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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:
 


Kevin Barry was born #OTD 1902. In 1916, Barry was sentenced to death for his part in an Irish Volunteers operation. Barry's execution outraged nationalist public opinion in Ireland and its diaspora, largely because of his age. #IrishHistory https://t.co/ym4m4KharK Genealogydotie photo

If you are visiting the @dublinmuseum or @TheHughLane you should make time for coffee, cake and lots more great Irish food at @hatchandsons Whenever we bring clients or friends they always praise the fare on offer. https://t.co/3qzDbe68N6 Genealogydotie photo

#OTD 1961, John F. Kennedy is inaugurated as president of the United States of America, becoming the first Irish Catholic to be elected to that office. All four of his grandparents were children of Irish immigrants. Do you have #IrishRoots? We can do the research for you. https://t.co/crW8Ii6hF7 Genealogydotie photo

Love this article from @IrishCentral: The top ten greatest gifts from Ireland to America.

Of course, we at @Genealogydotie
would add some of our awesome American clients whose ancestors are Irish to this list. You know who you are 😉

https://t.co/bS2ZFax7st

The 1901 Census of Ireland, from the National Archives Ireland is a great research resource. At age 72, Margaret Henderson gave her occupation as 'Huckster' (a person who sells small items door-to-door or from a stall). In 1901, 92 people list their occupation as Huckster https://t.co/WXdv7zyqlt Genealogydotie photo

If you are visiting Dublin and have a chance you should check out the @dublinmuseum. The Little Museum is one of the hidden gems in Dublin. Highly recommended on @TripAdvisor the museum captures the history of modern Dublin like no other. https://t.co/1MUAw84Wjz Genealogydotie photo

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