Nick Reddan FIGRS1
Raw history for old Kilmallock town – a source book for local and family history in the 18th & 19th centuries (2011) Purchase
Genealogy using spreadsheets (Lotus 1-2-3) (1997)
Genealogy using spreadsheets :
Excel trees and pedigrees (1998)
The cleric, the poet, the barrister who became a cleric; The Ancestral Searcher V36 No1 (2013)
Obituary: Melva Loas Croker nee Jones (1917-2011) Descent Vol 42 Part 4 (2012) with Carole Riley
Digital photography: a downcast view; The Ancestral Searcher V35 No3 (2012)
If the name Fitz or not, a father is evident; The Irish Genealogist V 13 No 2 (2011)
Registry of Deeds [Dublin]; The
Ancestral Searcher V34 No4 (2011)
Balbriggan in search of Thomas Swan Croker; The Ancestral Searcher V34 No3 (2011)
Major Swan & General Croker; The Ancestral Searcher V34 No1 (2011)
Irish indeed; Ancestors
Barcodes for my sites
My genealogyIndexes and interests
Family record summaries and birth briefs
TranscriptionsIndex of trancriptions of old books etc
see also lists and curios
Kilfinane, Ardkilmartin and Ardpatrick
This link is to a Word macro that automates indexing by family name
First to give some context this link is gives my birth brief and the names of my ancestors. My birth brief
This is a summary of the families that interest me. See also the index of persons that appear in my birth brief.
One of the major areas of my reaseach interests is the CROKER family of Ireland. I have records relating to them from the late 16th century until 1900.
This link is to an index of CROKER deeds held in the Registry of Deeds in Ireland from 1709 until 1835 some of which I have made abstracts. A copy of many of my abstracts (made prior to 1995) are available at the Irish Genealogical Research Society in London.
I also have written Lotus 1-2-3 and Microsoft Excel macro spreadsheets that maintain pedigree data and produce drop line charts. The pedigree spreadsheets were used to generate the greater part of this web site in particular all the birth briefs (like this one) and the index of persons. To find out more about these spreadsheets send me an email email@example.com.
This is a short note on some early Irish genealogy prepared for a talk at the local genealogical society.
Some cameos from 1798 as reported in the Freeman's Journal also prepared for another talk at the local genealogical society. Other notes and presentations are here.
About 12,000 indexed
newspaper extracts from the Freeman's Journal and
other early Irish newspapers.
I have also transcribed various lists that have appeared in these early Irish newspapers. An index of these lists is here.
Some particularly interesting extracts are separately listed here.
Some trees of families that I am interested in can be found at this link.
I may be contacted through the following e-mail address.
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