Friday, 17 March 2017

Findmypast celebrates St Patrick's Day

Ireland, Directories 1636 - 1799 Browse has over 20,000 records taken from 85 volumes of Irish directories and almanacs published during the 17th and 18th centuries.

Ireland, Legal Administration contains over 1,600 records that will allow you to discover about those put on trial or who worked in Ireland's court system. Explore publications related to the law and courts including prison studies, Assizes records, lists of judges and a guide book for Civil Service clerks produced by Bram Stoker.

Ireland Memorial Inscriptions contains over 1,400 records. The collection consist of explore eight publications of indexes to memorial inscriptions found in 58 cemeteries across Dublin, Meath, Louth, and Wicklow.

Ireland Surnames & Family Histories is supplemented with over 800 records, It is described as a rich and varied collection consisting of 10 historic family and local history publications with over 7,000 pdf images of assorted documents.

Ireland, Histories & References has over 14,000 records added. Four 19th century Irish histories and reference guides; the Album of Ireland, A Little Tour of Ireland, Ireland in Pictures and The Tourist's Picturesque Guide to Ireland.

Ireland, Society of Friends (Quaker) births has over 302,000 new birth records from all over Ireland with date, place of birth and parents' names.

Ireland, Society of Friends (Quaker) marriages has 20,000 additions. Discover when, where and to whom was married as well as occupation, parents' names and who attended the ceremony.

Ireland, Society of Friends (Quaker) deaths adds over 24,000  dating back to 1654. Discover when they died, where they were buried and the names of those they left behind.

Ireland, Society of Friends (Quaker) congregational records has an additional 250,000 Irish congregational records with details of the meetings attended and the activities engaged in.

Ireland, Society of Friends (Quaker) school records has over 9,000 new records added to the collection which now contains over 53,000 records and covers six different schools.

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