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  • Meeting on Genealogy Records. 7 Sep 2011
    influenced Civil Registration legislation North and South Add pre 1920 marriages and pre 1924 deaths to the GRO s internal computer database Make the computer database available to the public in the Irish Life Centre and the local offices Make it available via the Internet Exploit the FamilySearch org pre 1959 index End the five photocopies per day rule and extend opening hours Cost of EUR4 per photocopy compares unfavourably with GBP1 17 per online image for the equivalent service in Scotland Who is responsible for registering divorces Some coroners are not investigating parents names when registering deaths Census CIGO welcomes the free provision of the 1901 and 1911 censuses Respect feedback Transcription errors should be fixed as they are reported CIGO campaigned for many years for the release of the 1926 census CIGO welcomes the new government s commitment to release this census whether in unredacted or redacted form Church records CIGO welcomes the free provision of records for some counties at irishgenealogy ie and the promised digitisation of parish register microfilms in the National Library of Ireland There is still no countywide online access to records for counties such as Clare Cost of EUR5 per transcript from IFHF at rootsireland ie compares most unfavourably with GBP1 17 per online image for superior service in Scotland The IFHF policy that free access will be limited at the discretion of the IFHF and its member centres and a high volume of searches without the purchase of any records will lead to disabling of your account is doing untold damage to the international reputation of the Irish genealogy sector Post 1880 registers need to be imaged and conserved now Resources CIGO participated in representations to the previous government concerning possible work opportunity schemes in genealogy as part of the semi economic

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  • The State of Irish Genealogy in 2010
    e g National Register To formulate influence and co ordinate policy on all issues of concern to member organisations To encourage membership of CIGO by both Irish and Overseas genealogical and family history organisations CIGO Awards for Excellence in Genealogy 2007 Dublin City Public Libraries Archive 2008 The Irish Times 2009 National Archives of Ireland 2010 Any suggestions CIGO competition for schools CIGO campaigns 1926 Census petition General Register Office why no public access to computerised database used by local offices free online access to indexes via Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints saves 2 euro per look up 4 euro per photocopied entry preservation of and access to church records free access to some records now available from Department of Tourism Culture and Sport limited and overpriced 5 euro access to transcriptions of other records from Irish Family History Foundation It is always more helpful to see the handwritten original when trying to figure out the difficult words quote from http www antiquusmorbus com Index htm accounts closed for too many searches and too few purchases see discussion more content for the IFHF counties was available in the Central Signposting Index until it was removed very recently no public access at all to indexes compiled with public money FÁS etc for counties such as Clare which charges much greater look up fees higher fees for less work involved in countywide search no uniformity or rhyme or reason to cut off years Clare Heritage Centre decided in 1982 to index all records from 82 or more years earlier but where are the indexes to 1928 registers in 2010 Irish Genealogy Limited IGL a company limited by guarantee ceased to function in 2009 hence the traditional Irish split The controversy dates back to a 1996 report and before Custodians and suppliers of Irish genealogical records Creators of records are mostly public bodies e g Health Services Executive HSE Civil Registration Service Valuation Office Churches Irish Times etc Third party indexers of genealogical records The Internet is king e g State bodies free access National Archives of Ireland 1901 and 1911 census Tithes Department of Tourism Culture and Sport AskAboutIreland managed by An Chomhairle Leabharlanna supported by the Department of the Environment Heritage and Local Government with funding from the Information Society Fund Griffith s Valuation County Libraries e g Clare Voluntary bodies free access Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Irish Civil Registration Indexes etc Local societies e g Clare Roots Society contributes donated material to Clare County Library Parish websites e g Crusheen Ennis Kilmihil etc Townland index Leitrim Roscommon Non profit commercial bodies Irish Family History Foundation Clare Heritage Centre Profit maximising commercial bodies Eneclann coming soon Landed Estates Records going online early 2011 also all surviving prison registers up to 1922 Petty Sessions records Gale 19th Century British Library Newspapers Proquest another version of The Irish Times Irish Newspaper Archives The Irish Press coming soon ancestry com very few Irish databases but many Irish

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