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Many parish registers were destroyed in the fire in the Public Record Office of Ireland in 1922. However the RCB Library now holds over 1,159 original collections of registers, many of them in the context of larger collections of parish registers. The definitive and colour–coded List of Church of…
A small number of parish registers have been digitised and are available to view here and on the Anglican Record Project. This digital record is a work in progress.
Table of Church of Ireland Parish RegistersThroughout Ireland (Baptisms, Marriages, Burials & copies – Updated October 2020)
The Anglican Record Project, which is the work of Mark Williams, is an ongoing endeavour to make the registers of baptism, marriage and burial from Church of Ireland parishes available in a digital format (ie as indexed transcripts). The Project feeds into the Library’s long–term goal of digitizing and indexing…
I was born and brought up in Ireland (Rathfarnham Parish), but have lived abroad since leaving school nearly 40 years ago, mainly in England but also for short periods in Germany and France. I have been interested in tracing my family history since getting married and having children, but I wanted…
November Archive of the Month – the Anglican Record Project
with ancestry in the parish of Delgany and its vicinity in north Wicklow will
be particularly excited by the launch of a new web link via the Church of Ireland website, where transcripts of the
parish registers of baptism, marriage and burial from 1666 to 1900, together
with an index of names,…
January ‘Archive of the Month’ – The registers of Newtownbarry (Bunclody) Union
historians with ancestry in the vicinity of Bunclody, County Wexford, and its related parishes along the north–western boundary of
County Wexford with County Carlow, will be particularly pleased to view the first Archive of the Month
Saturday 25 May 2013
Rebranding of USPG Africa’s first Anglican woman bishop will
be in Ireland
next week to join the celebrations marking the rebranding of USPG as the United
Society – Us. The Rt Revd Ellinah Wamukoya,…
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