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Monday, 31 December 2012

Impressive 2012 finale from IGP-Archives

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives has this month finished transcribing the 1854 Irish Constabulary records. For a change of pace the archivists have added the Killinick Vestry Book and several ship records. In addition, some great old photos of headstones from St.Begnet's Cemetery, Dalkey, Co Dublin have been uploaded.

GENERAL IRELAND Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – 1854 Irish Constabulary with no Irish County stated
EmigrationShip Diana 18 May 1803; Ship Active 6 May 1803; Ship Wilmington 9 July 1803

DUBLIN Genealogy Archives – Headstones
Dalkey; St.Begnet's Cemetery

FERMANAGH Genealogy Archives – Church
Garvery; Baptisms, Marriages and Burials (3 large files)

MAYO Genealogy Archives – Local History
Toughanane, Mayo

TYRONE Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1854 Irish Constabulary men

WATERFORD Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1854 Irish Constabulary men

WESTMEATH Genealogy Archives - Military & Constabulary
1854 Irish Constabulary men

WEXFORD Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – 1854 Irish Constabulary men
EmigrationShip Margaret 12 July 1803
Cemetery – Old Ross Memorials
Church – Killinick Vestry Book

WICKLOW Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – 1854 Irish Constabulary men
Arklow Parish Church Records
Cemetery: Arklow; St. Gabriels, Arklow & Barinsky Gravestone Inscriptions

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