I know nothing about them but I have a good feeling about them and they have some lovely books and Journals.
Red Cap Book Catalogue
And what have they got for sale?
"A large collection of Irish interest local history books are available for sale. Many of these are long out of print, scarce, or rare, and very valuable. If you want additional details please email RedCapBooks@gmail.com for an up-to-date list. This is a rare opportunity to pick up a hard-to-find item from a collection that was build up over a quarter of a century. Remember - firstname.lastname@example.org. Demand is high, so it is on a first come first served basis."
News from IGRS
The IGRS is pleased to announce full details of a one day conference on 19th March in Cork city, co-hosted with the Cork Genealogical Society at the Clayton Hotel, Silversprings.
The "Finding your Ancestors" conference will feature 3 lectures, a practical workshop on Irish church records and, travelling outside Dublin for the first time, the Ireland Branch AGM.
The cost of the day is just €20 including lunch and attendees may also avail of a special conference rate if they wish to stay at the hotel.
Full details of the event and how to book are on our website.
This event forms part of the IGRS's 80th anniversary celebrations. We hope to see you in Cork on 19th March.
The Nichols Funeral Records project is finished. Search 20 years of records from 1919-1939. Fascinating!
Thanks to Gus Nichols who graciously allowed us to transcribe his ledgers, we have now completed our project to add funeral records from J. & C. Nichols Ltd, Dublin to our online database. These records cover 1919-1939. So, 20 years of funerals!