Because of the destruction of early census records, it has become a census substitute used to find Irish ancestors, especially those who left Ireland during the Famine of the 1840s. However, there is much more to Griffith’s than a list of names. By exploring the various documents used to create the final product, along with pre and post documents, we can discover many interesting aspects about our ancestors and the lives they lived. Join us as we investigate how Griffith’s was developed and view some of the information contained in the various records.
Mark your calendar and “think spring.”
Submitted by Kathy Reed