iCARA  irish caribbean ancestry - reconnecting through dna


What is iCARA?

A bit of Background

The History Centre

Reconnecting with your Irish Ancestry

The DNA Project

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Adding Records

Once you have an outline of your family tree from the stories you've collected from your relatives, the next step is to look for what records are available, where they are located, and how to access them. A lot of records are available on the internet, and more and more are becoming available every day, but for some records you will have to travel to where they are, or get someone to look them up for you. The Adding Records section discusses finding records, adding them to your tree, and how to get help doing this. This last point is very important. There are a lot of enthusiastic people out there doing family tree research who are willing to assist you. Help is at hand!

Making a Start

Adding Records

Researching your Irish Surname

Irish surnames in the Caribbean

Maurice Gleeson

May 2013

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Last update: May 2013

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