The Irish Genealogist is the annual journal of the Irish Genealogical Research Society. It is usually published in Autumn each year.
It is issued free to all current Members. Any Member who has not received their copy by mid-March should contact the Society.
Contents of the current issue
The articles in the current issue, Vol. 14, No. 2 (2015), are:
Vol 14. No. 2
|Chairman’s Report 2015||Steven C ffeary-Smyrl||142|
|Tribute: Stawell St Leger Heard||Mary Casteleyn||144|
|So who was John Browne of the Neale?||Adrian Channing||146|
|A History of the Davis-Goff family of Horetown, Co. Wexford & Glenville, Co. Waterford||Claire Bradley||162|
|The O’Neills of the Fews: their origin, descendants and DNA profile||Mark Henry||170|
|Gaelic Genealogical Sources: Phelan of the Decies||Ivan Fitzgerald||190|
|“Felton not Feltrim”: Locating Catherine Fagan, wife of Charles||Martin A Timoney||201|
|O’Conor of Balanagare, from the Fagan ancestral monument||Mary Timoney|
|Foreign workers in Talbot’s Inch, Kilkenny||Michael O’Dwyer||217|
|Irish-born Loyalists officers in the American Revolutionary War||Terrence M. Punch||220|
|Henry Meredith: Governor of Winnebah Fort, Gold Coast Africa 1799-1812||Michael J. Faul||226|
|Debunking a Family Legend||Peter Davies||250|
|The Bantry estate: through the eyes of its tenant farmers||Sheila Horgan||253|
|“Open all hours”: six generations of a family retail business in west Clare||Majella Corcoran||260|
|Ada Bogart: a forgotten heroine of the First World War||Mary Casteleyn||278|
|Report & Financial Statements – Year ended 31 December 2014||293|
|Submit to the Journal – style rules||297|
|Our Library at the Society of Genealogists||IBC|
For a full listing of the contents of The Irish Genealogist, please select from the following volumes:
|► Volume 1||► Volume 2||► Volume 3||► Volume 4||► Volume 5|
|► Volume 6||► Volume 7||► Volume 8||► Volume 9||► Volume 10|
|► Volume 11||► Volume 12||► Volume 13||► Volume 14|
Published Family Histories
Over the years, many family histories have been published in The Irish Genealogist. A selection of these have been made available in pdf format and can be purchased at a cost of GB£4.00 per individual article. Details.
Order copies of The Irish Genealogist
Members and non-members can purchase the current issue and back numbers at GB£10 (or equivalent) each, plus postage and packaging. Go to Shop.
The Irish Genealogist on CD
A complete set of The Irish Genealogist 1937 – 1993 is available on CD from Eneclann. Members may receive a discount on the usual price.
The Irish Genealogist Database
In October 2013, the Society launched an online names index to its annual journal. The launch upload runs to a quarter of a million names and covers the years 1937 to 2001, creating a database of enormous potential for all Irish genealogists. You can access it, free, in the Unique Resources section of the website.
← The Irish Genealogist Page last updated 6 January 2016