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Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives: latest update

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives has been concentrating on headstones and Irish Constabulary records from 1858 (service numbers 22751 – 24000) in the second half of September. The following are now free to access on the website.

Antrim Genealogy Archives
Headstones – Cushendal, Layd Church, & St Cuthbert’s, Dunluce
Military & Constabulary – Irish Constabulary with native county of Antrim 1858 (partial)

Armagh Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
Irish Constabulary with native county of Armagh 1858 (partial)

Carlow Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
Irish Constabulary with native county of Carlow 1858 (partial)

Cavan Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
Irish Constabulary with native county of Cavan 1858 (partial)

Clare Genealogy Archives - Photos
Heffernan, Michael & O'Dea, Mary ca 1875

Cork Genealogy Archives - Headstone Photos
Dunmanway; St. Finbarr's Burial Ground (New)

Dublin Genealogy Archives - Deansgrange Cemetery
Deansgrange Cemetery, St. Nessan's Part 9

Fermanagh Genealogy Archives - Military Records
Irish Constabulary with native county of Fermanagh 1858 (partial)

Kilkenny Genealogy Archives – Headstones
Listerlin; St. Davids Church Graveyard, Pts 1 & 2

Tipperary Genealogy Archives– Photos
Heffernan nee O'Dea, Mary ca 1865



Layd cemetery, Antrim. (Courtesy of Yvonne Russell)