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The archives of the Church of Ireland, and particularly parochial registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials, are a primary source for genealogists and family historians. Although many registers were destroyed in the past, especially in the fire in the Public Record Office of Ireland in 1922, many others have survived…
In the event that you do not have a parish of origin, then please note that church registers will not be useful for your research. Unfortunately without precise location details (either a parish, townland, or the in the case of an urban centre, a street) we are unable to assist…
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Church of Ireland records for Dublin City, County Kerry and County Carlow are now online
The remaining Church of Ireland parish records for Dublin City, County Kerry and County Carlow have now been added to the Irish Genealogy website, together with a subset of the records of parishes in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross.
Archive of the Month June 2014 – Registers for Taughboyne parishes, County Donegal, transcribed and online to 1900
The churches of Taughboyne group, diocese of Raphoe
Continuing its commitment to make available transcripts of parish registers online, the Representative Church Body Library’s Archive of the Month for June heads to the…
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)
Saturday 12 June 2010Genealogical Website LaunchNext Wednesday evening in St Werburgh’s church, Dublin, the Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport, Ms Mary Hanafin TD, and the Archbishop of Dublin, Dr John Neill, will be the principal speakers at the launch of the second phase of the genealogy…
Saturday 14 July 2012
Werburgh’s Church Restored & ReopenedSt
Werburgh’s parish church, close by Dublin Castle and Christ Church cathedral,
is now open to the public on a regular basis following a major restoration
programme which began in 2010. The walls have been re–pointed and the entire
structure made watertight, conservation work has been…
Saturday 11 August 2012
Thursday the Archives and Records Association Ireland, the professional body
for archivists in Ireland,
will launch its annual archives awareness campaign. Although the Church of Ireland is not specifically involved,
the campaign presents an opportunity for the Church to reflect on its archival
responsibilities and to assess how…
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