‘Murdered’ Protestants of Clone, Co. Wexford 1798
Small Sources 81: When researching in Irish or other archives a hidden treasure can sometimes be uncovered. This was the case on a recent visit to the Representative Church Body Library in Dublin. The RCB Library is the main repository for material generated by the Church of Ireland (Episcopalian) at a national or parish level. […]
How comprehensive are early Irish Civil records?
Registration of births, deaths and marriages in Ireland started in 1864 except for non-Catholic marriages which start in 1845. There are over 15.5 million records available on-line and they are a major resource for family history research. A separate blog provides the details of the records that are available and how to access them. However, […]