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National – Find My Past has added an additional 500,000 pages this month to their Irish newspaper collection.Four new titles were recently added, including the .This website won’t help you find a specific ancestor, but it does provide great context. [Doegen Records Web Project] National – The collaboration between Family and the National Archives of Ireland is starting to bear some really interesting results.According to an article in the Irish Times newspaper, by the end of this year will host the General Register Office’s database of its indexes of births, marriages and deaths.Included are 1821 census abstracts and baptism, marriage and burial records from various churches in the county. Roots Ireland now has over 20 million records online. [Monaghan County Genealogy Records] If you know of new online genealogy records that we may have missed then please send us an email at [email protected] can include genealogy records from anywhere in the world and in any language.Please include a link to the new records in your email.

National – Find My Past has added an additional 2.5 million Irish petty court records to their collection.

The new additions include a further 2.5 million court records that span the years from 1828 to 1912.

Many of the new records come from Galway, Roscommon, Westmeath and Limerick, with major further additions from Donegal, Waterford, Tipperary, Cork, Carlow and Kilkenny.

One notable new title comes from Northern Ireland – Lisburn Herald and Antrim and Down Advertiser. Find My Past’s Irish newspaper collection now contains 115 different titles spanning the years from 1708 to 1955.

In total, there are 20 million searchable articles. [Historic Irish Newspapers] , it consists of sound recordings made from 1928 to 1931.

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