Chicago Genealogical Society: Irish Genealogical Records

Breaking Down a Brick Wall: How I Found the Marriage Record of My Irish Great-Great-Grandparents

When: Saturday, March 3, 1:30 pm
Where: Chicago Genealogical Society, Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton St., Chicago
Who: Nancy R. Thomas
More information: Chicago Genealogical Society

Learn about Nancy’s genealogy journey using Irish land valuation records, ordnance survey maps, the Newberry Library Collection, the Irish Family History Foundation, and several other genealogy search tools.  Nancy is a retired Professor/Reference Librarian at the College of DuPage who has een searching for her ancestors and her husband’s for over 30 years.

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looking for my ancestors from Balleyknock and Balleygub, county Kilkenny Ireland
The Newberry has research guides on a wide variety of topics. Perhaps the Irish Genealogy Guide will have some resources to help you get started. You can see this guide and others on our website at: http://www.newberry.org/genealogy-collection-guides-and-research-tools
I'm looking for my roots in Ireland. My great-grandfather is John Brawders (may have been Broadwick - not sure of spelling) left Wexford County in Leinster Provence in 1832. He settled in the Sheyenne, North Dakota area. I wonder if there is any family left in Ireland, or family cemetery there.
The website, IrishGenealogy.ie has just been relaunched by Ireland's Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. It includes new search functionality and a wealth of information on doing Irish research. The information on this site might provide a good starting point for your research.

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