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Irish Guide #2 - Irish Civil Registration and Church Records - Digital Download

Irish Guide #2 - Irish Civil Registration and Church Records - Digital Download

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Quick Reference Guide #2 of the Irish Research Series - Digital Download

Print guide also available

Author: Donna M. Moughty
Editor:
Lisa Louise Cooke

Civil Registration for all of Ireland began in 1864, with Protestant marriages dating back to 1845. Even if your ancestors left before that date, they likely had relatives that remained in Ireland. Prior to Civil Registration, the only records of births (baptisms), marriages or deaths (burials) are in church records. This Reference Guide will explain how to use the new online Civil Registration records as well as how to identify the surviving church records for your ancestors in Ireland. Hear from the author in the video below:

Quick reference guide includes:

  • Irish Civil Registrations history
  • Irish families, names, and variations
  • Strategies for locating Irish Civil Registrations
  • Northern Ireland research
  • Irish church records
  • Online and traditional resources for research

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Pages: 4
Year Published: 2017, 1st Edition
Format: Full color PDF download

Donna Moughty is a professional genealogist and former Regional Manager for Apple Computers. She has been conducting family research for over 20 years. She teaches classes for beginners and lectures on a variety of subjects including Internet, Irish research, and computer topics. In addition, she provides consultations, research assistance, and training. She is a member of Association of Professional Genealogists and the Genealogical Speakers Guild.


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