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New records O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees

Published in 1915, these are two Volumes of genealogy for Irish families. The large quantity of information collected was divided into separate Volumes covering the twelfth to the end of the sixteenth century.

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Ireland 1931 Trade Directory

This handy census substitute allows you to explore towns and Counties for the names of large companies, banks, tradesmen and small local businesses. Directories are an excellent resource for discovering your ancestor's address and occupation.

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Britain, Gestapo Invasion Arrest List 1940

After the fall of France in May 1940, the German Gestapo prepared for the invasion of Britain by compiling an arrest list of more than 2,300 names. The list includes most major figures in the British political establishment, prominent cultural figures and European refugees.

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Scotland Monumental Inscriptions

Over 30,000 records covering Abernethy, Greyfriars, Kilmore, Urray, Clachan, and more have been added to this collection. Monumental inscriptions are an excellent resource for family historians because many record the names of other relatives such as spouses, children or parents, as well as their birth and death dates.

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Ireland, Gravestone Records

Covering all 32 Counties, this collection of more than 57,000 records may reveal the cemetery where your relative was buried. With each result, you will find a transcript with a combination of your ancestor's age, birth year, death date, occupation and burial location.

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Did your ancestors make headlines?
Historical newspapers hot off the press this week:

Newspapers Talking Machine News, covering the years 1903 to 1908.
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Drogheda Independent 1951-1955, 1960-1980, 1984-1985, 1996-1998
Belfast Telegraph 1946, 1948, 1952-1962
Western Mail 1924-1926, 1948-1951, 1953-1958
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Everything you need to know about Irish family history records
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From the archives

Search for your Irish ancestors in the largest collection of Irish Roman Catholic sacramental registers available online. Spanning 200 years from 1671-1900, our collection contains over 40 million names from over 1,000 parishes and covers most of the island of Ireland.

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Facts Facts & Finds

The Gestapo arrest list was prepared by the Reich Main Security Office under Reinhard Heydrich. Later, SS-Oberführer Walter Schellenberg claimed in his memoirs that he had compiled the list, starting at the end of June 1940. It contained 2,820 names of people who were to be immediately arrested by SS Einsatzgruppen upon the invasion, occupation, and annexation of Great Britain to the Third Reich.

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