Newspapers are a great source for obituaries, wedding announcements, birth announcements and general news stories. [Historic Irish Newspapers] National – The Irish Genealogical Research Society’s marriage database has now reached 50,000 names.This database is a good source for pre-civil registration marriages in Ireland and it is comprised of information from a variety of non-traditional sources such as chancery bills, diaries, deeds, marriage settlements, memorial inscriptions, wills, family letter and newspapers.
Please include a link to the new records in your email.With these new additions, Find My Past’s Irish newspaper collection consists of 119 different national, regional and local newspapers.The collection can be searched by first name, last name, place, country, newspaper and approximate date range. [Historic Irish Newspapers] National – Find My Past has added another 525,000 articles to their historic Irish newspaper 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.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 .What's New The Key to Understanding Family Relationships List of First Name Abbreviations New Genealogy Records Ten Effective Strategies on How to Build a Family Tree Google Limitations on Genealogy Searches Below is a list and description of the most recent genealogy records for Ireland (see list of most recent records for other countries).Many of these records can be searched using our free Genealogy Search Engine.This collection has been digitized from the British Library, with which Brightsolid (the parent company of Find Mypast) has a long-term digitization agreement.There are six newspapers in this collection: The Belfast Morning News (1857 to 1882); The Belfast Newsletter (1828 to 1900); The Cork Examiner (1841 to 1926); The Dublin Evening Mail (1849 to 1871); The Freeman’s Journal (1820 to 1900) and The Sligo Champion (1836 to 1926).As well, Family will in the next few months be releasing transcripts and images of the surviving fragments of the 1821 to 1851 censuses. Galway – Galway County is formally launching their online digital archive.Although small at the moment, the collection is expected to grow larger in the future.The star announced the news in two separate posts on Instagram this week, which show off her burgeoning baby bump.