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Irish Births, Marriages and Deaths

 

 

We do look- ups for people on a strict rota basis. We cannot however do these for free, as much as we would like to. Our prices are as follows:

Prices

*   5 year look up for births plus copy of the relevant birth registration cert if found….. $50

*   5 year look up for marriages plus copy of relevant marriage registration cert if found….$50

*   5 year look up for deaths plus copy of relevant death registration if found…..$50

*   Please contact us if you require a certificate from the relevant church for births and marriages

*   Census Returns for 1901 and 1911 and copy of the original document …..$25 + postage

*   Total confidentiality assured.

 

Graves located and photos of headstones (if in existence) provided. Full details of this service email Dorothy@eircom.net

 

When you place a request please supply as much information as possible, it would be virtually impossible to locate a “ Paddy Murphy” from somewhere in Ireland, so please be realistic.

 

So far we have had a 100% success rate for 300 of our clients in obtaining written proof in the form of certificates of their relatives and ancestors.

 

We provide a refund facility of 50% of the fee if documentation is not found.

 

 

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 Photographs of the churches where your ancestors were married can also be arranged, how nice it would be to have a photo of the church as well as the marriage certificate, please email us for details on this service.

 

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Contact Information

E-mail address

Dorothy@eircom.net

 

Web address:

www.pdb23.ie

http://dorothy1104.tripod.com

 

 

 

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Current Projects

*   Completion of transcribing all births and marriages for North County Dublin 1763 – 1900.

*   Currently transcribing Parish of Rathmines for all known births and marriages of Byrne families.

*   Completion of transcribing all births for Malahide County Dublin  

 

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Last revised: 13/5/2002