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  • CIGO Guide to Irish Calendars of Wills and Administrations
    entries Administrations for 1859 1860 are included in full 1878 1917 32 counties The search links above for 1858 1877 can also be used for the period 1878 1917 As there is no consolidated index for this period there will be only one search result for each grant The NAI website confirms that up to 1917 the Calendars cover the whole of Ireland but since 1918 they cover only the 26 counties in the Republic 1918 1922 Although the afore mentioned database is entitled Calendars of Wills and Administrations 1858 1922 as of 4 June 2013 it includes only one grant issued in 1921 and only two grants issued in 1922 There are many entries for 1918 1920 which all appear to be taken from a card index covering only the Principal Registry in Dublin and the District Registries in the 26 counties However some of the Principal Registry entries between 1918 and 1922 may relate to testators with addresses in what became Northern Ireland in 1922 Due to gaps in the digitised records for these years it is advisable to check the original hard copy Calendars in the NAI and or PRONI 1858 1919 District Registries of Armagh Belfast Londonderry The PRONI Will Calendars database 1858 1943 includes entries relating to the District Registries of Armagh Belfast Londonderry which cover what became Northern Ireland However up to 1921 it also includes border areas of what later became the Republic of Ireland as Armagh and Londonderry probate districts extended into parts of Monaghan Cavan and Donegal These entries abstracted from the all Ireland Calendars of Wills and Administrations can be found on the PRONI website As of 3 June 2013 part of 1921 had still to be added to this database as did all of 1920 These three district registries were abolished in 1921 NB for the pre 1922 period this database does not note any grants issued by the Principal Registry which was based in Dublin 1922 1943 Northern Ireland In 1922 a new Principal Registry was established in Belfast to serve Northern Ireland The PRONI Will Calendars database is complete for the six counties of Northern Ireland for the years 1922 1943 1923 1982 Republic of Ireland Individual calendars for this period can be downloaded one by one in PDF format by clicking on the relevant year in this table 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 The desired name of the deceased can be located by scrolling through the downloaded file in a PDF viewer Unfortunately these PDF files are very large and are not searchable for administrators executors or other fields Individual pages from Will Calendars can also be downloaded as TIF files

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  • CIGO Events Diary 2011
    Irish Family History Society Annual General Meeting members only Afternoon talks open to non members Free Admission No booking required Location Dublin city Library and Archive 138 144 Pearse Street Dublin 2 Time 11am AGM 2 15pm The Irish in Newfoundland by Aidan O Hara 3 15pm A Madwoman in the Attic the Davises of Cloragh Rathfarnham by Selina Guinness 16th Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch Annual General Meeting and Lecture Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 Time 2 30pm AGM members only 3 15pm Lecture all welcome admission free Speaker Dr Billy Colfer Settlement Patterns on the Hook County Wexford 21st Thu Clare Roots Society Monthly meeting Location Ennis Civic Rooms Time 8pm Speaker Gerry Kennedy From a photograph to a family genealogy A research case study May 11th Wed Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland APGI Table Quiz with slight genealogical historical flavour Doheny Nesbitts Lower Baggot Street Dublin 2 8pm sharp Tables of Four 20 per table Full bar APGI 1986 2011 25 Years to the Fore in Irish Genealogy 19th Thu Clare Roots Society Presentation of prizes to the schoolchildren of County Clare for the Junior Genealogist Memorial Card Schools Collection Project Location Old Ground Hotel Time 8pm 21st Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch Annual Genealogy Open Day All day session four speakers All welcome admission free Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 Time 10am 4pm 23rd Mon CIGO Council meeting postponed due to closure of Dublin city centre for visit by Barack Obama 6pm Freemasons Hall 17 Molesworth St Dublin 2 Council members only 30th Mon CIGO Council meeting rescheduled and relocated Location Dublin City Library Archive Gilbert Pearse Street Dublin 2 Time 6pm Council members only June July August 2nd Tue CIGO Council meeting Location National Archives Bishop Street Dublin 8 Time 5pm Council members only 23rd and 24th Tue Wed Orlagh House National Heritage Week Open Days Location Old Court Road at Junction of Ballycullen Road Near Exit 12 on the M50 Time 11am to 4pm More information at http www orlagh ie or from Tel 01 4958190 September 14th Wed Western Family History Association Public Meeting Location Claregalway Hotel Time 8 15pm Michael Carroll on his experience researching his 2 recently published family local school history books Of Beaty Rarest and Valley of The Milk 21st WEDNESDAY Clare Roots Society Monthly meeting note change of day preceded by launch of the Society s first Genealogy and Family History Conference Location Ennis Civic Rooms Drumbiggle Ennis Time Launch at 7 45pm lecture at 8 00pm Speaker John Joe Conwell on the Ireland XO project 24th Sat Irish Family History Society Autumn Seminar full day Location Dublin City Library and Archive 138 144 Pearse Street Dublin 2 10 30 Mario Corrigan Kildare Library Arts Service the need to go digital 11 30 Brian Donnelly NAI Hospital Records Lunch 12 30pm to 2 00pm at own expense 2 15 Brian Donovan

