Access Free Irish Records for Irish-American Heritage Month – MyHeritage March 5, 2020

I saw this on MyHeritage – Access Free Irish Records for Irish-American Heritage Month: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/03/access-free-irish-records-for-irish-american-heritage-month/.

 by Esther March 5, 2020 Historical Records, Holidays

Do you have Irish heritage? March is Irish-American Heritage Month, and it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate your Irish roots.

In honor of the occasion, we are offering free access to all Irish records on MyHeritage during March 5–22, 2020. That’s 110 collections with 13,994,724 records that are free to search!

Search Irish records for free

Irish culture is widely celebrated. According to reports, the nearly 10 million Irish who emigrated since 1800 progenerated about 70 million people worldwide who now claim Irish heritage. In the United States alone, over 33 million people identify as being of Irish descent — almost 7 times the current population of Ireland!

People with Irish origins have played an integral role in shaping the United States. 9 of the 56 signatories of the U.S. Declaration of Independence had Irish roots, so do many of today’s most famous and influential celebrities, from George Clooney to Taylor Swift.

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Search the free collections today to discover new insights about your Irish ancestors that you can add to your family tree.

Enjoy!

 

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9 Responses to Access Free Irish Records for Irish-American Heritage Month – MyHeritage March 5, 2020

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    How was church today?

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    • Good. Our regular Sunday School teacher was in Oklahoma so his back-up taught class. Pastor preached about 1 John 1:5-10. After the sermon, burned a CD of the 2 services for a couple who don’t do Facebook or YouTube.

      How about church for you?

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Church went well; we’re a small church but its a joy seeing everyone on there and also some people that don’t normally attend; hoping some of them can regularly come to our church as a result of this. Had prayer meeting right after that. Today we drove to the market to pick up ready made food; seems there’s more people driving, I think people are getting fed up with this stay at home thing. We’ll see how it goes

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      • Have you considered adding Facebook Live or YouTube to Zoom? The pastor’s wife uses her phone to do Facebook Live and he uses his laptop to video services, then uploads to YouTube when he gets home.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        We’ve thought about facebook live and Youtube. Part of the reason why we moved away from Youtube is due to the fact that I travel to certain countries to teach and I prefer to have less of my face out there though we do have sermons in mp3 online. Tha’ts a good idea your church does facebook live and Youtube though

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      • My pastor’s wife’s grandparents smuggled Bibles into Warsaw Pact countries during the Cold War. They were missionaries, but couldn’t claim to be missionaries. Think they went as translators or English teachers.

        Good to see you make audio copies available. We have some older members who prefer to hear the sermons, but are technology challenged so they get audio only copies.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Wow praise God for your pastor’s wife’s grandparents

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      • They knew the risks as they belonged to a small denomination. They also met in people’s homes to reduce the risks.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        What an amazing work they did

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