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In the News (Mon 15 Jul 19)

  Welcome to the Irish Biogeographical Society
A provisonal list of the Irish Diapriinae (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae): pp 68-90
The Irish elaterid and buprestid fauna (Coleoptera: Elateridae and Buprestidae): pp 31-62
A preliminary list of the Irish Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera): pp 135-148
www.irishbiogeographicalsociety.com /listings.htm   (5533 words)

 Counties of Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The counties of Northern Ireland are no longer used for local government, and two former counties in the Republic have been subdivided, giving a modern total of 29 counties for administrative purposes rather than 26.
The counties are subdivisions of the ancient Provinces of Ireland
The "traditional" 26 counties are no longer the main basis for local government, planning and community development purposes, although unlike the counties in Great Britain, the Republic's traditional county boundaries are still generally respected for other purposes (counties on occasion being sub-divided).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Counties_of_Ireland   (1331 words)

 Irish Genealogy: A Guide to Irish Politicial and Religious Administrative Divisions
Of the 9 counties which make up Ulster, 6 are in Northern Ireland and 3 (Donegal, Monaghan, and Cavan) are in the Irish Republic.
Irish Genealogical Project -- The Irish Genealogical Project (IGP) was established in 1988 to assist persons of Irish descent in tracing their family roots, and oversees
Irish National Archives -- If you are starting a search for your Irish ancestors, the National Archives holds many of the records which are relevant to Irish genealogy and family history, along with tips for how to start and conduct your search.
www.cassidyclan.org /roots2.htm   (761 words)

 irish art and exhibitions by irish artists that are original   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Irish and Southern Art will bring you a greater awareness of the worth of original art by dedicated and highly talented painters, sculptors, art welders, carvers, and crafts people.
Irish and Southern Art is delighted to offer the exciting yet calm paintings of Deborah Healy, artist in acrylics and watercolour.
Her ancestral area of Ireland is stony, green, wild, and most beautiful, acting as her continual inspiration.
irishandsouthernart.com   (1332 words)

 Significant United States Supreme Court Cases
A court in Carroll County, Maryland, indicted a 43-year-old defendant, Betts, for robbery in 1941.
From 1833 to 1843, he resided in Illinois (a free state) and in an area of the Louisiana Territory, where slavery was forbidden by the Missouri Compromise of 1820.
County sheriffs Jay Printz and Richard Mack, separately challenged the constitutionality of this interim provision of the Brady Bill on behalf of CLEOs in Montana and Arizona respectively.
www.whc.net /irish/government/ap/cases.htm   (11058 words)

County names no longer need be used in English addresses, so this table is mainly of historical interest, but might also be useful in decoding old-style addresses, which, although "deprecated", are still widely used.
In England, county names are not prefixed by the word "county" (as they are in Ireland), with one exception: County Durham, to distinguish the county from the city of the same name.
Like the counties of England and Wales, Scottish counties have been redrawn, renamed, converted to regions and back to counties, and so forth; thus this list is more a curiosity than of any particular use in postal addressing, other than historical.
www.columbia.edu /kermit/ukcounties.html   (816 words)

 The Irish in Argentina » Buenos Aires, City of Faded Elegance
The best place to start such a search is with the Irish Argentine Historical Society, an international group that is examining the lives, settlements, and achievements of the Irish in Argentina.
Irish surnames are common here in Argentina Irish is the fourth ethnic group after Italians, Spanish (mostly Basques and Galicians) and Germans.
The fifth largest Irish community in the world is in Argentina, and it’s important to point out that Argentina is a non-English speaking country.
baires.elsur.org /archives/the-irish-in-argentina   (903 words)

 Research Guide: Irish Genealogy - Boston College
Glazier, Ira A. The Famine Immigrants: Lists of Irish Immigrants Arriving at the Port of New York.
For each name the county and civil parish of residence are noted if available (with the exception of Co. Longford, for which the barony is listed and not the civil parish).
The portion of the finding aid for the 26 counties of the Republic of Ireland is arranged alphabetically by county, while the portion covering the six counties of Northern Ireland is arranged alphabetically by parish.
www.bc.edu /libraries/research/guides/s-irishgene   (2152 words)

 The Ontrario Irish Mailing List
This is a discussion area for anyone who has an interest in the Genealogy, History, Culture or anything related to the Irish immigration to the Ontario Province.
This list will be a place where we discuss those traditions that include holidays, recipes, music, weddings, births, funerals/wakes, etc. Hopefully, in our discourse we will find where the tradition started and which are pure Irish, which are Ontario Irish or which are just Ontario related.
This list is for the discussion of the Genealogy, Culture and History of the Irish people who lived and/or passed through the province of Ontario, including the county of Ontario.
www.connorsgenealogy.com /OntarioIrish   (615 words)

