Easter edition of Irish Lives Remembered.

Military Officer Holding Up A Civilian in Dublin

The Easter 2016 edition of Irish Lives Remembered is a bumper issue to commemorate the 1916 centenary.

In this issue, Fiona Fitzsimons talks to broadcaster and historian Joe Duffy, whose recent book explores the short lives and violent deaths of the children of 1916.

And in his own column, Joe himself explains how he found the motivation to write what has become Ireland’s best-selling work of history on 1916 this year!

Eneclann genealogists Helen Moss and Fiona Fitzsimons did the research on the recent BBC/RTE documentary, Brendan O’Carroll’s Family at War.

Brian Donovan explains how to trace what your ancestors were up to in Easter week.

In a new series, Paul MacCotter traces the great surnames of Ireland, starting with O’Sullivan.

We hope you will find tales and examples to inspire you as you research your own family history.

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Irish Lives Remembered issue 33 Easter 2016

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