mod9maple Registered User
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http://www.irishgenealogynews.com/2018/02/beyond-2022-project-aims-to-recreate.html

Seems like a worthy and interesting development. Might we hope they release the 1926 census at the same time. I remember someone on here had posted the contents catalogue a few years before. It'll be interesting to see, (and access) all the different resources, or at least those still extant.

What do you guys and gals think?

pinkypinky Moderator
#2

Thread in H&H about it as well.

I think it's going to have limited value for genealogy but a worth endeavour.

mod9maple Registered User
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pinkypinky said:
Thread in H&H about it as well.


Oh sorry! I never thought to check. I rarely go into it tbh. Do you want to lock it with the redirect? I don't mind.

shanew Registered User
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mod9maple said:
http://www.irishgenealogynews.com/2018/02/beyond-2022-project-aims-to-recreate.html
... I remember someone on here had posted the contents catalogue a few years before. ...


Herbert Woods Guide to the records deposited at the Public Records Office of Ireland - published 1919 (pdf document)

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pinkypinky Moderator
#5

No worries. I think that it has both genealogical and historical importance so there can be 2 threads.

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pedroeibar1 Registered User
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It's just too depressing to look through that book and see what was robbed from us and the damage the cretins caused with their explosion.

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