 St. Patrick's or Irishtown Cemetery Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This area was settled predominantly by those of Irish heritage and was an early farming community in the area.
The names listed in this index are from a reading of the grave stones taken August 1st and 2nd, 2003 by Christina Zahn and Patricia Hamp.
The grouping of stones is done more in a family group than in rows as other cemeteries in the area.
www.mfhn.com /gratiot/seville/irishtown/default.asp   (157 words)

 AllAboutIrish - Your Ancestor's Irish Home
Determining your Irish ancestor's place of origin in Ireland is a critical step in family history research if you hope to "find" him or her in Irish records and fill out the branches on your family tree.
Surveys that locate geographic concentrations of surnames and maps that locate their historical origins can help but in the end you will have to find out where your specific ancestor originated if you hope to proceed with accurate genealogical research.
In some cases there will be very specific information about the county or town of origin, specific birth dates and immigration dates.
www.allaboutirish.com /library/gen/findinghome.shtm   (734 words)

IRELAND - County Galway - Parish of Templetogher, County
Dennis Maloney was in Griffith's of 1855 and descendents remain in the area.
Derryvode, Parish of Templetogher, County Galway where James Kearns (1848-1920) was born.
irishgenealogy.com   (145 words)

 Guide to Irish Law by Dr Darius Whelan
A new Constitution in 1922 meant that twenty six counties became the independent ‘Irish Free State.’ Six other counties in Northern Ireland remained part of the United Kingdom, and this has, of course, been the subject of great controversy since then.
Article 73 of the 1922 Constitution carried all previous UK law forward into Irish law, which explains why some pre-1922 UK statutes are still in force in Ireland.
Titles of Irish unreported judgments from 1993 to date are available on-line from UCC Library at http://booleweb.ucc.ie/search/subject/law/lawcol.htm.
www.ucc.ie /law/irishlaw/guide   (2527 words)

Of course, there could be reasons why a middle name bestowed upon a child might be omitted from official records, such as a clerk who felt these "new-fangled" middle names were a silly affectation and simply refused to write them down.
Aimed at writers who need authentic names for their novels, it has lists of names and commentary on naming patterns from many times and places.
The search engines listed as "free" to submitters are likely to be the best search engines for you to use since MANY people only list their genealogy sites with search engines that will accept the listing either free or because it is simply on the list of engines at submit.com.
www.irishgenealogy.com /ireland/surnames.htm   (734 words)

 Welcome to the familyresearcher Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
To worship according to their own dictates many of these Protestants, who were labled "Puritans", migrated, in the early 1600's, to the New World seeking freedom.
This is evident from the passenger list's of the nearly 3,000 immigrants who came to New England between 1629 and 1640.
You will see people from Bedford, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, and other counties within approximently 60 miles of London, were also on those lists.
www.familyresearcher.net /BritishResearch/Puritan.cfm   (265 words)

 Irish Genealogy Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A list of sites to help the researcher understand parts of the culture of the days gone by in ireland.
A list of important resources specifically for the Irish researcher to include, Irish/Gaeilge, Maps, town histories and other information that may be of value.
The Irish Genealogy Sites Web Ring (IreGen) is a group of people's web pages and sites, all of which have related data on them in one form or another.
www.suite101.com /links.cfm/irish_genealogy   (1069 words)

 Information Resource Center provided by the New York Irish Community
Below is a list of organizations and other resources that provide information and services targeted towards the Irish community...
Brings works by Irish and Irish American masters and contemporary playwrights to American audiences, and encourages the development of new works focusing on the Irish and Irish American experience, as well as a range of other cultures.
Comprehensive listing of Irish pubs and events in Manhattan, compiled by Jimmy Higgins.
www.newyorkirishcenter.org /information.htm   (2808 words)

 Glossary of Irish Terms and Acronyms
26 Counties: Most of Ireland; became independent from Britain after the Easter rising of 1916 and the war of independence fought by the IRA between 1919-1922; also called the `Free State', 'Eire' or 'the Republic'.
Republican Movement: Describes the principle modern incarnation of the Irish republican tradition which draws on 18th century French republicanism and historical Irish influences, including Wolfe Tone, the United Irishmen, Irish Republican Brotherhood and the Easter Rising.
RIR: Royal Irish Regiment - British Army regiment formed in 1992 with the amalgamation of the UDR and Royal Irish Rangers.
www.irlnet.com /rmlist/acros.html   (1176 words)

