News from Ireland

Thank you - we have 10,000 Ancestors on the XO Chronicles!

When: Friday, 5 June, 2020

The Ireland XO Chronicles bring to life the heritage of a community by documenting the people, the buildings and the events that existed at any time in the history of the parish. As part of this custom-built platform, IrelandXO has dedicated an individual space for chronicling ev

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Buildings & Places Masterclass

When: Tuesday, 26 May, 2020

Whether you are new to researching an Irish place of origin, want to share local history with your parish diaspora, or planning a visit to the parish where all who came before them walked... 

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Irish Buildings and Places Masterclass

Children's Family Tree Resource

When: Thursday, 23 April, 2020

Filling in your family tree is a bit like solving a big puzzle – and each puzzle is different for every family! You will have to do some detective work, so remember to take notes and keep your eyes and ears open for clues that well help you discover the names that you are looking for.

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Children's Family Tree Resource

Stay connected with your Irish place of origin

When: Thursday, 2 April, 2020

Our Chronicles are designed to connect people descended from the same place in Ireland by enabling them to share information about their ancestors, the buildings they lived in and the events that shaped their lives. Stay connected with your Irish county or civil parish diaspora by:

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Stay connected with your Irish place of origin

New County Kerry Records Online

When: Thursday, 19 March, 2020

New Kerry Records by Brendan Scott Roots Ireland are delighted to announce the addition of 220,000 Roman Catholic baptismal and marriage records from County Kerry to the Roots Ireland database at www.rootsireland.ie/kerry.

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IrelandXO Insight - Your County just before the Famine

When: Sunday, 1 March, 2020

First published in 1837, Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of Ireland is one of the most valuable and unique sources of local history in Ireland.  The equivalent of a tourist's "Lonely Planet Guide" in its day, this dictionary came in two volumes, with an accompanying atlas.

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