The Autumn 2019 edition of Irish Lives Remembered is here! Jam packed full of amazing pieces by amazing people. Featuring Steve Coogan’s Maternal Great-Great-Grandparents: Their Fight for Tenant Rights in Nineteenth Century Mayo by Fiona Fitzsimons; The Solar Boat at Knowth (County Meath) by Eamonn 'Ned' Kelly; Finding Your Birth Family through DNA can be an Emotional Rollercoaster by Maurice Gleeson; The Barry Surname by Paul MacCotter; Ricardo Wall y Devereux: The Power behind the Throne by Nathan Mannion; Money, Mountain Dew, and Murder: Illicit Poitín Distillation in Ireland During the 1920s. A Four-Part Series. PART 3. “The Gharda would be unworthy of any confidence if they failed to make use of every method to rid Ireland of this curse” by Stephen Peirce; When does a Genealogist become a ‘Professional’ Genealogist? by Penny Walters and England’s ‘Cheddar Man’ Revealed by DNA. Relevant to the Ancient Irish? by Hannah O'Sullivan. As well as regular Dear Genie columns; Photodetective Jayne Shrimpton on The Ruxtons from County Offaly, Niall Cullen on the latest releases of Irish records on Find My Past; Patrick's Page and Letters to the Editor as well as an excerpt and synopsis of Rory Sweetman's new book - Defending Trinity College Dublin, 1916, Anzacs and the Rising. Published by Four Courts Press.
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