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  • CIGO Links
    Limerick City Register of Electors 1869 1954 Limerick City Register of Freemen 1719 1817 Limerick City Rent Accounts 1774 1956 Limerick City Union Board of Guardians Minute Books 1842 1922 Limerick County Infirmary 1835 1958 Limerick County Militia 1797 1846 Limerick Motor Car Owners 1912 1914 Limerick Trade Directories 1769 1925 Pigot s Provincial Directory of Ireland 1824 Protestant Householders of 1740 Ulster Religious Census 1740 1766 fragments Religious Census 1766 fragments Co Antrim L derry Slater s Commercial Directory of Ireland 1846 Thom s Directories Dublin and Ireland various years Tipperary town county various transcribed sources Tithe Applotment Books 1820s 1830s Ulster Covenant of 1912 PRONI Ulster Freeholders Records PRONI Ulster Street Directories PRONI Ulster Towns Directory 1910 Back to Top Church Bodies Records Archives Societies Anglican Record Project Church of Ireland Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland Catholicireland net Catholic Presbyteries database Catholic Parish Register List NLI Church of Ireland Church of Ireland Gazette editions for 1913 Church of Ireland Parish Register List Records held at RCB Church of Ireland Parish Registers Complete listing prodced by RCB Church of Ireland Parish Register List Locations detailed created 2014 Cork Presbyterian Unitarian Congregational records 1717 1900 Irish Confraternities Irish Church Records Irish Family History Foundation IrishGenealogy ie Irish Jewish Roots Methodist Church in Ireland Methodist Historical Society of Ireland Presbyterian Church in Ireland Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Quakers in Limerick Representative Church Body Library Church of Ireland Back to Top Church Records Parishes Co Clare Ennis parish Roman Catholic Back to Top Civil vital record Registration and similar FreeBMD England Wales General Register Office Ireland General Register Office Northern Ireland Guide to Irish Civil Registration I CIGO 2000 Guide to Irish Civil Registration II by Paddy Waldron Guide to Irish Civil Registration III by Claire Santry Ireland Statistical Reports 1864 2000 Irish Civil Registration Indexes Online 1845 2013 free site Irish Civil Registration Indexes LDS 1845 1958 free site Irish Civil Registration Indexes Ancestry com 1845 1958 pay site Map of Ireland s Superintendent Registrar s Districts in 1898 Superintendent Registrar s Districts aka Poor Law Unions US Social Secuirity Death Index SSDI Walker s Hibernian Magazine Irish Marriages 1771 1812 i Walker s Hibernian Magazine Irish Marriages 1771 1812 ii Waterford County Civil Death Registers 1864 1901 Back to Top Commercial Organisations Directory of Irish Genealogy Kenny s Bookshop Back to Top Court Records Chancery Records Coroners Reports to 1920 PRONI Back to Top Emigration Irish Emigration Database Back to Top Famine Irish Famine Memorial Sidney Australia Back to Top Genealogical Family History Societies Irish Genealogical Research Society established 1936 Irish Family History Society established 1984 North of Ireland Family History Society established 1979 See also constituent members of CIGO Back to Top Genealogical Publishers Eneclann Flyleaf Press Irelandhome com Irish Lives Remembered Irish Roots magazine Back to Top Genealogy History Blogs An Extract of Reflection A blog with extracts of records mainly Northern Ireland Irish Genealogy News Claire Santry The most comprehensive Irish genealogy news blog Irish

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  • CIGO Events Diary
    like to use the CIGO Events Diary to find events that you would like to attend then you can either bookmark this page and visit it whenever you wish or use the following address to access the CIGO Events Diary from other calendar applications https www google com calendar ical 0ofsibgff3f7tm1fchlv7i60bo 40group calendar google com public basic ics You can copy and paste this address into any calendar product that supports the ical format for examples see here If you would like to start using the CIGO Events Diary to publicise the events of one of CIGO s constituent organisations then you can either preferably request CIGO to show your organisation s Google Calendar on this page if your organisation does not alreay have a Google Calendar please see here for advice on setting one up or request permission to add your organisation s events directly to the CIGO Events Diary In either case please send an e mail to info cigo ie from the e mail address that you use to log in to Google Calendar stating clearly which method you wish to use and giving the address of your organisation s Google Calendar in ical format if appropriate

