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Irish: Civil Registration

Civil Registration Records are one of the most important sources used by genealogists. 

Civil Registration Records are valuable research sources

Civil Registrations, which focussed on Birth, Marriage, and Death records, are generally used to create vital records in many countries. 

Irish: Civil Registration covers Post 1863 Ireland and Protestant marriage records beginning in 1845.

What You Will Learn:

The difference between civil registration and vital records including the implementation and effectiveness of civil registration. The history of Irish Civil Registration and the records that are in the archives are discussed. Late registrations, BMD (birth, marriage, death) records and indexes are explored as well as several military registers of civil events. Research strategies and other sources for registration records are also discussed.

This course can be taken for personal interest or as an elective. It is included in the Irish Records Certificate.

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Irish: Civil Registration

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