Irish Family History Society

Connecting People With Their Irish Roots

Irish Family History Journal, Vol 18 (2002)

  • Editorial
  • Charles Frizell (1738-1812) – A Surveyor In County Kildare – James Robinson
  • John Dempsey,  Patriot. Prisoner & Pioneer – Judith Saunders
  • Shirleys of Kilkenny and Carlow –  Anne Nosov
  • A Kilmacduagh Lad   – Nick Donahue
    Richard Jennings (1787-1874)  – Heather B Ronald
  • The Mystery Remains – When was he born?  When did he die? –  Maureen Hanson
  • Rev. Robert Jacob Meyer (1810-1892) – Methodist Minister in Ireland – A Family Touched by Tragedy  – G Rex Meyer
  • What is Tel-El-Kebir, Mammy?  –  Bernadette Marks
  • National School Registers – a little known primary source of family history research  – Kieran Jordan
  • Touching on Some Misconceptions  – Marcella J O‘Keefe
  • It all began with a letter from America   – Margaret Murphy
  • A Journey of Discovery  – Saunderson Griffin
  • The Catholic Studderts of Clonderlaw  – lvor Faulkner
  • Convict Connections in Australia  – Pat Henshall
  • Register of Freeholders, County Wexford 1825 – 1911 (this concludes the register)  – Hilary Murphy
  • “Nothing about the Oakes Name to be Ashamed of” –  John Kinsella
  • Marr – The Surname. Not Married Bliss – David Wilkins
    A Difficult But Compelling Subject  – Angela Rider
  • Daisy Bates – Irish Friend of the Aborigines  – Loreley A Morling
  • Have you looked at Scottish Records? –  Anne Gabrielle Morton
  • What’s Right About Copyright  – Matt 0’Connell
  • A Ward Connection  – Ms Pat Bayliss
  • A listing of Books Presented to the Library with some information on same –  Richard Flatman

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