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  • Tracing your Donegal Ancestorsby Helen Meehan; Godfrey Duffy; Cathy Henderson

    Ancestor Network Ltd 2008; US$ 16.50

    In comparison with most other Irish counties, Donegal has fewer records of value to family historians. This makes it important to use the existing records to their best advantage. Donegal families are a mixture of native Gaelic families, and of Scots-Irish families who came to Donegal from the 17th century onward. Common names in the county include... more...

  • A Guide to Tracing your Roscommon Ancestorsby John Hamrock

    Ancestor Network Ltd 2007; US$ 16.50

    A comprehensive guide to tracing families in Roscommon, where common names include Kelly, McDermot, Beirne, Regan Reagan, Flanagan, Connor, McDonagh & Quinn. It is filled with information on what the records contain, and how and where they can be accessed. It is well illustrated with maps and examples of the types of records to be found. It has an... more...

  • A Guide to Tracing your Cork Ancestorsby Tony McCarthy; Tim Cadogan

    Ancestor Network Ltd 2011; US$ 18.50

    This is an expanded edition of this popular guide which sets out the records available for researching family history in Cork. It tells you where genealogy records can be accessed, and how they can be used to best effect, and is fully illustrated. more...

  • Researching Scots-Irish Ancestorsby William J Roulston

    Ulster Historical Foundation 2005; US$ 13.99

    One of the greatest frustrations for generations of genealogical researchers has been that reliable guidance on sources for perhaps the most critical period in the establishment of their family?s links with Ulster, the period up to 1800, has proved to be so elusive. Not any more. This book can claim to be the first comprehensive guide for family historians... more...

  • Who Do You Think You Are? Encyclopedia of Genealogy: The definitive reference guide to tracing your family history (Text Only)by Nick Barratt

    HarperCollins Publishers 2013; US$ 22.94

    (This edition does not include illustrations.) Covering all access levels, from the new beginner to the more experienced researcher, the Encyclopedia of Genealogy is a comprehensive master class in solving the mysteries of your personal heritage. more...

  • Unofficial Guide to FamilySearch.orgby Dana McCullough

    F+W Media 2015; US$ 25.99 US$ 21.31

    Master the #1 Free Genealogy Website! Discover your ancestry on, the world's largest free genealogy website. This in-depth user guide shows you how to find your family in the site's databases of more than 3.5 billion names and millions of digitized historical records spanning the globe. Learn how to maximize all of's... more...

  • Genealogy: Essential Research Methodsby Helen Osborn

    Robert Hale 2015; US$ 11.99

    This book is the ideal companion for anybody researching their family tree. It provides advice and inspiration on methods and problem-solving and helps the amateur family historian understand what successful professionals do to get results, and why we should copy them. Over ten chapters, it examines the various themes that affect the success or failure... more...

  • How to Use Evernote for Genealogyby Kerry Scott

    F+W Media 2015; US$ 25.99 US$ 21.31

    Maximize Your Research Progress! Harness the powerful, timesaving organization features of Evernote's free software and mobile apps to manage your genealogy research. This comprehensive user guide explains how to organize all kinds of genealogy clues--from notes and e-mails to vital records and audio files--so the information is easily searchable,... more...

  • Tracing Your Edinburgh Ancestorsby Alan Stewart

    Pen and Sword 2015; US$ 13.50

    Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland for the last 500 years and more. The 'Athens of the North' is the center of Scottish banking, medicine, architecture, law and publishing. It is the home of Scotland's national museums and the location of the Queen's official residence in Scotland and of the General Assembly of the Church of... more...

  • The Family Tree Polish, Czech And Slovak Genealogy Guideby Lisa A. Alzo

    F+W Media 2016; US$ 26.99 US$ 22.13

    Trace your Eastern European ancestors from American shores back to the old country. This in-depth guide will walk you step-by-step through the exciting--and challenging--journey of finding your Polish, Czech, or Slovak roots. You'll learn how to identify immigrant ancestors, find your family's town of origin, locate key genealogical resources, decipher... more...