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Re: Ancient Order of Hibenians
Posted by: Kathryn Hagel (ID *****2953) Date: February 20, 2012 at 17:47:36
In Reply to: Ancient Order of Hibenians by Leslie Rowlands of 1134

Dear Leslie,
Ancestry has a lot of records from Irish Civil Registries.

In the USA the best places to look for newspaper obituaries are the local public library for the place of death and the local historical society for both the place of death and the place of birth. If you live in the area served by the public library in the USA, a copy of the obituary is usually free. If you are outside of that area, you usually have to pay a fee. The historical societies almost always charge a fee. I hope this helps.
Sincerely,
Kate Hagel


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