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Genealogy.ie have been published in several magazines in both Ireland and North-America, we have a blog with monthly updates and on a more lighthearted note post several daily updates on our twitter feed. Below you can find access to these resources, which will help you with your research, provide background information or are just meant to be entertaining.
 

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And finally, we hope you enjoy our tweets:
 


#OTD 1761 John MacNaghten is hanged at Strabane jail for his involvement in the killing of Mary Anne Knox. MacNaghten was an Anglo-Irish land owner, gambler and convicted murderer. The more romantic versions of the tale say the marriage was forbidden by her over-bearing father. https://t.co/bAaMSIR9B1 Genealogydotie photo

Michael Dwyer was a United Irishmen leader in the 1798 rebellion. He fought a guerrilla campaign against the British Army in the Wicklow Mountains. He was captured in 1803. In 1805 he was transported to NSW, Australia, as an unsentenced exile. Was your Irish ancestor transported? https://t.co/4zoTr4S4fu Genealogydotie photo

I will tell their story. I will remember them... Bring your family history to life by commissioning us at https://t.co/m6338zfJRP. We can produce a report, a video or presentation. https://t.co/MTE9vCkaoA Genealogydotie photo

https://t.co/qfOxA89XZU also does local history research. Here is the story of Marley house, complete with a short video. https://t.co/0ZGm2NKWTv https://t.co/RAkHccu1HQ Genealogydotie photo

It was a long road but at last in 1918 Women aged 30 with property qualifications or in university constituencies at last gained the right to vote. #OTD 1918 there was a general election resulting in election of Countess Markievicz #Votail100 #Vótáil100 https://t.co/klLeDwdd2w Genealogydotie photo

Thomas Dongan, 2nd Earl of Limerick died #OTD 1715. He was a member of the Irish Parliament, Royalist military officer during the English Civil War, and Governor of the Province of New York. Do you have #IrishRoots? https://t.co/QVfSXPZowq Genealogydotie photo

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Examples of our Work

Hassett Andrew Family History
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