Okay enough of the frivolous business of Paris and Provence – back to some hard core family history. Over the past few weeks I’ve been studying the coursework from another Pharos course, this one on One Place Studies (OPS). I was so tempted to focus on one of my easy ancestral places in England or … More One Place Study -Broadford, Co Clare, Ireland
I am participating in the A to Z 2012 blog challenge throughout April. My theme is a genealogical travelogue or a travel genealogue (I’m not sure which) and today’s post explores interludes in Ireland, Inishail, and Ipswich (Qld, Australia). I is for Ireland As soon as I arrived in Dublin in the late 1980s there … More I investigates Ireland, Inishail, and Ipswich (Qld)
I am participating in the A to Z 2012 blog challenge throughout April. My theme is a genealogical travelogue or a travel genealogue (I’m not sure which). C is for Clare, Cairndow, Coleford and Charters Towers It looks like C has been a busy letter of the alphabet in our family, and that’s without going into … More C is a very busy letter…
Shelley from http://twigsofyore.blogspot.com/ has invited us to submit an Australia Day post on our blogs. She suggests that we “Find the earliest piece of documentation you have about an ancestor in Australia. If you don’t have an Australian ancestor, then choose the earliest piece of documentation you have for a relative in Australia” On Wednesday … More Australia Day 2011 meme: the importance of church records and archives to my early documents.
Irish family history research and County Clare … More Irish Ancestry and County Clare research