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A Guide to Tracing your Cork Ancestors

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Cork is the largest Irish county, with a population mainly of Gaelic and Norman origin. It has a widely diverse social mix ranging from the urban population of Cork city to the most remote agricultural communities. Common names in the county include Barry, Callahan, O'Callaghan, Buckley, Boyle, Casey, Collins, Crowley, Daly, Fitzgerald, Hogan, Keane, Kelliher, O'Connell, O'Keefe, O'Leary, O'Mahony, O'Driscoll, O'Riordan and Sheehan. The records for the county are equally diverse, which makes it important to use them to their best advantage. 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.


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Publisher: FlyLeaf Press Edition: 2

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  • ISBN: 9781907990021
  • Release date: January 20, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9781907990021
  • File size: 6110 KB
  • Release date: January 20, 2014

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Cork is the largest Irish county, with a population mainly of Gaelic and Norman origin. It has a widely diverse social mix ranging from the urban population of Cork city to the most remote agricultural communities. Common names in the county include Barry, Callahan, O'Callaghan, Buckley, Boyle, Casey, Collins, Crowley, Daly, Fitzgerald, Hogan, Keane, Kelliher, O'Connell, O'Keefe, O'Leary, O'Mahony, O'Driscoll, O'Riordan and Sheehan. The records for the county are equally diverse, which makes it important to use them to their best advantage. 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.


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