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  • CIGO Events Diary 2010
    workshops with Paddy Waldron Pól Ó Duibhir and Eoin Bairéad 3 30 Finish April 10th Thu Irish Family History Society Annual General Meeting members only Afternoon talks open to non members Free Admission No booking required Location Dublin city Library and Archive 138 144 Pearse Street Dublin 2 Time 11am AGM 2 15pm Seán Ó Dúill 19th century death burial customs in the West of Ireland 3 15pm Siobhán Fitzpatrick Genealogy sources at the Royal Irish Academy 22nd Thu Clare Roots Society Monthly meeting Cancelled due to volcanic ash problems Location Ennis Civic Rooms Time 8pm Jim McNamara American records 24th Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch Annual General Meeting members only and Lecture all welcome admission free Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 Time 2 30pm AGM 3 15pm Lecture Colum O Riordan Dictionary of Architects Builders and Craftsmen May 11th Tue CIGO Council meeting 7pm Freemasons Hall 17 Molesworth St Dublin 2 Council members only 20th Thu Clare Roots Society Launch of the Ennis Parish 19th Century Records Online Location Cathedral House If you plan to be there please let Fíona de Buitléir know as soon as possible 22nd Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch Annual Genealogy Open Day All day session Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 June 16th Wed Department of Tourism Culture and Sport See http www irishgenealogy ie news html The Minister for Tourism Culture and Sport is pleased to announce the addition of further Church Genealogy Records at http www irishgenealogy ie Church Baptism Marriage and Burial records from pre 1900 are due to be added for Dublin City Carlow Cork City and West Cork and Kerry These additional records along with the digital image of these records will be launched by Mary Hanafin TD Minister for Tourism Culture and Sport and the Archbishop of Dublin The Most Rev Dr John R W Neill This event will take place on Wednesday 16th June 6 00pm in St Werburghs Church near Christchurch Dublin 2 16th Wed Raheny Heritage Society RAHENY HERITAGE SOCIETY Evening lecture at 6 30pm in Raheny Library Howth Road Glasnevin Cemetery from Waterloo to the Congo Dead by Shane MacThomais Shane has been the resident historian and tour guide to Glasnevin cemetery for more than 10 years A second generation historian Shane has been involved within the Dublin historical and literary fields for over 15 years He is the author of Glasnevin Ireland s Necropolis and currently writes a weekly column in The Northside People newspaper July 7th Wed CIGO Council meeting Council members only 5 30 pm in the National Archives Bishop Street Dublin 2 after a short meeting we are hoping to adjourn for early dinner August September 4th Sat Western Family History Association Conference Location Claregalway Hotel Time 2pm Nora Keohane Hickey Clans of Ireland Joan Sharkey IFHS Paddy Waldron CIGO The State of Irish Genealogy click here for outline of Paddy Waldron s presentation 23rd

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  • CIGO Events Diary 2009
    in Stephens Green Hotel August 22nd Sat Irish Family History Society Summer Outing to Historic Town of Kildare Printable booking form and full details on IFHS website Numbers limited book early 29th Sat Clare Roots Society Heritage Week event ENNIS CATHEDRAL THE BUILDING ITS PEOPLE A guided tour by Clare Roots Society covering its history and the stories behind its building burial plots and memorial plaques Venue Cathedral of Ss Peter Paul Ennis Date Saturday 29th August 2009 Time 3 00 P M Admission Free As part of this year s Heritage Week Programme Clare Roots Society members are making a presentation in conjunction with guest speaker Br Martin Brown of Glenstall Abbey regarding Ennis Cathedral its building burial plots memorial plaques From the individual speakers we will learn of Cathedral s conception in 1821 to its various developments over 180 years the deaths of a stone cutter and mason while building the Cathedral the story of the 5 priests and 5 bishops buried within its grounds the background to Dean Barrett the Bishop who never was the Cathedral Clerks who were caretakers of the wealth of records left to us the various priests who ministered to the people of Ennis surrounding townlands and much more September 14th Mon Who Do You Think You Are The RTÉ One Television series in which RTÉ employees and celebrities trace their ancestry begins a new run at 9 35pm RTE presenter Ryan Tubridy follows his family history from poverty in Connemara to the centre of the former British Empire 16th Wed CIGO Council meeting Time and venue to be confirmed 17th Thu Clare Roots Society The first meeting of the 2009 10 session takes place at 8pm in the Civic Rooms in Ennis recently vacated by Muhammed Ali and entourage It will be

