Dublin's Four Courts Photo by: Findmypast
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On 30 June 1922, the historic Four Courts complex on Dublin’s River Liffey was heavily shelled during the Irish Civil War. At the time, The Public Records Office of Ireland, home to centuries of Irish records, was housed within The Four Courts.