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Free access to Ireland Family History Records at MyHeritage for St Patrick's Day weekend

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MyHeritage has announced it is offering free of charge access to its Ireland genealogy records to mark the weekend of St Patrick's Day 2019.

The offer runs from 14 to 20 March 2019 and records that can be searched include:

  • The 1901 Ireland census (4 million records)
  • The 1911 Ireland census (4 million records)
  • Ireland marriages 1619-1898 (1.4 million records)
  • Ireland, Griffith's Valuation 1847-1864 (1.2 million records)
  • Trade directories

Explore the collection here.

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