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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives: recent updates

Wiggins, Clogh Cemetery, Fermanagh
Photo: John Gardiner
See below the files and records added to Ireland Genealogy Projects (IGP) Archives in the second half of March:

CARLOW Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1849 Irish Constabulary Enlistees

CAVAN Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1849 Irish Constabulary Enlistees

CORK Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1849 Irish Constabulary Enlistees

CLARE Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1849 Irish Constabulary Enlistees

DOWN Genealogy Archives – Military and Constabulary
1849 Irish Constabulary Enlistees

DONEGAL Genealogy Archives – Military & Constabulary
1849 Irish Constabulary Enlistees

DUBLIN Genealogy Archives
Cemetery – Donnybrook Graveyard
Headstones – Mount Jerome, Dublin Part 70-75 (900 headstones)
Church Records – Glenageary, St. Paul's Church : Baptisms to 1900

FERMANAGH Genealogy Archives – Headstones
Clogh Church of Ireland Headstones

MEATH Genealogy Archives – Church Records
Baptisms bet. 1876 & 2001 at St.Patrick's Church, Trim (JACKSON)

LONGFORD Genealogy Archives – Church Burial Records
Deaths in the Parishes of Templemichael & Ballymacormick (1814 added)

OFFALY (KINGS) Genealogy Archives – Cemeteries
Croghan Hill New Cemetery – Partial Survey

In addition, a new Pamphlet – From Dromagh to Sydney - Gravestone Inscriptions in family history research, by Mary L. Walsh – has been added to IGP Cork County Genealogy page.