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Offline MacOisdealbh

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Dublin Records
« on: Thursday 17 February 22 22:50 GMT (UK) »
Hello all,
I have found irishgeneology.com best site to start from, then focus on the local church records, especially in cities and large towns like Dublin.
Thanks
MacOisdealbh
Costelloe, Whelan, Sheil,  Donohoe, Dwyer, Flanagan, Fahy, Hickey,East Galway:
 Graham, Williamson, Carmichael; Armagh
 Boyne, Russell, Kearns, Moore, Carty,  Dublin 2, Trinity Ward, Westland Row

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Re: Dublin Records
« Reply #1 on: Friday 18 February 22 07:23 GMT (UK) »

Here's the search site - https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/civil-search.jsp

Remember that for data protection reasons, births less than 100 years old, marriages less than 75 years and deaths less than 50 years will not be available online there.

See current info - https://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/news/154-update-to-the-civil-records-3

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Re: Dublin Records
« Reply #2 on: Friday 18 February 22 17:21 GMT (UK) »
I am stuck on the various Russell’s incl quite a few Christopher’s, all in St Andrews Parish as well.
Trying to find the GGGmothers name, Kearny’s and Houghton the main contenders.
Lovely photo of Benbulben!
Costelloe, Whelan, Sheil,  Donohoe, Dwyer, Flanagan, Fahy, Hickey,East Galway:
 Graham, Williamson, Carmichael; Armagh
 Boyne, Russell, Kearns, Moore, Carty,  Dublin 2, Trinity Ward, Westland Row

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Re: Dublin Records
« Reply #3 on: Friday 18 February 22 17:32 GMT (UK) »
Sorry, typo, it’s Kearns, St Andrews in Dublin 2. Strange as well that all of the address I have found are exactly where I have been prior to knowing my Dublin’s moms familie had lived there.
15 George’s St is an ancestor, I have been in the Arcade many many times, as a child visiting my gran, and as lately as 5 years ago with friends golfing!!
Stayed in the Schoolhouse by the Royal Canal dock, then find out my ancestors were born,  lived and died in the Emerald Cottages, the Lane way behind the Schoolhouse Hotel. !!
Reminds me of Kavanaughs lines :
On Pembroke Rd look out for my ghost,
Disheveled with shoes untied,
 playing through the railings with little children,
whose children has long since died”
MacOis

Remember that for data protection reasons, births less than 100 years old, marriages less than 75 years and deaths less than 50 years will not be available online there.

See current info - https://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/news/154-update-to-the-civil-records-3


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Costelloe, Whelan, Sheil,  Donohoe, Dwyer, Flanagan, Fahy, Hickey,East Galway:
 Graham, Williamson, Carmichael; Armagh
 Boyne, Russell, Kearns, Moore, Carty,  Dublin 2, Trinity Ward, Westland Row