Shownotes 199 from www.Irishroots.com
Audio podcast version now posted at:
Among Todays Topics at the Irish Roots Cafe:
1) Family of the Day: Leahy
2) Irish Families Project for: Co. Clare
3) Searching For:Mortimer, Northcote, Walters, Riley
4) Curious : Torpey making Hurleys, ‘sticks’ that is.
5) Web Page of the Month: Google search tips Video
6) Curious Note: Irish Ghost Convention in County....
7) One minute podcast: my search in Co. Clare
8) Ryan families in Australia
Our Enhanced Irish Family History podcast with photos and
links can be found at:
Notes This Week:
New contacts on the web for the Irish Roots Cafe
1) Irish Roots Cafe YouTube Channel genealogy videos:
New Main FB page: https://www.facebook.com/IrishRootsCafe
New FB song page: https://www.facebook.com/IrishSong
FB Hedge School: https://www.facebook.com/groups/67116438598/
3) iTunes Irish Roots Podcast Provider Page:
4) “County Tyrone, Ireland, Genealogy and Family History
notes”, our most recent upgrade with a full color, detailed
19th century map ! Here is the link for Tyrone researchers:
5) Coming up later this month, will be our series on the
Irish Collections and Irish Studies at KU in Lawrence
along with in person interviews. Lots of surprising things
there to be sure.... and our 200th Irish family
podcast, and that’s just one of our 7 podcast feeds.
One Minute Podcast
Let’s listen to one of our 7 podcast series’ on Song; Recitation;
Irish-America; or Irish language.
Todays Podcast extract is from:
Our Irish Genealogy CD, or maybe I will just wing it with
impromptu comments on my research experiences in
County Clare, like:
Visiting all the elders named O’Loughlin.
B&B of the name, calling ahead.
Spelling and Pronunciation of the name.
Local Historians Spillane, Nacy Cleary.
Viewing original parish record book in the church (Fr. Vaughan)
in Kilfenora and D. Spillane in Glenflesk.
Country music in the streets.
Old books with genealogies, Frost and White, a chilling subject.
( The Irish Genealogy CD now available free to renewing
embers, just drop me an email.)
From The Irish Families Project
County Clare, Ireland, Book Review(s) of the Month:
1) The Families of County Clare, Ireland.
(hardbound). contents page (see above)
Containing hundreds of Irish Families not
found in our other works. A brief excerpt: