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Irish Genealogy News
Some of the Personnel Files are extensive and contain superb family history information with parents names and birthplaces, occupation, level of education, current address, physical descriptions, marital status (plus name/address of wife) and dependents and brief details of any prior military service.
This means the survey results of some 800 of ROI's 3,600 historic burial grounds are now held on the project's interactive website – HistoricGraves.com. All counties except Donegal and Louth are represented. I don't know the exact total number of graves surveyed, but (based on some stats produced by the project team back in 2012), I'd estimate it's in the region of 68,000.
Tuesday 17 April:Family Finder 3, with Martin McDowell, a course over 3 consecutive Tuesday evenings (being repeated due to demand). Host: North of Ireland Family History Society. Venue: Honneyman Room, NIFHS Research Centre, Unit C4, Valley Business Centre, 67 Church Road, Newtownabbey, Co.
The collections have been sourced from Waterford County & City Archives and include the following record sets:Civil death registers* dating from 1864 to the early 1900s (56,000 records) Burgess Lists (6,300 records) Burials, from the Grave Inscription Database*, dating from 1620-1954 (5,400 records)
Parish by parish, the 97-page document pdf (2.1Mb) lists the registers that have been lost, and the registers (and the dates they cover) that have survived, and sets out details of where the latter, in copy/transcript or microfilm format, may be held or accessed.