We are delighted to announce the addition of 2227 marriage records in County Tipperary for the Roman Catholic parish of Boherlahan & Dualla, 1810-1900. For an up to date list of sources for South Tipperary and to search these records, go to tipperarysouth.rootsireland.ie and login or subscribe as required.
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We are delighted to announce the addition of over 25,600 new Kerry Roman Catholic baptismal and marriages records to our database at Roots Ireland! They are as follows:
- Killorglin Marriages: 1798-1851 & 1884-1911 (7,986 records);
- Ballyheigue Marriages: 1858-1900 (1,142 records) ;
- Dingle Baptisms: 1823-1899 (16,521 records).
- BRIDGETOWN CIVIL BIRTH RECORDS, 1881-1941 (2500 records);
- NEW QUAY RC BAPTISM RECORDS, 1846-1900 (2102 records);
- BODYKE RC MARRIAGES, 1832 -1900 (858 records);
- CARRIGAHOLT RC MARRIAGES, 1832-1900 (1075 records).
We are delighted to announce the addition of the following South Mayo records to our South Mayo database:
- Baptisms Ballyovey CofI parish, 1829-1918 (101 records);
- Baptisms Kilvine RC parish 1908-1923 (720 records);
- Marriages Ballyovey CofI parish, 1854-1954 (32 records);
- Deaths Ballyovey CofI parish, 1880-1966 (65 records).
We are delighted to announce the addition of almost 10,000 Armagh records to the Roots Ireland database. They are as follows:
- Seagoe CI baptism, marriage, and deaths, 1672-1821 (9050 records);
- Seagoe CI Hearth Rolls, 1662 (149 records);
- Seagoe CI Landholders, 1709 (128 records);
- Montiaghs CI baptism records Register 4, 1851-1867 (385 records).
‘In Anxious Expectation’, a conference co-organised by Cavan Genealogy and the Mellon Centre, Omagh, takes place on Wednesday and Thursday 26th-27th July, beginning at 9.30 am Irish time. The links below will take you to the live stream events.
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Kildare is a county rich in heritage and history including equine, military, music, literature and much more. It is the birthplace of St Brigid, the patron Saint of Ireland; her life and legacy are being celebrated and commemorated through the ‘Brigid 1500‘ program of events.
It is the birthplace of the global brand Guinness, its founder Arthur Guinness, and the great explorer Ernest Shackleton. The County has a long association with Ireland’s Defence Force at The Curragh and is known as the ‘thoroughbred county’ given its vibrant equestrian sector.
Kildare County Council wants to support its Kildare diaspora to connect with each other through relevant and interesting stories, events and news relating to Kildare’s international connections.
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