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Chrissies

Chrissies Report 1 Jul 2012 07:58

thanks mary i'm just starting to get back into doing my genealogy after a break had to refresh my brain this may help me out as well to find my family

Helen

Helen Report 4 Jul 2012 21:19

Thank you for these great links Teresa - I've finally found the reason why I started all this, I've found details of the ancestors who brought my family from Ireland to England. Can you help me in how to get a copy of the certificate?

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 4 Jul 2012 22:32

Hi Helen

It depends on what approx dates you are looking for and whether it's Northern Ireland or Southern Ireland.

Have a look at the 2 websites below and it will give you details of when RC and non RC records began and how to order

http://www.groni.gov.uk/index.htm For Northern Ireland BDM’s

http://www.groireland.ie/ For Southern Ireland (Eire)
for Southern Ireland's New website below to order the certificates on line.
http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/find_a_service/bdm/certificates_ie

http://www.irishgenealogy.ie is a Free website with thousands of Baptism and Marriages records but NOT all of Ireland is covered.
Just go to Search Records and enter a name and it will come up with the Church records in the different areas that are on line at the moment.

Mauatthecoast

Mauatthecoast Report 5 Jul 2012 19:48

Hi Chrissies just popping on here to ask if you have census info. for your Ancestors?

Mau

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 6 Jul 2012 21:04


I Googled

'County Dublin Towns and Registration Districts'

and found a list which you can copy, save and print.

Helps to know which part of Dublin County a Town's Registration District is in.

Haven't googled other Counties though!

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 6 Jul 2012 21:08

Just found this for

Alphabetical by counties of Ireland: civil registration districts

http://www.irish-genealogy-toolkit.com/Ireland-civil-registration.html

Padraig

Padraig Report 10 Jul 2012 16:25

An addition on Familysearch.org I have just come across is the addition of 3.12 million records - Ireland Prison Registers 1790-1924 and yes my Gtgrandfather was such a naughty boy.

RStar

RStar Report 11 Jul 2012 22:46

If anyone has Timms or Neligans I'd love to hear from you.

Gary

Gary Report 21 Jul 2012 21:15

Hi there,I'm looking for info on my grandma. She was from Dublin,Ireland possibly the Maryland suburb.she was called Christine Marie mills and was born on the 21/4/28 I carnt find a thing about her.
Please help
Thanks
Gary

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 21 Jul 2012 22:30



This looks like her Birth Registration.

Ireland, Civil Registration Births Index, 1864-1958 about Christina M Mills
Name: Christina M Mills
Mother's Surname: Timmons
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1928
Registration district: Dublin South
Birth Country: Ireland
Volume: 2
Page: 502
FHL Film Number: 101230

You can now order it on line from here.

http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/find_a_service/bdm/certificates_ie

Gary

Gary Report 22 Jul 2012 08:27

That's great Teresa,thanks very much I'll get started on her mother and father now,much appreciated.
Thanks again
Gary

john

john Report 30 Jul 2012 16:18

It is so very difficult to find details of my Grandmother, BRIDGET DOWLING. She was born in Dublin during the late 1890.ss and married William SYME from Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Grandad Syme was a member of the British Army and my Father James St James Syme was boprn in 1924 at Tralee.
If you can help me in any way to trace any relations I may have in Dublin, then I would be GREATLY obliged to you.
Regards,
John SYME

Joy Kentish Maid

Joy Kentish Maid Report 30 Jul 2012 19:29

John, please look in http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/ for her baptism:
it does not give her exact date of birth nor baptism but does give the names of her parents: http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/details/2f5c840039243

Her marriage certificate will give further details of use to you.

Shelley

Shelley Report 30 Jul 2012 22:20

I have come to the dreaded BRICK WALL!
Patrick LANNAN (c1770) married to Catherine Maher(c1775) R Catholic.
I have their son Martin c 1790 and a possible brother Michael b.1799 (Wexford)....are there any more siblings ? and Patrick/Catherines parents.?

Martin Lannan married Anastasia Griffen, lived in Swiftsheath Kilkenny.
Son Patrick married Bridget Farrell, I have most of their children and details of migration to Australia. Again I am looking for Patrick's siblings and also Bridget's siblings and G parents(Father Martin Farrell/Mother Anastasia ?Breen) also lived in Swiftsheath Kilk. Anastasia Breen may have been born in Carlow, however I am not 100% sure of her surname.

I have been told that LANNAN is derived from LEONARD but I am not sure about that at all.

Padraig

Padraig Report 4 Aug 2012 16:33

For Mayo researchers more precisely Ballina and its townlands early Baptismal details form 1823 to be found at http://www.irishhereandthere.com/

GinaS

GinaS Report 10 Aug 2012 11:20

Hi Teresa,

Connaught Rangers Museum keep records of over a 100,000 men, 40% of whom were Irish. Records from 1793 - 1870. Detailed Documents on every Soldier.

Address: King House, Military Barracks, Boyle, Co. Roscommon.

Curator: Oliver Fallon.

Tiggykanga

Tiggykanga Report 20 Aug 2012 23:35

Up - Useful information

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

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

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

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.