DearREADERS,We are particularly fortunate to have Audrey Collins from The National Archives (UK) participating each Tuesday evening on her own time. So Ol’ Myrt here wrote via the TNA website under the category “compliments”:”Please see that this gets to your employee Audrey Collins’ permanent file. For the past six weeks she has participated in our…
St. Patrick’s Day may have come and gone, but these resources are useful any day of the year. From The Armchair Genealogist . . .
Here’s my most up to date list in no particular order. Some of these are databases that will require a membership or pay per view while others are free to search. There are many wonderful websites that offer many resources and articles to help the family historian researching their Irish Ancestors; this is in no way an exclusive list. However, this list focuses mainly on those sites that offer online records.
Some 282 British and Irish newspaper titles have now been made available since the site’s launch in November 2011, though it’s not possible to tell how complete the years ranges are yet for the titles available, with gaps still to be found within many. It’s worth knowing that the site only states what the intended range will be once all the content for each title has been uploaded. Nevertheless, this is a major milestone, and DC Thomson is now almost a quarter of the way through the project, which aims to have forty million pages of British Library newspaper content online once complete.