Irish Lives Remembered Issue 52 Spring 2021

Irish Lives Remembered

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Welcome to the latest pandemic produced issue of Irish Lives Remembered. We have another packed edition for you featuring: Fiona Fitzsimons and Helen Moss - President Joseph Biden's Irish Roots. Part 2: The Scanlon Family, Eamonn P. (Ned) Kelly – The Winter Bower of the Sun God and his Consort, Brigit McCone – The Rebellion of Dervorgilla, Queen of Tyrconnell, Deirdre Powell – The Increase in Appreciation of Irish Composer Ina Boyle (1889–1967), Jacqueline Gallup – Dúchas: An Invaluable Resource for Folklore and for Family Historians. Part I: Folklore and the Connection to Family History. Part II: An Interview with Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh, Director of the National Folklore Collection, Nathan Mannion – David Herbison: The Poet Laureate of Ballymena (County Antrim) and Paul MacCotter – The Barretts of County Cork. Part One: The Early History. There are also the regular columns of Dear Genie featuring a Kerry Conundrum: Where is "Serahan"? and linking Donegal Pearsons using DNA. As well as Photodetective Jayne Shrimpton – A Painted Daguerreotype Helps Tell A Lady’s Age, new Records on Findmypast – Spring 2021 [Niall Cullen on the latest collection of Irish records in Findmypast] and Patrick's Page - – The Search for Catherine (Kate) Collins from Knockfadda (County Wicklow): What Happened Next [Peter Gibby and Antoine Ó Coileáin]. Book Review - A Review of Fashion and Family History: Interpreting How Your Ancestors Dressed [Patrick Roycroft reviews the latest book by Jayne Shrimpton] Book Excerpt – Fashion and Family History: Interpreting How Your Ancestors Dressed (2021, Pen and Sword Family History) by Jayne Shrimpton. The Genealogical Publishing Company Book Excerpt – Clan Callaghan: The O Callaghan Family of County Cork (2020 revised edition) by Professor Joseph P. O Callaghan


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