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Best Irish Genealogy Websites

IRISH LOGO

   Join me at Family Tree University on Thursday, March 28th at 7 p.m. (EDT) to learn about online sources for Irish research.   You can register here.




Sharing Your Tree on a Personal Website

   If you have a personal website, or are considering one, your family tree can reside on your site.  While this takes a bit more technical knowledge than the previous solutions, it is not that difficult.   …

Happy St. Patrick's Day

   I hope you're all having a great St. Patrick's Day.  I thought I'd share with you our family recipe for Irish bread.  The recipe came from my husband's grandmother who was born in County Down.  …

Blogging Your Family Tree

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   Blogging is another way to put your family online, without a great deal of technical expertise.  It's also a great way to share information if you keep your information in a word processor rather than a genealogical database.  

Family Trees at Ancestry

 One of the easiest ways to put your family tree online with minimal technical expertise is at Ancestry.com.  You do not have to subscribe to Ancestry to use this feature…it's free, but you do have to create a user name and password.  …

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