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  • Val wish Id never started
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    Mine are in Cork and Dublin have already sent for a few on the Ireland site but they were wrong so am hoping they can be narrowed down more on that one .

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  • margaretmarch
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    Originally posted by Val wish Id never started View Post
    Thanks Margaret none of mine then, hope they will come soon
    I'm lucky, mine are from Antrim and possibly Down so will be able to fill in some blanks!
    Margaret

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  • Val wish Id never started
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    Thanks Margaret none of mine then, hope they will come soon

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  • margaretmarch
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    Originally posted by Val wish Id never started View Post
    thanks Elwyn I dont know what places Northern Ireland covers ?
    Have a look here http://www.familytreeforum.com/conte...rthern-Ireland Val - 7 counties in NI.
    Margaret
    Last edited by margaretmarch; 22-04-14, 20:08.

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  • Val wish Id never started
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    thanks Elwyn I dont know what places Northern Ireland covers ?

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  • Elwyn
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    Originally posted by Val wish Id never started View Post
    where can you see the images online please?
    It's only possible to see them for Northern Ireland at present, on the GRONI site. However I understand that GRO Roscommon is planning something similar for the Republic of Ireland in the not too distant future. NI records are on:

    https://geni.nidirect.gov.uk

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  • Val wish Id never started
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    where can you see the images online please?

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  • margaretmarch
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    Originally posted by jean banaszak View Post
    hi, thanks for your replies. I will take a look at those.

    Christine, the marriage certificate details for one I want is on Ancestry but I want to send for the original copy plus a birth certificate. Im sure I saw somewhere that the Irish Certificates were £13.00.

    jean
    The ones from NI were £14 at one point but now you can see the images on line for £2 so that's what I'll be doing in future.
    Margaret

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  • jean banaszak
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    hi, thanks for your replies. I will take a look at those.

    Christine, the marriage certificate details for one I want is on Ancestry but I want to send for the original copy plus a birth certificate. Im sure I saw somewhere that the Irish Certificates were £13.00.

    jean

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  • Christine in Herts
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    Have you checked that the record you want isn't amongst what's available on Ancestry, now?

    Christine

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  • PhotoFamily
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    And maybe this thread?
    http://www.familytreeforum.com/showt...iv-Reg-records

    And FamilySearch does have a few Birth & Marriage records, 1864 - 187x. These are not just the Civil Reg Index (they have that, too, for more years), but the actual records for those years. You can tell it's the complete record by how much information is on it (the actual date, names of all parties, etc). If you find it, you can request it from them with their free scan service

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  • PhotoFamily
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    This thread may help - do you need a certified cert (!) or just a copy?
    http://www.familytreeforum.com/showt...iv-Reg-records

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  • Elaine ..Spain
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    It's 20 euros from the GRO ..
    http://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Gener...er-Office.aspx

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  • jean banaszak
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    Irish Birth and Marriage certficates

    can anyone recommend a site to order a birth and marriage certficate for Cork, Ireland. Ive just looked at a few and they want anything from 30 to 40 euro for each one.

    thanks
    jean
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