Irish ancestry

Who were the Scots-Irish talk

RootsTech 2024 – Scots-Irish Talk

At RootsTech 2024, Natalie will deliver ‘Who were the Scots-Irish?’ This will be an in-person talk and the schedule for all talks has been published – you can register and view it here: https://rootstech-slc.familysearch.org/hub/events/937e1fd3-643a-4e3f-9550-e698c82776ea There are many talks that are available online for those unable to make it to Salt Lake City and best of […]

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Irish Registry of Deeds Talk

RootsTech 2024 -Irish Registry of Deeds Talk

For RootsTech 2024, Natalie will be delivering a talk entitled ‘Unearthing the Treasures in the Irish Registry of Deeds. This talk will be delivered online and best of all, registration and attendance for the online event is free. The video gives a brief overview of the content of the talk. There is a link in

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PRONI in the shadow of Harland & Wolff cranes

Preparing for a visit to the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

About PRONI The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is located in the Titanic Quarter of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland in a purpose-built archive.  It is overlooked by Samson and Goliath, the two iconic, yellow-painted gantry cranes of the Harland and Wolff shipyard where the doomed Titanic was built. Following the partition of

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Cover of Tracing your family history using Irish newspapers and other printed sources by Natalie Bodle

Irish Genealogy research guide to be published

The final proof of my forthcoming book has gone to the publishers and the jacket design has been finalised. The book entitled Tracing your family history using Irish newspapers and other printed materials is due to be published by Pen and Sword in February 2024. The book describes where Irish newspapers may be found in

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Genealogy Course -Friends of Glenariffe

Latest Genealogy Evening Course completed

And that’s a wrap! Tuesday night concluded the 10-week Genealogy Evening Course that I delivered for the Friends of Glenariffe via Zoom (Sep – Nov 2021). It is always a pleasure to meet people who are interested in researching their family history, to see the progress they make through the course and to hear the

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