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  • CIGO Genealogy Courses
    Tel 353 21 4621912 or 4631696 Co DUBLIN Genealogical Society of Ireland Dun Laoghaire An eight week course led by genealogist John Hamrock and for maximum of six students at a time Class meets weekends for two and a half hours Cost 300 Tel 353 87 0505296 Independent Colleges Dawson Street Dublin 2 Twelve week Diploma course delivered in conjunction with the Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland and led by professional genealogist Paul Gorry Taught through a weekly seminar lasting three hours Runs two or three times a year Cost 895 Tel 353 1 6725058 Irish Times Training Tara Street Dublin 2 Tracing your Family History is an eight week course taught by professional genealogist John Grenham through a weekly three hour class Cost 750 which includes a one year subscription to the Irish Times Irish Ancestors website Tel 353 1 4727101 Ormonde Business School Dublin Short part time day Diploma course Contact college for details Tel 353 1 4904050 Malahide Community School Comprehensive beginner s course runs bi annually starting September and January for 10 weeks taught by Claire Bradley For enquiries please phone 353 1 8460949 or email adulted at malahidecs dot ie Peoples College Parnell Square Dublin 1 A ten week evening course Cost 65 Tel 353 1 8735879 University College Dublin Certificate Course Contact college for more information Tel 353 1 7167123 Co GALWAY NUI Galway Adult Education Galway Contact college for more information Tel 353 91 524411 Co KILKENNY Irish Origins Research Agency Ormonde College Kilkenny A ten week course on the methods and sources involved in undertaking family research running from September to December every year For more information contact pnolan iora ie or phone 353 56 7721483 Co LIMERICK The Irish Ancestry Research Centre IARC University of Limerick The Centre a University

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  • CIGO Constitution
    on an annual rotation basis as determined by the Council The Council at the first Council meeting after the Annual General Meeting shall elect the Hon Secretary Hon Treasurer and Public Relations Officer The Council shall be empowered to appoint other officers as may be required from time to time All Officers of the Council shall hold office for a period of not greater than twelve months and shall retire at the Annual General Meeting but thereafter shall be eligible for re election in accordance with this Constitution Council Voting Rights and Procedures The Council shall in all its deliberations take cognisance of it being a committee representative of organisations and shall endeavour to arrive at all decisions by consensus There shall be a special onus on the chair to strive earnestly for this end However in the event of a vote each Voting Organisation shall be entitled to exercise two votes one for each of its representatives present at the Council meeting The Chair may only exercise his her vote in the case of equality The Member organisation appointing the position of Chair shall be entitled to appoint an additional representative to the council The representative of a Voting Organisation may table a resolution for consideration by the Council at an appropriate stage during a meeting of the Council The Chair may at its discretion allow discussion and may also at its discretion limit the time for discussion of the resolution The Council may only adopt the resolution if there is unanimity In the event of a failure to reach a unanimous view consideration of the resolution shall be deferred to the next meeting when it shall appear as a separate item on the agenda If the Council still fails to reach a unanimous view on the resolution the members will then vote on the resolution in the manner set out above Council Meetings The Council shall meet at least six times in each calendar year on dates determined by the Hon Secretary Notice of all Council meetings shall be delivered in writing to each Voting Organisation at least seven days prior to the date of the Council meeting The Council shall not be held responsible for postal delays or non delivery by the postal authorities The Hon Secretary shall draw up the agenda of the meetings in accordance with established practice and in consultation with the Chair The Hon Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of the meeting in a Minute book in which he will record in particular attendance and all votes The Minutes of the previous Council meeting shall be confirmed and signed by the Chair at the commencement of the following meeting The quorum for all Council meetings shall be the appointed representatives of four Full Constituent Organisations The Hon Treasurer shall cause proper records of all income and expenditure to be kept and present a report thereon to each Council meeting Sub Committees The Council may from time to time appoint certain

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  • EXPLORING IRISH GENEALOGY NO 2 - IRISH CIVIL REGISTRATION- WHERE DO I START?
    DO I START Published in 2000 as the title suggests its subject is understanding locating and using Irish civil registration records vital records held by the Irish General Register Offices in Dublin and Belfast GRO The authors Eileen M O Dúill and Steven C ffeary Smyrl both members of the Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland guide the reader through the historical background of Irish civil registration Beginning with the Public Register maintained by the Irish Anglican Church in the early seventeenth century they move on to deal with the Non Conformist marriage controversy of the 1830 40s that was the eventual spark that led to Irish civil registration beginning in April 1845 Running to eighty pages this publication will prove to be an eye opener even to the inveterate researcher Subjects covered are how to use and understand the GRO indexes what information is recorded in Irish birth death and marriage records tips about surname and first name usage registration through the Irish language understanding conflicting dates of birth and baptism using the 1911 Irish census returns in conjunction with GRO records the under used source of non Catholic Marriage Notice Books late registration non registration omissions adoption births

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  • 2007 Award

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  • Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland - CIGO
    Courses Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland Visit APGI Website Established 1986 The Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland APGI acts as a regulating body to maintain high standards amongst its members and to protect the interests of clients Our members are drawn from every part of Ireland and represent a wide variety of interests and expertise The ongoing involvement of individual members in lecturing and publishing maintains our position

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  • Blessington Family History Society - CIGO
    published The Four Stone Tree a history of Blessington by Vincent Byrne author 2003 The Blessington Estate 1667 1908 by Kathy Trant Anvil Books 2004 and a video A Journey Through West Wicklow by Julie and Maureen Phibbs West Wicklow Films 2004 In 2006 the society transcribed and printed a copy of the Blessington Roman Catholic parish register for the years 1819 1852 Lectures organised by the society are generally

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