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Enhanced BMD - now missing!

   If you had a chance to get onto the enhanced index at IrishGenealogy.ie immediately after the launch, and found some recent connection, congratulations!  After being online for a about two weeks, they disappeared with the message, “Civil Records Search temporarily unavailable.  …

The Genealogist’s Top Ten Places to Visit in IrelandPart 2

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  Last week I looked at the first five locations, all in Dublin.  This week I’ll expand to places outside of Dublin.

6.  The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

   In 2011 PRONI relocated from it’s location on Balmoral Avenue in South Belfast to the Titanic Quarter.  …

The Genealogist’s Top Ten Places to Visit in Ireland

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   Irish Central recently published their list of the Top Ten Places to Visit in Ireland.  You may have seen it since it’s been posted and shared across Facebook and Twitter over 3300 times.  …

Enhanced BDM Index at IrishGenealogy.ie

      

   As I tweeted the end of last week, IrishGenealogy.ie has added “enhanced” indexes to births, deaths and marriages to their website.  What does that mean?  Civil registration began in Ireland in 1864 for all births, deaths and marriages, and in 1845 for Protestant marriages.  …

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