Fourteen rare volumes of genealogical lists of Irish-Jewish families in Ireland were presented to Dublin City Council’s Library and Archive today. The volumes were gifted by Stuart Rosenblatt, President of the Genealogical Society of Ireland. The set of 14 volumes presented by Stuart to the people of Dublin at Dublin City Library & Archive, is one of only five sets, and therefore is of immense rarity.
Using records of births, marriages and deaths, census returns, school registers, graveyard inscriptions, alien registration 1914-1922, and many other resources, Stuart Rosenblatt has brought together over 300 years of Jewish families residing in Ireland and enriching Irish life. At present he has over 52,000 names on his database dating from 1700. The database may be searched at: http://www.irishjewishroots.com/names.
Your first time is free to research, but you must register your email address and password. After that, enquiries cost € 20.00 (about $23 US dollars).