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Posted 18/04/2019

Here at Eternally Irish we believe that it is important that the memory of those that have passed away is shared down to future generations. As with anything in modern life, advancements in technology have changed the way we interact with each other. Remembrance and grievance is no different. It is becoming increasingly important to leave a digital legacy for loved ones. An Eternally Irish Memorial is a safe, special place for you and your friends and family to share stories and memories of your loved ones.

The heritage of our past should be celebrated by the children of our future. We know that there are people with Irish heritage all around the world who want to encourage their children to embrace their culture. One of the best ways to do this is through an Eternally Irish memorial.

Eternally Irish Lifetime Memorial

You can create a memorial for recently passed family members and your ancestors who may have come from Ireland to America many years ago. This is a good way of honoring your ancestor’s memory and also teaching younger generations about your family’s Irish history.

On an Eternally Irish Lifetime memorial you can include your loved one’s name, date of birth, date of passing & association with Ireland. You can also locate your ancestral home and add it to our Interactive Map of Ireland. By doing this you can learn about your family’s ancestry, Irish place names and the history of your family name.

There are some other great features included too. Your friends and family can leave comments on the memorial, you can upload your loved one’s favourite music from YouTube and share your loved one’s memorial on Facebook.

You will also receive a personalised Eternally Irish Certificate and we will light an Eternally Irish candle for those who have passed away.
There is no better way to pass down the memories of your loved ones to future generations than an Eternally Irish Memorial. Engrave the story of a life on Eternally Irish to perpetuate the memory of your family.

Irish American Heritage Month

Just last month, US President Donald Trump declared March as Irish-American Heritage Month. President Trump noted that more than 31 million Americans look back with pride on their Irish heritage and the legacy of their ancestors.

He also said "generations of Irish immigrants have carried to our shores character, culture, and values that continue to play pivotal roles in the strength and success of America”. This is wonderful recognition of the contribution that Irish-Americans have made to American life and we look forward to celebrating Irish-American Heritage Month for years to come.

You can visit the Irish-American Heritage Center in Chicago and the Irish-American Heritage Museum in Albany, New York to learn more about Irish-American Heritage Month.
 
 

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