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Sunday Feb 17 1:30-3:30PM
Location: East Greenbush Community Library
Even if you know where your ancestor called home in the Emerald Isle, there
is still much to discover about your family history using Irish records.
With more and more resources being made available almost daily, it’s a
great time to do online research. Lisa Dougherty, genealogist-in-residence
for the Irish American Heritage Museum in Albany, NY, will present an
overview of the records available and how to use them effectively.
Neighboring counties... where heirs may be...
Dutchess county will books testators done with last 2 volumes (14 and 15).
Images are at FamilySearch.org (free FamilySearch account is required
to see them).
Two new lists - Dutchess County, New York
Small number of wills recorded in a tiny Circuit Court book 1790-1828.
Plus list of heirs of these ones recorded in this same book.
W David Samuelsen