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A Guide to tracing your Mayo Ancestors

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ISBN: 9781907990342
AuthorSmith, Brian
Pub Date15/11/2019
BindingPaperback
Pages160
CountryIRL
Dewey929.107204
Publisher: Flyleaf Press
Quick overview This is an updated edition of the definitive guide to researching ancestors in Mayo, Ireland. The book sets out the records available for research on Mayo family history, how to best use them and where they can be accessed. It is fully illustrated with examples of records and provides links to on-line sources.
€14.00

This book is a comprehensive guide for research on the families of county Mayo, Ireland. It is the third edition and has been extensively updated with new information. It sets out all of the records currently available, where they can be accessed, and how they can be used to best effect in genealogical or family history research. It is fully indexed and richly illustrated with maps of the various administrative divisions; and with examples of the types of records available. It also contains links to a wide range of on-line resources.

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This book is a comprehensive guide for research on the families of county Mayo, Ireland. It is the third edition and has been extensively updated with new information. It sets out all of the records currently available, where they can be accessed, and how they can be used to best effect in genealogical or family history research. It is fully indexed and richly illustrated with maps of the various administrative divisions; and with examples of the types of records available. It also contains links to a wide range of on-line resources.

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