This latest edition of Irish Lives Remembered offers a wide variety of articles for your reading list including: Tracing American Actor John Cusack's Irish Ancestors, and how it might help you, by Fiona Fitzsimons and Stephen Peirce; Knock Iveagh (County Down) and the Inauguration Stone of the Mac Aonghusa, by Eamonn 'Ned' Kelly; Ireland's Sporting Royal Family - the Casey family of Kerry, by Nathan Mannion; Past Irish Lives Hiding in your Attic, Save Them!, by Catherine McAuley; the O'Mahony Surname, by Paul Cotter; Balancing Potentials in Genetic Genealogy: the Good Vs the Harm , by Maurice Gleeson; the Enigma of Rebecca McArdle, my Great-Great-Grandmother, by Anne Shelley. As well as regular columns Photodetective Jayne Shrimpton, Dear Genie, Patrick's Page, Niall Cullen's Irish Records on Find My Past, and reviews.
Like Juliet I too am getting the message "This connection is not private" in Safari. I Firefox I get "Your connection is not secure". Also "irishfamilyhistorycentre.com uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is only valid for www.irishfamilyhistorycentre.com. Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN." Firefox offers an option to "Add exception". In Chrome I don't get any error messages but perhaps the check is not done or an option has been turned off in the browser. Perhaps you can sort this out guys. Thanks.
Likewise - and as browsers get up dated they seem to become more "vocal" in highlighting websites (like this one) which have not got their website security sorted out!
(Is it something to do with using a third party site - amazonaws.com for storage?)