From RootsIreland (www.rootsireland.ie)
New County Limerick Records Added
We are pleased to announce that Limerick Genealogy has added 11,000 records to its database at rootsireland.ie/limerick including the following records:
- Presbyterian marriage records from Limerick 1813-1841 - 42 records
- Knocklong Roman Catholic marriage records 1830 & 1855-1860 - 137 records
- Knocklong Roman Catholic baptismal records 1817-1819 & 1854 - 312 records
- Caherconlish Roman Catholic marriage records 1843-1846 - 117 records
- Caherconlish Roman Catholic baptismal records 1841-1845 - 528 records
- 1821, 1841 & 1851 Census abstracts - 639 records
- Transcribed parish census from Pallasgrean in 1834 - 213 records
- Titaldoes of Limerick from Pender's Census, 1659 - 808 records
- Biographical notices of births, deaths and marriages from the Limerick Chronicle newspaper, 1823-1855 - 7106 records
- References to residents and subscribers from Limerick in Samuel Lewis' A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837 - 726 records
- Teachers in Limerick in 1824 listed in the Second Report from Commissioners of Irish Education Inquiry, 1826 - 505 records.
In addition to the above, where available, Limerick Genealogy has extended non-Catholic baptismal records up to 1919, non-Catholic church and civil marriages up to 1919 and death/burial records up to 1919. Updates and corrections to the database have also been made.
(With thanks to RootsIreland via email)
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