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In particular, the years from 1903 to 1927 will be indexed and put online.
These years lists the mother’s surname on the birth certificate.
Already, some burial records and Poor Law Union records have gone online.
The archive appears to be focussing on putting the most requested collections online first. [Galway County Digital Archive] Monaghan – Roots Ireland has added some genealogy records from Monaghan County.
Included are 1821 census abstracts and baptism, marriage and burial records from various churches in the county. Roots Ireland now has over 20 million records online. [Monaghan County Genealogy Records] If you know of new online genealogy records that we may have missed then please send us an email at [email protected] can include genealogy records from anywhere in the world and in any language.
Please include a link to the new records in your email.
Newspapers are a great source for obituaries, wedding announcements, birth announcements and general news stories. [Historic Irish Newspapers] National – The Irish Genealogical Research Society’s marriage database has now reached 50,000 names.
The collection can be searched by first name, last name, place, country, newspaper and approximate date range. [Historic Irish Newspapers] National – Find My Past has added another 525,000 articles to their historic Irish newspaper collection.
Examples of the most common misdemeanors captured in the records include public drunkenness, failure to pay rent and allowing livestock to wander onto the road. A typical Irish petty court record lists the date, name of the justice, type of complaint, name of the defendant, name(s) of witnesses and results of the judgement.
If the record involves something such as failure to pay rent, the record will also list the name of the person receiving the compensation.
National – Find My has launched an Irish newspaper collection.
Almost 2 million historical newspaper articles are now available on the website.A total of 136 speakers from 17 counties recorded 400 stories, songs, prayers, charms and parables.