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  • St Peter’s Drogheda registers 1702–1900 indexes online

    To view various indexed transcripts click here.

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  • Table of Church of Ireland Parish Registers throughout Ireland (Baptisms, Marriages, Burials & copies)

    Released online for the first time on Tuesday 1st July 2014 here July’s Archive of the Month from the RCB Library is a gift to the genealogical community and follows months of painstaking work to amend, cross–check and update the list of original parish registers (baptisms, marriages and burials) together…

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  • Kilternan parish registers 1817–1900 transcribed and indexed: a new contribution from the Anglican Record Project

    To view indexed transcripts click here. For the full list and onward links to all the parish registers digitized and available via the Church of Ireland website, click here

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  • A Colour–coded Resource of What Survives; Where it is; & with Additional Information of Copies, Transcripts and Online Indexes

    The List of Church of Ireland Parish Registers has again been extensively revised and updated, and in a collaborative project between the RCB Library and the Irish Genealogical Research Society (IGRS), it now includes live links to parish register sources – copies, transcripts and indexes –available…

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  • The Irish Huguenot Archive

    February’s Archive of the Month at the RCB Library showcases the Irish Huguenot Archive, and makes available online for the first time a detailed finding aid to its content. In 1993, the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland entered into an agreement with the…

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  • Taunagh Church Bicentenary Celebration 1818–2018

    Taunagh Parish Church, Riverstown, Co. Sligo, will be celebrating 200 years with a festival of events, from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th August. This will feature flower arrangements, a collection of local crafts and visual displays in the Church, 200 years of memorabilia in the Cooper Memorial Hall, and a genealogy and…

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  • Strokestown (Bumlin) Parish Registers and Monuments

    by Alan Moran & Mark WilliamsThe Archive of the Month for January 2019 presents the transcribed registers of the former union of Bumlin, centred on St John’s church in Strokestown, County Roscommon, together with the inscriptions on the monuments in the church and the surrounding churchyard. As…

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  • Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

    Strokestown Records On–Line The RCB Library’s Archive of the Month for January 2019 presents the transcribed registers of Bumlin, centred on St John’s church in Strokestown, Co. Roscommon, (now part of a group of parishes based on Boyle) together with the inscriptions on the monuments in the church and the surrounding…

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  • The Strokestown (Bumlin) Parish Registers 1811–1969

    The RCB Library’s online Archive of the Month kicks off 2019 with a gift to family and local historians, especially those with an interest in the Longford/Roscommon region. It will present the transcribed content of the parish registers of the former union of Bumlin, Kiltrustan and Lissonuffy in…

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  • Christmas Day Sermon preached by Bishop Paul Colton in Cork

    Sermon preached by the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, on Christmas Day, 2019. There are ways and ways of telling a story.  I might regale you, for example, with one which begins, somewhat pompously, with  ‘When I lived…

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