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Mary Report 28 Oct 2004 21:33

Genereunited is a great site but I need something further.Anyone there from Dublin who is interested in geneaology? I need to find a direct site in Dublin whereby I can log onto the information regarding my family (ancestors). Tomorrow (Friday) I am hoping to apply for my fathers birth certificate. Hopefully, after receiving this I can then go onto a genealogy site in Dublin / Ireland to progress with this. My paternal grandmother was married twice. The first marriage was in a church of ireland church, the second a roman catholic church. I would dearly love to get the first marriage certificateffff. Please can any of your contributers help?