FindMyPast has announced the launch of 21 million new irish Birth, Death & Marriage records covering the period 1845 to 1958.
They also pointed out that they carry the most detailed and thorough collection of Irish records ever seen in one place, providing a fascinating insight into Ireland's history which is sure to make Irish research easier and more accessible than ever. (Their words, not mine)
They claim 'these records are crucial in your family history research as they allow you to quickly search multiple entries and match them against what you already know'.
There is only one way to check this claim - use the database and see if they are right!
FindMyPast is available to use within Manly Library and many other public libraries free of charge. So check it out first before you subscribe!
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