Last minute Challenge…

The top keyer and reviewer for the Ireland, Famine Relief Commission Papers, 1844-1847 today and tomorrow (Mar 17 & 18) will win their choice of a DNA test (see if you are Irish!) or a 3 month World subscription.

Happy indexing! May the luck of the Irish be with you.

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Post did not appear until 10:30 am 3/18/2016.

It may have taken longer to see in your keying tool if you hadn’t logged out/in for a while. I am sorry you didn’t see it sooner.

It was also posted on the World Archives message board, and our Facebook page,

We had a great challenge – resulting in 697 records keyed and 1276 records reviewed. THANK YOU to all who participated.

Top keyer: Anna H, USA
Top reviewer: Kate R, UK

I didn’t see it either, and I am a prolific keyer of the Famine Papers. Also as a self-respecting Irishman (a first-generation American), I was where most of my fellow Micks were on St Patty’s Day – at Beef O’Brady’s (or it’s ilk).