Monday 25 March 2024

Deansgrange and Shananagh burial registers return online

Regular readers of Irish Genealogy News will recall that images of burial registers for Dublin's Deansgrange and Shananagh cemeteries disappeared from view on the EverAfter/PlotBox website towards the tail end of last year. (See my belated blogpost.)

I'm happy to report that the burial registers have been safely returned to the public pages. This means that headstone photos, transcribed inscriptions, cemetery maps and digisted burial registers can once again be viewed on the free to access website here.

Register entries usually include the deceased's name, age, religion, address of last residence and, for most men, profession or occupation, plus date of death, date of burial, a precise location of the grave or plot, fees paid, and the name of the funeral director. The example below is from 1948.

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