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INFORMATION ONLY for those Searching for IRISH Gen

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Judith

Judith Report 20 Mar 2013 00:31

Hi Teresa,
Many thanks indeed for the list of websites.
Judith

caroline

caroline Report 19 Mar 2013 17:12

Im trying to find someone who was registered in the parish of Frame Park, Ireland but i dont where it is, think either waterford or wexford.

ta

Dopeydoc

Dopeydoc Report 13 Mar 2013 14:29

Teressa withIrish blood in her veins.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS INFO, i CAN HOPEFULLY NOW FIND MY ANCESTORS !

Sincerely, Dave :-) :-)

Judith

Judith Report 6 Mar 2013 12:45

Can you please give me any information on -
John Bell b Co Wexford c1858, Gardiner Domestic Servant, House 2 Sibylhill Dumcondra Rural Dublin
married Susan ? b Co Wexford c1863.
I already have the 1901/1911 Census
Many thanks, Judith

Joy Kentish Maid

Joy Kentish Maid Report 4 Mar 2013 21:20

http://www.militaryarchives.ie/about-military-archives/about-military-archives

The mission of the Military Archives is to acquire, preserve and make available to the public the documentary heritage of the Defence Forces and the Department of Defence.

http://www.militaryarchives.ie/news-events/single-view/article/irish-army-census-1922-phase-3?cHash=5918198e5a4d54812981400c5fd11201
The Military Archives have released phase three of the Irish Army Census 1922. Phase three enables a search by forename and/or surname of the entire collection and will return the results of the search in a webpage with a link to the Census Record.

http://www.militaryarchives.ie/collections/online-collections/military-archives-irish-army-census-records

Patricia

Patricia Report 25 Feb 2013 16:22

Hi Teresa,

This is a huge help, my father was Irish, so this information will really help me as I am a newbie to this and not good with anything tech. :-)

GinaS

GinaS Report 30 Jan 2013 17:39

What is the name of your great granddad and roughly what year was he born?

GinaS

Legionar

Legionar Report 28 Jan 2013 17:32

A Lot of info on here tried to print it only to find ink run out Been trying to get info on my g dad from wicklow Rathdrum might have more luck now.

GinaS

GinaS Report 18 Jan 2013 08:27

The GRO Genealogy Dept will now scan and send down copies of BMD's on request from their Office:
3rd Floor Irish Life Buildings,
Abbey Street,
Dublin 1

Change of Address: see Page 15 entry 11th October, 2013 10.01

MayBlossomEmpressofSpring

MayBlossomEmpressofSpring Report 24 Nov 2012 14:42

Thank you .

ampaol

ampaol Report 7 Nov 2012 17:54

thankyou for this info only just seen it will start searching .

Marian

Marian Report 22 Oct 2012 14:38

nudge

Unknown

Unknown Report 16 Oct 2012 20:29

Hello everyone, hope someone can help or point me in the right direction. I am researching my family name and have had some success at finding birth certifcates in the Co down area, Kilbroney. but really struggling when it comes to death certificates. my family name is Sloan, I have my great gandfather x 3 marrying Alice morgan in 1852 aug 2 in Newry & Mourne. I have found at least 2 sons, Charles and john. from here it gets confusing as they seem to move around alot, Charles marries ann white in liverpool in 1884 & has a son called william born in dublin in 1888. in 1901, 1911 they are living back in liverpool but in 1916 william (b1888) is married in newry in 1916.

I will try not to confuse anyone, i have death certificate for william sloan (1888-1945) & his father Charles (died 1916) however the rrst of the family who i assume are in Ireland I can not find any death notices. does anyone know the best place to look for death certificates?

Thanks to anyone who offers some help. :-)

rockfish

rockfish Report 11 Oct 2012 16:33

Many Thanks

rockfish

rockfish Report 11 Oct 2012 16:26

Does anyone have any information on the following
Brigidam Fowler Baptism date 20 April 1806 or her father Teadi Fowler or her mother Ann Clark
Baptised Roscommon Ireland
Seem to be stuck here.any information would be most useful
Thanks

BillySugar

BillySugar Report 6 Oct 2012 10:35

The National Records People are great as my next stage is Copies of Birth Certificates, who would have thought from three bits of Spit (www.ftdna.com)I have gone from Millions to now looking at 14 out of them 1 is my Great Grandad. My grandad who will then lead me to my real grandad.
Connor

Norma

Norma Report 31 Aug 2012 20:34

Having difficulty trying to find any information on my great-grandfather, James Fullarton, born about 1821 in Derry. I know he was in England by 1851 and married my great-grandmother in 1853 but I'm trying to learn more about his Irish background.

His mother was Agnes (maiden name unknown), born in Derry about 1790 and his father was, I believe, John Fullarton.

GinaS

GinaS Report 31 Aug 2012 07:42

This came through on the 29th Aug '12

Armagh, Cork North East and Waterford Records Added
The Irish Family History Foundation's Online Research Service (ORS) are pleased to announce the availability of additional records from the Armagh Ancestry, Mallow Heritage and Waterford Heritage centres.

See the Online Sources List for full details.

Just go to the following site and login using your existing IFHF login details.
http://www.rootsireland.ie

judy

judy Report 27 Aug 2012 19:17

It has been very difficult trying to find John Fury and Mary Ann Haley. These are very common names and there are many of them. I have tried some of the web sites with no luck. Thank you for all your hard work. All I have is approximate bds for both. It doesn't help that John changed the spelling after coming here because the nuns told him to. They both moved several times and seemed to always miss the different state census periods. After joing genes last week it has been amazing the amount of knowledge the members have and SHARE. Judy

:-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

Tiggykanga

Tiggykanga Report 20 Aug 2012 23:35

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