Journals – useful in Genealogical Research

Local or regional journals often provide vital information that has been compiled by an author who was very familiar with an area, surname or other local activities. Some of these historical/archaeological publications were written by people who were experts in their time and they may have had access to information which is no longer extant. Some of the journals were started in the 1800s and continue to today. I found the following Irish Historical Journals . Well done to the person who compiled this useful list. It includes information about the journals and often gives a list of the contents for a range of years. Libraries often carry some or all of the journals produced by a particular society. The two sets of journals I am most familiar with are the Irish Genealogist and the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Journal.

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