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Registers survive for about one third of the parishes throughout the country. Generally, records held at the National Archives do not post-date , although a small number range into the twentieth century.
There are microfilm or other copies in the National Archives of the surviving Church of Ireland parish registers for the Dioceses of Ferns, Glendalough, Kildare and Meath, as well as many from other parts of the country. Further information is available in Church of Ireland parish registers on microfilm in the National Archives.
Further information on alternative sources held in the National Archives is available in Church of Ireland Parish Surrogates. A list of all Church of Ireland parish registers , indicating whether they survive and where they are held, is available in the National Archives and also on the website of the RCB Library. The names and addresses of the clergy are given in the annual Church of Ireland Directory.
Records of marriage licences provide information concerning some Church of Ireland marriages before People wishing to obtain a licence to marry without having banns called were required to enter into a bond with the bishop of the diocese. The licences and bonds do not survive in most cases , but the indexes to the bonds lodged in each Diocesan Court and the Prerogative Court are available on microfilm in the reading room. Some of the indexes have been published.
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Some other records of marriage licences are indexed in the Testamentary card index available in the Reading Room. The Parish Searches consist of thirteen volumes of searches made in Church of Ireland parochial returns generally baptisms, but sometimes also marriages.
The searches were requested in order to ascertain whether the applicant, in the period c. Sometimes, only one search against a specific individual has been recorded from a given parish.
Multiple searches against various individuals in city parishes have been recorded in volume thirteen. These volumes are available on microfilm in the reading room. Parochial registers of baptisms, marriages and burials of the Church of Ireland Anglican Church post have been deposited in the RCB or remain with the relevant parishes. Original parochial registers i.
Transcripts and some digitised images of Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland parochial registers of baptisms, marriages and burials, for the pre period, are available free of charge on www. This site is hosted by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
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An Irish Jewish family history database is available at www. The county Fermanagh Ancestry project has been researched and published online by various genealogy and historical groups situated throughout the county. There are several FREE ancestral records of county Fermanagh available to research for anyone who is interested or has Irish roots in this Irish county.acmisupworkval.tk
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The Fermanagh Genealogy project, carried out by The Irish Genealogy Hub team, began in and the society will continue to research and publish historical documents online as long as our dedicated team of volunteers are available to do so. This page is laid out in the following format. First we have linked Fermanagh Ancestry records for the entire county. Most of the published records can be found under the Fermanagh's civil parishes listed below. We have also published details of church records for each parish in Armagh as well as graveyard records, maps and Fermanagh ancestry books.
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Click on any of the links below to go to the coresponding set of records. Like all the other county records published on this website, the Fermanagh Ancestry documents are free to anyone wishing to research them. However it takes both time and money for the team to produce such a vast amount of data for all who visit this genealogy site.
The Fermanagh ancestry team welcome all donations no matter how large or small and every donation is used for further research and travel costs.