“Placenames Database of Ireland” includes Irish place names (including audio files with pronunciations) was created by the Department of Arts, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht and is hosted on the website of the Dublin City University.
When working with a new program to manage my genealogical database, I create a practice file where I can see what happens if I separate people from their spouses, parents, children, etc. I “marry” people who aren’t married to see if I can easily clean up my mistake.
Then if I can’t fix my errors, it doesn’t really matter. And the ease with which I can fix these mistakes tells me if I really want to use the software or not.
FamilySearch has updated the following database since our last post:
This index was created using county marriage records.
The following databases are showing as new or updated on FamilySearch:
This includes the Bethany United Church of Christ in Tioga. Other churches I don’t know about as I only searched for people of personal interset
Selected (extremely selected) marriages from Boone, Champaign, Christian, Cook, DeKalb, DuPage, and Hancock Counties.
FamilySearch has added the following database to it’s list of United States data databases since our last posting: