receipts from a wedding breakfast or funeral wake, letters post-cards and telegrams, old photos and cine-camera footage, newspaper cuttings, and artefacts – the simple mementoes we keep to remind us of key life events.
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Sometimes artefacts were created in death: - memorial cards, jewellery or even more unusual items. Death was one of the busiest times in life, and many of the customs / traditions that developed around it, generated a document or artefact, which may survive to the present day.
Putting the ‘Family’ into Irish Family History Centre
We’ll be running another Christmas-themed ‘Mix and Make’ workshop to make salt-dough tree decorations, but instead of spooky family trees, children will be making pop-up Christmas family tree cards. Click Here to Book
The life and times of Mary Pauline Russell Cruise
The life and times of Mary Pauline Russell Cruise On 20 th September 1858 in the RC Cathedral in Detroit, Mary Pauline, youngest daughter of the late Patrick Russell Cruise, married Dillon Henry Mapother, of Louisville Kentucky.
Christmas customs/First forays in genealogy.
Christmas customs/First forays in genealogy. The sending of greeting cards at Christmas was, in my family, the preserve of my mother. Everyone was shoo -ed out of the way, television and radio switched off, dining table cleared of all clutter and then a frantic search for The Address Book.
Heritage Week Events with Fiona Fitzsimons
Sometimes artefacts were created in death: - memorial cards, jewellery or even more unusual items. Death was one of the busiest times in life, and many of the customs / traditions that developed around it, generated a document. In this workshop, we use case-studies to examine the evidence that survives in death.
Library - The Irish Tourist Association, Ireland, 1931/32
The Irish Tourist Association, Ireland, 1931/32 ... What is inside? Published in 1931/32 and republished here on fully-searchable CD-Rom is "Ireland", the official publication of the Irish Tourist Association and is one of the earliest efforts by the Irish State to actively promote Ireland as a tourist destination.
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