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Our principal Hilda McGauley M.Sc., MAPGI has been working to this end since 1998 and heads a team of committed researchers. Hilda is a member of APGI, the regulating and accrediting body for the genealogy profession in this country.
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9 October 1821 - A warning to passengers for America - details of emigrant's letter to friends at home published in Freeman's Journal [read on].
We are currently running a short series highlighting some of the information to be gleaned from a small sample of historic sources at the townland level. This month's feature is the townland of Lismeelcunnin, Co. Cork.