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Include mother’s maiden surname and search marriage, birth and death records to work back towards grandparents, their siblings and their parents and so on.
Keep an open mind, and verify each record as you go, keeping the dates and family history in mind.
The records can also contain names of godparents or those present who witnessed a baptism or marriage which can also help with research.
For those of you lucky enough to have ancestors in Cork, Kerry, Carlow or Dublin you’ve probably already used the existing free church records database at which covers some records in these areas.
Other records which are incredibly useful are the Ireland Calendar of Wills and Administrations, 1858-1920 which are available on
This website is a great source of information generally, and the calendar of wills can give insight into estates and to whom they were passed after an ancestors death.
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For example, once a record of death is obtained you may find a death notice in one of the newspapers at the time.
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