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Lack of 19th Century Census records in Ireland

Discussion in 'Ireland' started by Bob Spiers, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. Bob Spiers

    Bob Spiers LostCousins Superstar

    Thanks for that tip AHNZ although my main research about my Irish roots was quite a few years ago, I don't recall that website unless I knew it in another guise. I will certainly check it out now and I am sure the tip will come in handy for others.
  2. At home in NZ

    At home in NZ LostCousins Star

    Marriage  - Edward O'Malley_Bridget O'Malley - Registrars entry.jpg
    It was quite a few years ago when i was using Roots too. I'm not sure how long I've been using the alternative but what I really like is being able to see the actual registers. They look like Parish registers but they are the Civil Registrar's entries. I was especially thrilled to find my great grandparents marriage in 1872. I had all sorts of different versions, including a photo of the actual church register that my brother obtained but it wasn't quite the same as what i got from Irish Genealogy.
    Attached is my great grandparents marriage from Irish Genealogy.
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  3. Kane133

    Kane133 LostCousins Member

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