Monthly Archives: July 2007

Genealogical Podcasting

Nowadays, it seems the latest way to talk on the web is by podcasting! I found the following website today. Audio Genealogy and thought I would share it. Is it useful? Do people listen?

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Fantastic Resource – Registry of Deeds

The Registry of Deeds was set up by the Registry of Deeds Act in 1707 as part of the Penal Laws. The Registry of Deeds holds continuous records from the 25th March 1708 to date and is a most useful … Continue reading

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Frustration in the National Archives

Often, after I have ordered copies of wills form the National Archives (Dublin), by mail, I have had to phone up to get any action to be taken (or not on occasion) in sending these to me. When I told … Continue reading

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