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10 July 2010

HOPING TO MAKE YOUR IRISH EYES SMILE!

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     Since I have been discussing such serious and lengthy topics recently, I thought I should insert a more lighthearted note this week. We Irish American family historians have a difficult task--ancestors who burned records, never put their true ages on the census, and named all their children Bridget, Mary, Patrick, and John. Give yourself a pat on the back for tackling such a difficult task and enjoy this snippet of my talk at the Gloucester County Historical Society in Woodbury, NJ (great group there--and a wonderful genealogy library that covers way more than Gloucester County).
LINK  Gloucester County NJ Historical Society