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Re: Armagh, Ireland Genealogy
Posted by: Judith Warnick Highsmith (ID *****3400) Date: October 26, 2006 at 09:24:45
In Reply to: Re: Armagh, Ireland Genealogy by Teresa Lang of 893

Good luck! If your family members were Catholic, that certainly ups the chance of your finding records in Ireland. When I had the researcher work for me, I had her check both Catholic and Protestant records, to no avail, despite knowing via the family spoken history that they'd always been Protestant and part of the Ulster Plantation movement. I wish I could put you in contact with her but she passed away a few years ago, from cancer. It might have saved some steps for you, since she'd already done part of the work for me and might have remembered some info that didn't pertain to my line.

When you go back and realize how much data has been lost due to the "troubles" in Ireland, it makes you kind of sick to your stomach! Take care.


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