Newspapers, Gravestones and Probate Records

Newspapers, Gravestones and Probate Records

by Maurice Gleeson

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Newspapers, Gravestones and Probate Records


This talk explores the wealth of genealogical material to be found in newspapers, cemeteries, probate, petty session court records, & dog licenses. We will also explore some of the resources that everyone should be using as a routine part of their ongoing Irish research.

 

 

This was presented as part of the Unlock the Past - Seattle seminar on September 6, 2018.

 


 
 

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Presenter: Maurice Gleeson

Maurice Gleeson, a psychiatrist and pharmaceutical physician by day and a genetic genealogist by night, is administrator for the Gleason/Gleeson, Spearin, Farrell, Irish Caribbean DNA and WW1 Missing Legacy projects. He has organised the DNA Lectures for "Genetic Genealogy Ireland" in Dublin and "Who Do You Think You Are" in the UK since 2012, as well as given talks all over Ireland and internationally. His YouTube videos on genetic genealogy are very popular and he was voted "Genetic Genealogist of the Year 2015" by the SurnameDNA Journal.

Maurice Gleeson