 GlobaLex - Guide to Irish Law
From the late twelfth century, Ireland was increasingly governed by English common law and by 1800 Ireland was fully integrated into the United Kingdom by the Act of Union passed in that year.
This list has been in existence since 1994 and has an extensive archive of previous messages which may be searched online.
What follows is a list of some of the more significant titles since 1992.
www.nyulawglobal.org /globalex/Ireland.htm   (2244 words)

 #Irish Genealogy Sites
Being a history of the certain Irish families from Shercock in Co. Cavan, and others from Donegal and Tyrone, and their descendants who moved to Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, before spreading out across the United States.
This part of my website is concerned with the 3 counties where my family came from in ireland.
Migration of Irish in the 19th century to the North East of England.
k.webring.com /hub?ring=iregen   (1551 words)

 .:: crawling up your walls ::. the official hubris web site
Hubris plan on touring as many counties, countries and continents as we can, meeting people and music lovers with the same taste in music as we do.
Today Hubris have put together a short set list and are beginning to explore their own writing and recording talents.
Hubris' own brand of art and music is now slowly beginning to take shape and Hubris hope to develop both their music and art into a very distinct Hubris image.
www.irishwebsolutions.com /hubrisband/about.html   (247 words)

 Gravestone Inscriptions Database
By collating the information available on gravestones and transferring it to computer, Irish Gravestone Inscriptions has ensured that valuable data is retained for the use of present and future generations who might wish to discover the path to their Irish roots.
Following this, they will then indicate the county and parish (if known) and approximate period in which the person died.
Most will include full name[s] and date[s] of death and age, while some will have information on the area the person came from and relationship to other people commemorated on the gravestone.
www.irishgenealogy.ie /gravestones   (683 words)

 Global Irish : business_and_finance/law
Located in the newly developed Smithfield area our purpose built offices are situated within walking distance of the Four Courts, Land Registry and Dublin Castle.
Organises, on a regular basis, conferences, seminars and briefings on all areas where European Community and Human Rights law has an impact in Ireland, including the law on competition, companies, agriculture and food, financial services, consumer protection, intellectual property and employment.
John O'Connor Solicitors is an established Irish law firm providing a high quality, professional and friendly service to both private and corporate clients accross a broad range of legal areas.
www.globalirish.com /business_and_finance/law/more4.htm   (346 words)

 The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA) - Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Irish Family History Foundation An organization of Family Heritage Centres computerizing parish records in:
Maps of the counties of Ireland from 1837
Counties of England, Wales and Scotland prior to 1974
tiara.ie /links.html   (385 words)

 From Ireland, ¬©Jane Lyons
This list takes in the history and culture of the Irish in Ireland and the Irish Diaspora.
Some lists to which I post information when I come across it in the various archival resources.
A Mail list for McNamara and Cleary Families - concentrating on the County Clare area, but not excluding the rest of Ireland.
www.from-ireland.net   (314 words)

 In Search of Ancestors, Geneology - World Cultures European
What I learned was that because Ireland has been inundated with inquiries from people of Irish descent about their ancestors, the Irish Family History Foundation has coordinated a network of government-approved genealogical research centers in both the Republic of Ireland and the North of Ireland.
If you're interested in tracing your family's roots and you are in another country (say, the USA or Australia) you must first know which of your ancestors actually 'took the boat' (emigrated).
Once you have his or her name, I strongly recommend that you begin with the Irish Family History Foundation.
www.irishcultureandcustoms.com /AMisc/Geneology.html   (1235 words)

 Genealogy Books - BigTreeBooks.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
History and origin of all place names in this Irish county.
These Irish county maps were published in the Memorial Atlas of Ireland by L. Richards and Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1901.
The 19x25 maps are clear, detailed reprints for the area (32 counties in the series).
bigtreebooks.com /List.asp?Topic=Wicklow   (133 words)

 Recommended Plant Reference Books for Houston Gulf Coast Area   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The listing above may not refer to the most current edition but the contents should be the same.
Certain classes of plants have been hybridized so much that it is impossible to publish a book about them that remains timely and up to date.
The next job for the AHS is to identify plants that thrive in each of the heat area zones (similar to the USDA Plant Hardiness Zones).
www.houstongardening.info /booklist.htm   (1273 words)

 Non-Commercial Radio Stations
NOTE to radio station webmasters: While compiling this list, I was astonished at the number of radio stations that do not list their broadcast frequency on their web sites.
If you have any additions -- stations not listed here, or further descriptions and/or web pages of stations that are listed here -- please e-mail them to me.
The station was shut down again by Slobodan Milosevic in April 1999 for their support for the opposition, and the entire staff was expelled and replaced by Milosevic toadies.
www.gumbopages.com /other-radio.html   (4972 words)

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