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Michael C. O'Laughlin

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Irish Genealogical Foundation

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Irish Genealogical Foundation

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Employment History

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Democratic Repulic of Congo


Affiliations

Irish Roots

Founder


The Hedge School

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Irish American Cultural Center

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Irish Roots - The Book of Irish Families Great & Small

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Listen to the author and publisher, Mike O'Laughlin, talk about his book.
Author and editor, Michael C. O'Laughlin served as president of the Irish Genealogical Foundation for 20 years and holds the position as editor-in-chief of the journal of Irish Families. He has published over 35 titles on Irish history and family research. Compiled and edited by Michael C. O'Laughlin.


Meet the Authors

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The Four Masters; Geoffrey Keating; John D'Alton; John O'Donovan; John Francis O'Mahony; P.W. Joyce; Owen Connellan; William F.K. Marmion; Rev. George Hill; Richard F. Cronnelly; B. W. DeCourcy; Robert E. Matheson; Michael O'Laughlin; Edward Neafsey; (Rev. Patrick Woulfe absent).
Michael C. O'Laughlin Michael C. O'Laughlin. As Mike would put it, 'it's all due to the fact my ancestors were the O'Donoghues of Glenflesk, Co. Kerry, and the O'Loughlins of County Clare, Ireland'. His amazing accomplishments tell us that there has been quite a lot of effort involved as well. Michael is: The founder of the Irish Genealogical Foundation (1978); The proprietor of the Irish Roots Cafe (2000); The editor of the monthly Journal of Irish Families(1980); and The most published author in his field. He has published, written or edited over 60 books, including works on every county in Ireland; and is the author of 10 hard bound books which remain in print to this day! Hundreds of his articles have been published over the last 25 years. He personally leads tours to Ireland; and offers courses in Irish Family History. His publications are too numerous to list here. Mikes first hard bound book was 'The Complete Book for Tracing Your Irish Ancestors' published in 1980. His most popular remains 'The Book of Irish Families, great and small'. 'The Irish Book of Arms', another of his hardbound works, displays documented family coats-of-arms and heraldry recorded over several centuries. Recently he has published the classic 'Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters'. The Irish Genealogical Foundation, found on the web at www.Irishroots.com is a good source for all of his work. His works have helped tens of thousands uncover their roots. Many have gone on to a deeper appreciation of the Irish and Irish-American heritage through his books and monthly publications. It is a journey which he took himself. Michael tells us that he 'could not help but share the experience with others', and that is the tale of all that followed. O'Laughlin is not limited to the printed word. He produced a 6 session audio cassette course in 1984. He now hosts the worlds first Irish family podcast via the internet. Everyone is invited to listen in. It is great to hear him 'in person', at last ! He has also started an Irish DNA project in conjunction with familytreedna. It is not surprising that we find him so involved, as it seems he is always on the cutting edge of family research and genealogy.


Irish Archives - Family Tree

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The families of County Clare, Ireland: Over one thousand entries from the archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation by Michael C O'Laughlin
Book of Irish Families: Families of County Limerick, Ireland by Michael C O'Laughlin


Irish Roots - Meet the Authors

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Michael C. O'Laughlin
Michael C. O'Laughlin. As Mike would put it, 'it's all due to the fact my ancestors were the O'Donoghues of Glenflesk, Co. Kerry, and the O'Loughlins of County Clare, Ireland'. His amazing accomplishments tell us that there has been quite a lot of effort involved as well. Michael is: The founder of the Irish Genealogical Foundation (1978); The proprietor of the Irish Roots Cafe (2000); The editor of the monthly Journal of Irish Families(1980); and The most published author in his field. He has published, written or edited over 60 books, including works on every county in Ireland; and is the author of 10 hard bound books which remain in print to this day! Hundreds of his articles have been published over the last 25 years. He personally leads tours to Ireland; and offers courses in Irish Family History. His publications are too numerous to list here. Mikes first hard bound book was 'The Complete Book for Tracing Your Irish Ancestors' published in 1980. His most popular remains 'The Book of Irish Families, great and small'. 'The Irish Book of Arms', another of his hardbound works, displays documented family coats-of-arms and heraldry recorded over several centuries. Recently he has published the classic 'Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters'. The Irish Genealogical Foundation, found on the web at www.Irishroots.com is a good source for all of his work. His works have helped tens of thousands uncover their roots. Many have gone on to a deeper appreciation of the Irish and Irish-American heritage through his books and monthly publications. It is a journey which he took himself. Michael tells us that he 'could not help but share the experience with others', and that is the tale of all that followed. O'Laughlin is not limited to the printed word. He produced a 6 session audio cassette course in 1984. He now hosts the worlds first Irish family podcast via the internet. Everyone is invited to listen in. It is great to hear him 'in person', at last ! He has also started an Irish DNA project in conjunction with familytreedna. It is not surprising that we find him so involved, as it seems he is always on the cutting edge of family research and genealogy.


Mike O'Laughlin of the Irish Roots Cafe talks about discovering shared family history through new media - Voices of the Past

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Mike O'Laughlin of the Irish Roots Cafe talks about discovering shared family history through new media
For Mike O'Laughlin of Irish Roots Cafe, it took him on a trip to discover his Irish roots and began his journey to help others find theirs using his books, blog, podcast and personal tours of Ireland. Today we join Bethany Frank as she talks with Mike O'Laughlin. Mike is going to explore the ease of podcasting and how he uses it to share connect folks around Irish heritage worldwide. O'Laughlin: Well I guess we are talking about how I got into the website and the Irish heritage or the Irish American heritage, and actually now it is the Irish heritage all over the world - Canada and Australia and England and Ireland and the U.S. It's amazing. O'Laughlin: Really I was on the web for several years before I even started the blog. O'Laughlin: Basically it was born out of fun. O'Laughlin: No. O'Laughlin: I will tell you, it still takes me a while to jump into things. O'Laughlin: Well, first of all, better microphones. And then the little setting on the machine. O'Laughlin: It's a Cafe. Is there a difference? O'Laughlin: Well they call it the sean nós. O'Laughlin: It's really, that's a very good question, It's really presence of everything I've ever done on the Internet. O'Laughlin: Yes. O'Laughlin: Yes. O'Laughlin: Well what we are doing is also teaching and trying to bring up and save the Irish culture and heritage in what little way we can by reviving the old ways, the old songs, the old history. O'Laughlin: Yeah, that's really my current issue. O'Laughlin: I think we are linked up with Family Tree DNA, and we interview them everyone once in a while with the podcast to tell us about R1B, which is a distinctive Irish marker, or moving up to M222, which is another marker. And so, they tell us what to look for and what has been traced back and examples of let's say this fellow, the minute he took his DNA, he knew he came from this village in County Clare because that is where this DNA marker first started. O'Laughlin: Yes.


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