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The Ireland Collection so far...
In case its your first visit to the site we thought we’d give you a quick overview of the records we currently have on the site:
Land & Estate Records
Land & Estate Records Exclusive access to the Landed Estates Court Records, available online for the first time.
Griffith’s Valuation: over 1.4 million individuals listed in the most comprehensive version of the records published since the 19th century.
Vital Records (BMDs)
Our birth, marriage and death records date as far back as the 13th century (Dublin Will and Grant Books Index 1270-1858) and include records of over 400,000 gravestones and church memorials, over 150,000 newspaper obituaries and four indexes to wills.
Censuses & Substitutes
This section contains some of the census data that has survived the destruction of the Four Courts during the Irish Civil War in 1922, dating as far back as 1749. It includes the 1851 Dublin City Census, The Census of Elphin 1749, the 1901 Dublin City Census: Rotunda Ward.
Our Directories section contains a wealth of directories and almanacs that include a wide variety of information on all walks of life from professionals and tradesmen to scholars. We have the most comprehensive collection of Irish National Directories dating back to 1814 including those by Pigot, Slater and Thom, which list principal office holders, gentry, professionals, tradesmen, hotels, schools, public institutions, churches and even pubs for each town.
Military and Rebellion
These records contain detailed information of Irish people involved in war and rebellion. They include Ireland’s Memorial Records (1914-18), featuring images by Irish artist Harry Clarke and The 1798 Rebellion: Claimants and Surrenders.
This is really just the beginning though, we’ll be adding new records all the time. For a more detailed explanation of all records on the site see: Using the Records.
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