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  • CIGO Events Diary 2008
    Henry Eustace Cross tried and hanged in Cork Gaol in 1888 for poisoning his wife 3 15 Mary Beglan Online Sources for Irish Genealogy Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 8th Tue Cork Genealogical Society Computer Workshop Location L D S Family History Centre Sarsfield Road Wilton at 8 00pm 12th Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch 2 30 Annual General Meeting Members Only 3 30 Post AGM Lecture details to be announced May 13th Tue Cork Genealogical Society A talk by Brian McGee Cork City Archivist Cork City Archive Location L D S Family History Centre Sarsfield Road Wilton at 8 00pm 17th Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch Annual Genealogy Open Day All day session full details to follow Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 June 28th Sat Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch This year s Annual Summer Outing will be to Northern Ireland where will will be given a guided tour of Stormont Parliament Buildings followed by lunch served in the members diningroom In the afternoon we will be shown around Hillsborough Castle Hillsborough Co Down Cost to be announced a little later when finalised We expect this venue to be popular so it is important that expressions of interest in attending should be e mailed to Steven Smyrl at smyrl indigo ie without delay All welcome July To be updated August 6th 9th Wed Sat British Isles Family History Society USA British Isles Family History Society USA s 20th Annual Seminar 6 9th August 2008 aboard the Queen Mary Hotel Long Beach California USA Presenting 39 lectures over three days focusing on researching British Irish ancestry Go to www bifhsusa org for complete seminar details All welcome 16th Sat Irish Family History Society

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  • CIGO Events Diary 2007
    138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 21st April Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch AGM 2 30 3 30 Lecture Nostri Plena Laboris Some glimpses into the Archives and history of the Royal Dublin Society Ballsbridge Speaker Mary Kelleher Librarian RDS Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 May 19th May Irish Genealogical Research Society Ireland Branch 9 30 am 4 30pm Open Day Series of lectures See www igrsoc org ireland branch htm Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 June Sat 23rd June Irish Genealogical Research Society Visit to Wicklow Jail and Kilruddery House Bray Joint with the Irish Family History Society See www igrsoc org ireland branch htm Sun 24 June Raheny Heritage Society Day trip to Athlone River Cruise July No events August Fri 24th August Irish Family History Society Afternoon Outing to Dublin Diocesan Archives Afternoon outing to Dublin Diocesan Archives Archbishop s House Lower Drumcondra Road Drumcondra Dublin 9 No charge See http homepage eircom net ifhs IFHSnews htm September No events October 6th October Irish Family History Society Saturday All Day Seminar at 10 00am 5 00pm in Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 10 00am Registration 10 30am Forgotten slighted obscure underused sourcesfor Irish genealogy Steven Smyrl M A P G I 11 30am Jacob s Biscuits A Part of Dublin Douglas Appleyard Writer Local Historian 12 30pm 2 00pmLUNCH 2 15pm The Irish Times Digital Archive Joan Ward Library Council of Ireland 3 15pm Some Recollections on the Royal Irish Constabulary Pat Callery Admission free Lunch at own expense Location Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 November 10th November Irish Family History Society November Morning Meeting at 10 00a m 1 00pm in Dublin City

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  • GRO letters - decentralisation 1992
    Award Bookstore News Current Campaigns General Register Office Access to Records Church Records 1926 Census Links Events Diary Genealogy Courses News General Register Office From The Irish Times 5 November 1992 From The Irish Times 9 November 1992 Back to

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  • GRO fees press release 1997
    passports colleges employment Those of the Irish people tracing their roots face a whopping increase of 200 in the cost of research facilities at Joyce House The department through the introduction of new and punitive charges for these services is determined to insure that family history a basic human civil right is to become the preserve of well healed tourists or the rich here in Ireland The Minister Mr Brian Cowan T D in agreeing to this massive increase is poised to deal a final blow to kill off roots tourism in Ireland already reeling from the recent negative fall out of the Comptroller Auditor General s value for money report on the Irish Genealogical Project now with the Oireachtas committee on public finances The Council of Irish Genealogical Organisations CIGO has been unable to obtain commitments from the Department on increased public access to these records or indeed a marked improvement in productivity at Joyce House These vital records dating from 1845 are utilised in the two basic functions of the office issuing of certified copies of Birth Death Marriage records to the public family and social history research There appears on close examination no basis to justify these

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