Handran, George B. Research Papers Series A, Nos. Lewis, Samuel. A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland. A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland.
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Ordnance Survey Maps of Ireland. Scale 6 inches to 1 statute mile. Besides the relevant microfilmed lists, check the published sources named here, most of which do supply the place of origin. Elliott, Bruce S. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, Ellis, Eilish. Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index. Detroit: Gale Research Inc. Glazier, Ira A. Harris, Ruth-Ann M. McDonnell, Frances. Emigrants from Ireland to America, Cooke Line and the McCorkell Line. Schlegel, Donald M. All-Ireland Heritage. These are listed in the microtext catalog under Ireland.
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Meehan, Linda K. The Irish Census Index. Fort McMurray, Alta. Pender, Seamus, ed. Reilly, James R. Richard Griffith and His Valuations of Ireland. Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Company, Dublin: Alexander Thorm, Casey, Albert Eugene. Clarke, Richard S. Gravestone Inscriptions, County Antrim. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, Gravestone Inscriptions, County Down.
Gravestone Inscriptions, Belfast. Farrar, Henry. Reprint 2 vols. Folliott, Rosemary. Dublin: The Author, Fethard, Co. Tipperary: The Author. International Genealogical Index. Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead.
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Dublin: The Association, Irish Genealogical Abstracts from the Londonderry Journal, Your record keeping must also be honest - there are always skeletons in the cupboard to a greater or lesser degree - do not ignore them. Determine fact from fiction - not all the information will be accurate. It will not always be an easy passage and you are bound to encounter blocks and obstacles along the way.
The only way to deal with these obstacles is come back to the process over and over again to analyze your next move. For background information about the people and places you'll be researching, check the books in your local library, and maybe buy one or two of those that seem most useful.
If you find useful information in any books, make sure you keep enough reference material to enable you to walk back into the same place at a later date, locate the book and find the reference again.
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Take care with your data from the outset - it will be a big help as you progress. Begin to build up a contacts list to help you make your first chart. Develop a plan.
Think about which lines to follow. You have two parents, four grandparents, eight great-grandparents, and so on.
You can look through records of different religions and churches as well as registers for graveyards. If one member of your family left a will in the past, it may outline other members of the family and their relation to them. Pinpoint the exact time your family left Ireland with these useful resources on Irish emigration. So you know what date your family left Ireland and you know where in the US they are all currently living, but what happened in the interim? Trace the journey of your Irish family in America to the present day with this list of resources on Irish Americans.
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