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Kilvoydan Graveyard Records, Co. Clare
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This page features free records for Kilvoydan Graveyard, Co. Clare....   Added: 2014-04-20
Baptism and Marriage Extracts, Church of Ireland, Carlow Town, 1747-1855
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A few baptismal and marriage extracts from the Church of Ireland parish registers of Carlow town, Co. Carlow. Spellings are exactly as I read them wit...   Added: 2014-04-20
Baptism Records, Galmoy, Co. Kilkenny, 1863
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I’d recommend that you look to the registers of Johnstown, Co. Kilkenny and Rathdowney, Co. Laois for other possible events relating to people from ...   Added: 2014-04-20
Marriage Records, Durrow, Co. Laois, 1861-62
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Reasonably speaking, this is a nice ‘modern’ section of a parish register. It’s in a parish register book so the priest only had to fill in the...   Added: 2014-04-20
Baptism Records, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, 1847
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From-Ireland.net have indexed the names of the baptised children and their parents from the Roman Catholic parish registers of Castlecomer, Co. Kilken...   Added: 2014-04-20
Monaseed Graveyard Records, Co. Wexford
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This page features free records for Monaseed Graveyard, Co. Wexford....   Added: 2014-04-20
Baptism Records, Freshford, Co. Kilkenny, 1825
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Diocese of Ossory, Freshford, Co. Kilkenny. Roman Catholic Baptisms 1825. National Library of Ireland (NLI) microfilm ref 5015. Latter Day Saints mic...   Added: 2014-04-20
Baptism Records, Ardstraw West, Co. Tyrone, 1846-47
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For the most part full names are given. Please remember that Sally can be Sarah. n.g. means that the name was not given. Blank spaces also mean tha...   Added: 2014-04-20
Waterford During the Civil War, 1641-53
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Traits and Stories from the T.C.D. Depositions (Continued) Edited by THOMAS FITZPATRICK, LL.D. LI John Crockford, of Killgraney, in the County of...   Added: 2014-04-20
Baptism Records, Muckalee, Co. Kilkenny, 1871-72
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Diocese of Ossory. Muckalee, Kilkenny. Roman Catholic Parish Records. Baptismal Index 1871-72. National Library of Ireland (NLI) film ref: 5026. Lat...   Added: 2014-04-20

The Gaelic Social Structure
It is often heard that one's ancestors were "Kings" of this or "Lords" of that, but our modern (and essentialy English) understanding of these terms c...  
Daniel O'Connell And The Doneraile Conspiracy: Page 1
Origins: The Doneraile Conspiracy of 1829 had its origins in the Whiteboy movement, a secret oath-bound society, which for about seventy years had ...  
Daniel O'Connell And The Doneraile Conspiracy: Page 2
Judges Address. Baron Pennefather then charged the Grand Jury, and was fair enough. He mentioned the evidence of informers, and advised that it sho...  
Daniel O'Connell And The Doneraile Conspiracy: Page 3
Mrs. Glover's Evidence. Mrs. Eliza Glover of Johnsgrove then gave evidence. She said she saw one of the prisoners in the dock, James McGrath, at Jo...  
Marriage Records, Rosbercon Parish, Kilkenny, 1864
Civil Registration of Marriages, New Ross Union, [1864, 1st Quarter], Vol. 4 26 January 1864 John Murphy (full age), bachelor, laborer, residence B...  
Rosbercon Parish Map, County Kilkenny
This is a section of an Ordnance Survey map of Rosbercon and the surrounding area. ...  
The Irish Short Story
The short story is, for me, a natural form, as difficult and as easy to talk about as, say, walking. Do we need a theory about going for a walk? About...  
Irish Genocide Or The Great Irish Famine?
"Those who governed in London at the time failed their people through standing by while a crop failure turned into a massive human tragedy. We must no...  
Gerald Keegan's Summer of Sorrow, 1847
In 1847, Gerald Keegan crossed the Atlantic in from County Sligo, Ireland to Grosse Ile, Quebec, Canada, which at that time was still part of Great Br...  
Letter To The Editor Of The Cork Examiner, January 29, 1847
Bandon Bridge Place, Jan. 23rd, 1847 H SIR--permit me to call your attention to the awful condition of the poor of this town. I shall confine mysel...