Monthly Archives: September 2012

Family Tree DNA moves to shorthand SNP nomenclature

Family Tree DNA posted the following message on the y-haplotree webpages of customers: Long time customers of Family Tree DNA have seen the YCC-tree of Homo Sapiens evolve over the past several years as new SNPs have been discovered. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Cork News gives publicity to Campaign to get Cork Church records online

I would like to thank The Cork News and Maria Tracey for publishing an article, which discusses the situation regarding the lack of online records for the Deanery of Cork and the Parish of St. Mary & St. Anne (aka … Continue reading

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Discussions ongoing with regard to Uploading Cork Catholic Church records to web

The Cork Diocesan Office (Catholic) responded (14th Aug. 2012) to a recent request to upload the digitized Catholic records for the Deanery of Cork to the free irishgenealogy.ie website. The reply from the Diocesan Office included the sentence: “For some … Continue reading

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