With St. Patrick's Day only a few days away, now is a good time to start looking online for "all things Irish." Indeed, there is a brand-new Irish genealogy blog that looks like a great resource. I see a lot of new blogs but this one is unusual in that it already has a LOT of info online, including interviews, "how to" articles, information about naming patterns, and more.
Here is the announcement:
Both newcomers to Irish genealogy research and experienced researchers alike will find helpful advice, tips, and tactics in Deborah Large Fox's blog, Help! The Faery Folk Hid My Ancestors!
Because of the loss of so many records throughout Ireland's tragic history, Irish genealogical research can be notoriously difficult and frustrating. Deborah's blog deals with these difficulties by helping fellow researchers find those genealogical gems and treasures that often go undiscovered. Interviews of librarians, professional researchers, and website administrators are also included in the blog, along with helpful links to online databases and resources.
Find all this and more at http://irishfamilyresearch.blogspot.com.