Irish Lives Remembered March 2013 out now – with our 16 pg supplement

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Irish Lives Remembered publishes Ireland’s only free monthly digital genealogy magazine dedicated to helping those trace their With the year of ‘The Gathering’ and a surged interest in Irish Family History, those researching their Irish ancestors globally are in for a treat in the March free digital edition of Irish Lives Remembered.

This month they have teamed up with Inside History magazine in Australia with a unique 16-page free Irish-Australian supplement showcasing articles from prominent Irish-Australian historians whose research looks at early convict transportation, to families who risked everything to be reunited with loved ones in the 1850s, and a family who created a little piece of County Sligo in 1920s Hobart, Tasmania – now it’s a museum dedicated to the family’s work in protecting Tasmania’s heritage. Inside History publisher, Cassie Mercier quoted ” Packed with features, family research tips and interviews, the supplement gives readers of Irish Lives Remembered a taste of Irish-Australia, and an insight into what family historians Down Under are researching”.

Irish Lives Remembered publisher Eileen Munnelly quoted “We are delighted to be working with Inside History, a prominent genealogy & history publisher in Australasia. We believe combining our offering provides our readers with an insight into Irish history in Australia and a range of other untapped resources for those researching their Australian/Irish heritage”.

And the supplements don’t end there. The second collaboration will showcase Irish Lives Remembered in Inside History’s May/June 2013 digital issue, on sale May 1st. This will feature an exclusive 16-page supplement from Irish Lives Remembered and will be available worldwide via Inside History’s Zinio and Apple Newsstand.

The March edition of Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy Magazine featuring this unique 16-page free Irish-Australian supplement is now live and free to download & read via

The Irish Lives Remembered March edition includes 86 pages of family history resources and stories to help trace your Irish ancestors with a special 16 page Irish-Australian supplement courtesy of Inside History magazine in Australia. Other articles featured in this issue include:

Focus on Tipperary Genealogy & Heritage with 23 pages

  • Fáilte Ireland showcasing what Tipperary has to offer
  • North Tipperary Genealogy Centre
  • Genealogy resources at Tipperary Libraries
  • Bru Boru Cultural & Genealogy Centre
  • South Tipperary County Archives
  • Useful genealogy links to help your research
  • Tipperary Family History Research
  • Surnames of County Tipperary
  • Sample of Tipperary Gatherings
  • The Hackett Family from Ballina, Tipperary

Following on from our article in the February edition ‘A Mayo Orphan at Grosse-Íle’a new sibling was discovered, read the updates in ‘And then there was one more’

  • Win a dream holiday to Ireland
  • Photograph Dating
  • Updates from Findmypast Ireland
  • Chris Paton’s new book, ‘Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet’
  • Lesser known resources ‘Irish Reproductive Loan Funds’
  • Irish Family Crests
  • Using Google images for family research
  • East Kerry Roots Festival & Brosnan Family Gathering
  • Genealogy tips from Kevin McCormack
  • Saint Patrick’s Day on the Prairie
  • Irish Loved Ones Missing ‘Down Under’ Missing Deserters & Immigrants
  • Patrick Hand – From Armagh to Australia, ‘A new life in a new land’ Part 2.
  • Genealogy Events Guide
  • Genealogy & Heritage Store
  • 16 Page Special supplement from Inside History Australia


  • avatar
    Frances from A Rebel Hand 13 March 2013 - 12:31 am Reply

    Such a brilliant idea, two of my favourite history/genealogy teams collaborating! Thanks, Cassie and Eileen.

    • avatar
      Boyhistory 13 March 2013 - 10:06 am Reply

      It’s been a lot of fun – stay tuned for our upcoming Issue 16, we’ll feature a Irish Lives Remembered supplement!

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