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Monday, 1 April 2013

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives: Recent additions

Click for larger view of watch inscription
Below are details of the most recent additions to Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives. Each has been uploaded to the Archives in the second half of March.

Among the updates is a rather marvellous photo of a watch presented to Constable William Kearney in 1864 by Ballymena citizens to mark his departure from the County Antrim town. He joined the constabulary in 1845 and served in many counties of Ireland, both north and south. Click the photo to the right for a better view.

ANTRIM Genealogy Archives
Photos – Constable William Kearney's watch, 1864

CLARE Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – Irish Constables who joined in 1857

CORK Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – Irish Constables who joined in 1857
Cemetery – Kilgullane Churchyard Memorials

DONEGAL Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – Irish Constables who joined in 1857

DOWN Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – Irish Constables who joined in 1857

DUBLIN Genealogy Archives
Military – Irish Constables who joined in 1857
Headstones – Glasnevin Cemetery, part 13
Cemetery – Crumlin, St. Mary's Churchyard Memorials - STRANGE

FERMANAGH Genealogy Archives
Military Records – Irish Constables who joined in 1857
Headstones – Aghadrumsee, St. Mark's Parish, (CoI) and Aghalurcher Cemetery Pts. 1 & 2

GALWAY Genealogy Archives
Military & Constabulary – Irish Constables who joined in 1857