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Monday, March 17, 2008

IF YOU'RE TRACKING IRISH ANCESTORS, CIGO MAY BE THE WAY TO GO...

If you're researching Irish kin, you should know about the Council of Irish Genealogical Organizations (CIGO). Checking their site periodically is a good way to keep abreast of developments in Irish genealogical research, like the announcement under "News":

"Dublin's Glasnevin Cemetery, opened in 1832, is about to go on-line. It will be the first of the city's cemeteries to place its older registers on the Net. The Irish capital is served by two main cemeteries, Glasnevin & Mount Jerome (latter opened in 1836). Until recent times, the capital's Catholics generally used Glasnevin while the Protestants tended to favour Mount Jerome."

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