RECORDS IRELANDS - BIRTH
Genealogist in Ireland to Research your Irish Ancestors Family History
Death Record. Census Record. A system of civil registration of non-Roman Catholic marriages began in Ireland in April 1845. The system was extended to include all marriages in 1864. We can search for your ancestor's marriage record in the General Register Office in Dublin.
The date of the marriage.
The names of the fathers of the bride and groom, and the occupation of each gentleman.
The names and ages of the bride and groom and an indication as to whether they had previously been married.
The names of the witnesses to the marriage
The occupations of the bride and groom and their respective places of residence at the time of the marriage.
The name and location of the Church, Chapel or Cathedral where the marriage took place together with the details of the officiating clergyman.
IRISH GENEALOGY ANCESTRY
Guide to Irish Genealogy and Tracing your Irish Ancestry Resource Pack
At Irish Genealogy Ancestry we are Irish Authors based in Ireland. We have done many hours of work researching internet and archived resources to find our ancestors and have produced this package to save you time in researching your roots in Ireland.
Tutorials showing you how to use People Databases
Tutorials showing you how to use Surname Databases
Tutorials showing you how to use Parish/townland databases
Tutorials showing you how to use Ship/passenger Databases