18 October 2021
TheGenealogist has just released records of baptisms, marriages and burials from Wexford Catholic Parish Records and new Dublin Will and Grant Books, a release comprising almost 1 million records.
The Dublin wills are from the Deputy Keeper Of Ireland, Index To The Act or Grant Books, and To Original Wills, of The Diocese Of Dublin 1272-1858 (26th, 30th, and 31st Report) and cover an area that is bigger than the current County of Dublin, as the diocese included a sizeable part of County Wicklow, some substantial parts of southern and eastern County Kildare, as well as smaller portions of Counties Carlow, Laois (Queen’s County) and Wexford.
Wexford parish records
The Wexford Parish records, which are being released at the same time, have been newly transcribed by TheGenealogist and also benefit from their SmartSearch, allowing you to look for the parent’s potential marriage records from baptism records and also potential siblings. Each result also has a link to view the registers on the National Library of Ireland’s website if you wish to see an image of the actual page of the Catholic parish register.
The release is available to all Gold and Diamond subscribers of TheGenealogist.