Leitrim Roots Festival 2013

Chips Off the Old Block:

As someone with some Leitrim Co., Ireland, roots I was glad to come across Alan Stewart’s post about the upcoming (September 2013) Leitrim Roots Festival. Sounds like a lot of fun and wish I could go. Alan has a great blog, by the way, with tons of great information for those researching their English and/or Irish roots.

Originally posted on Grow Your Own Family Tree:

Leitrim Genealogy Centre is organising its fourth Roots Festival to be held in September 2013.

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