Irish Birth, Marriage, and Death Records are now Online

According to the announcement at http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/:

irishgenealogyThe historic records of Births over 100 years ago, Marriages over 75 years ago and Deaths over 50 years ago of the General Register Office (GRO), are now available to view on www.irishgenealogy.ie, following their launch at 5.30pm on Thursday 8th September 2016.

The records are available at https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/civil-search.jsp.

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They are already online Dick – went up first thing Wednesday. Today is the official launch, but I’ve been up all night doing research into the Northern Irish records on the site, in case they get pulled at any point (they are offered separately by the GRO in Belfast on a commercial site).

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Thanks so much for this notification. I opened the website at the posted time and downloaded dozens of images documenting three generations.

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Here are more specific dates for the available records. Families that left Ireland during the famine are not included.
“The years covered by the release of the historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths are:
Births: 1864 to 1915
Marriages: 1882* to 1940
Deaths: 1891* to 1965
The General Register Office is currently working on updating further records of Marriages dating back to 1845 and Deaths dating back to 1864.These will be included in future updates to the records available on the website.”

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