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Kerry Church Records ‘missing'(2)

Kerry Church Records ‘missing'(2)

Following on my post last week on Kerry Church Records ‘missing’,     I got a number of very interesting and helpful comments.  In case you have not seen them I am re-publishing two of them over the next couple of weeks.  To-day you will see Jim Ryan’s  comments on another aspect of what’s ‘missing’ […]

Kerry Church Records ‘missing’

Kerry Church Records ‘missing’

My blog on Kerry Births and Marriage Records is the blog most clicked on over the years.  One of the biggest frustrations that my readers report is the ‘brick wall’ one hits when you just cannot find any details of a baptism or marriage of your ancestor.   He/she just appears to not exist at all.  […]

Kerry Births Marriages & Deaths

Kerry Births Marriages & Deaths

Researching Kerry Births, Marriages and Deaths can be problematic. The most frustrating queries I get both personally on MyKerryAncestors.com and at my work on the Genealogy Advisory Service at the National Library are the sincere and sometimes emotion-laden requests to trace ancestors with little or no information on dates or even locations.  To find your […]

Flyleaf Press publishes “Finding Your An

Flyleaf Press publishes “Finding Your Ancestors in Kerry”

I am delighted to let you know that my guide to finding your Kerry Ancestors was published yesterday by Flyleaf Press.  With a comprehensive list of sources dealing with Kerry records – Census & Census Substitutes, Church & Civil Records, Wills, Land Records, Newspapers, Family Histories, Gravestones, Further Reading on Kerry History & Society you will […]