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Irish Church Records: Their History, Availability and Use in Family and Local History Research Paperback – Illustrated, 1 May 2001
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Irish Church Records continues to be the best guide available on the subject. It should be in all Irish collections. --Family Genealogical Society Forum (US)
Flyleaf Press is to be congratulated on bringing a book of this quality to the genealogical market. --Colorado Genealogist
This is a book that Irish researchers have been wanting for a long time... a must for any serious Irish researcher. Easy to use and an excellent index.' --The Septs 14 (4)
About the Author
Dr. James Ryan is a researcher and author of several books on Irish Family history including Irish Records - Sources for Family & Local History; Tracing your Dublin Ancestors, and others. He has lectured extensively in Ireland and the USA on Irish genealogy.
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on 18 June 2014
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
The book was in excellent condition but the contents weren't as useful to me as I thought they would be. The book only reinforces the lack of records available for the early to mid 1800s for many parts of Ireland. This is not the fault of Amazon or the seller. The book was recommended to me by a 3rd party.