Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Looking for help
- Thanks, I will see what I can do. It will have to wait till saturday
cause I am out of town tomorrow. But that is a wonderful idea I did
not think of. :)
- Subscribe to the mailing lists related to the country and areas in which you want to do research. I have found the native genealogy researchers very helpful. Usually they offer to lookup the information you are wanting and will send you copies at their costs.
There are also professional genealogy researchers in the areas you are researching, and are rather inexpensive. You can find these in the mailing lists and through the Goggle Search engines.
Hope these suggestions help. Goof luch on your research.
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Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 8:28 AM
Subject: [Genealogy Research Club] Looking for help
I have found a lot of information on the rootsweb website.
Unfortunately I am stuck in one area. My great-great-great-
grandfather Terrance Moneghan was born in Ireland in 1815. I do not
have time to fly to Belfast's Linen Hall Library to do research, is
there any way I can do research online and where do I start? I do not
have much more information than that. Help! My second cousin is also
busy and cannot help me at this time. If you have any suggestions for
help please either reply to this message or email me.
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