Are you using a timeline to record all your genealogical research? If not, read on for 9 reasons why you should. Reason 1 It won't prove someone is your ancestor, but it can prove they are not. For example, I found a record showing Michael Frawley was a publican in Emu Creek in 1875. Emu Creek was right next door to Axe Creek where my great grandfather Michael Frawley was born and raised so it must be him right? Wrong. As soon as I put the information into Michael's timel
The Irish General Registry Office recently announced that an additional two years of Births, Deaths and Marriage records will be released online in early 2019 via www.irishgenealogy.ie. No exact date was announced for the release, however, they did say the Marriage Index data and associated images will also be updated for 1864-1869 inclusive. This is a welcome improvement - how often are we excited to find the index record only to be disappointed to find the image is missing.