From Flyleaf Press (http://ift.tt/2vuUGd3):
Flyleaf Press has published a completely updated Edition of Tracing your Dublin Ancestors, a guide to all of the records available for tracing families in Dublin city and county, and how to find them and use them to trace your ancestry. The title is available from Flyleaf or (to bookshops and giftshops) through Argosy Books. www.argosybooks.ie. We also have similar guides for 10 other counties.
Tracing your Dublin Ancestors – Fourth Edition
by James G Ryan and Brian Smith
Soft-cover; 230 x 143 mm
Tracing your Dublin Ancestors is filled with information on what the records contain, and where they can be accessed. It is well illustrated with useful maps; with examples of the types of records to be found; and with relevant background material. It also sketches the social history of the county and how this history has affected the keeping and survival of records. There is also a comprehensive index.
This is the latest in a series of county guides published by Flyleaf Press. These include guides for Kildare, Limerick, Sligo, Galway, Cork, Clare, Westmeath, Kerry, Limerick, Roscommon, Mayo and Donegal. Reviews of previous editions have said: ‘Well-written, concise and easy to follow. It lists the records available for Dublin city and county, including individual church records…. A most valuable contribution to Irish genealogy’ Irish Family Links; and ‘…An impressive amount of information intelligently presented’ NY Genealogical & Biographical Record.
(With thanks to Jim Ryan – a review copy is being sent to me, so I hope to blog further about this in a few weeks time when I return from Australia!)
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