Genealogy Wise

The Genealogy & Family History Social Network

Findmypast.com celebrates Irish Family History Day with 21 million Irish birth, marriage and death records


 

Findmypast.com recently added 21 million new Irish birth, marriage and death records (1800s to the 1950s) to its already staggering collection of historical records.

 

In celebration of Irish Family History Day on January 24, visitors to findmypast.com will have free access to findmypast.com records with a promotional code that will be announced on the findmypast US blog.

 

“The addition of 21 million new birth, marriage and death records to our website means we will now have more than 60 million Irish records on our website, including census and parish records,” said Cliona Weldon of findmypast Ireland. “There has never been a better time for people to explore and discover the details of the lives of their Irish ancestors.”

Births, marriages and deaths are central events in peoples’ lives and these types of records are essential in developing the framework of a family tree. Findmypast carries the most detailed and thorough collection of Irish records ever seen in one place – providing a fascinating insight into Ireland’s history and making Irish family research easier and more accessible than ever before. Check out the full list of records on findmypast.com.

 

Irish Family History Day will be celebrated on January 24 in countries around the world, including the USA, Ireland, the UK,

 

Findmypast is a proud partner of The Gathering Ireland, a year-long celebration in 2013 of Ireland and all things Irish.

 

The Ireland BMD collection is also available across all international findmypast sites as part of a World subscription:

 

www.findmypast.com.au

www.findmypast.ie

www.findmypast.co.uk

 

Views: 106

Comment

You need to be a member of Genealogy Wise to add comments!

Join Genealogy Wise

Comment by Mariann Sanders Regan on January 24, 2013 at 2:38pm

Here on Irish Family History Day, I will have to try once more to find our lost Kirven emigrant. We have barely 2 records from the 1700s in Maryland, and nothing on where he came from. I'll copy these databases, and thanks!

Members

Badge

Loading…

© 2020   Created by Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service