Navigating Irish Birth, Marriage and Death Records

Maurice Gleeson
Sep 6, 2018
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Other Sources
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General Registry Office
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Church Records
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About this webinar

In the last year or so, many of the civil registration records are coming online. Most of these are available for free via and digital images of the original record can be downloaded. Civil registration started in 1864 for most records. Prior to this, one has to rely on church records for tracing further back and these can be very helpful indeed or not at all – coverage is patchy and most records peter out around 1800-1830. However, all of Ireland is covered by two websites and most of this research can be done from the comfort of your own home.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Maurice Gleeson is a medical doctor by first profession (psychiatry, pharmaceutical medicine) and now works as a professional genetic genealogist. He authors several blogs (e.g. DNA and Family Tree Research) and has been a regular contributor to g
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