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From: Kay J <>
Subject: [nz] Irish Records on line
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2011 06:55:32 +1300


Posting this as it may be of help to someone
Helen

The Irish Family History Foundation's Online Research Service (ORS) are
pleased to announce the availability of an additional *35,000* birth,
marriage and death records from the *Monaghan Family History Centre* in Co.
Monaghan.

The following parishes have now been added:



Deaths Church of Ireland Currin 1816-1922 Church of Ireland Errigal Shanco
1877-1974 Roman Catholic Tydavnet 1825-1826 Births Roman Catholic Aghabog
1836-1898 Church of Ireland Clones 1755-1939 Church of Ireland Donagh (St.
Salvators) 1736-1897 Roman Catholic Donaghmoyne 1858-1886 Church of
Ireland Ematris
(St. John's & Kilcrow) 1795-1839 Roman Catholic Killeevan (Newbliss)
1867-1880 Roman Catholic Monaghan 1839-1900 Roman Catholic Tullycorbet
(Ballybay) 1862-1884 Marriages Roman Catholic Aghabog 1840-1906 Roman
Catholic Clontibret 1860-1882 Roman Catholic Donaghmoyne 1872-1880 Roman
Catholic Drummully 1865-1881 Roman Catholic Ematris (Rockcorry) 1849-1890 Roman
Catholic Kilmore 1836-1900 Roman Catholic Monaghan 1827-1926 Roman
Catholic Muckno
(Castleblayney) 1835-1920 Roman Catholic Tullycorbet (Ballybay) 1862-1876 Roman
Catholic Tydavnet 1823-1881

See the Monaghan Sources
List<http://www.rootsireland.ie/monaghan/generic.php?filename=sources.tpl&selectedMenu=sources>for
full details.

Just go to the following site and login using your existing IFHF login
details.
http://monaghan.rootsireland.ie

We now have nearly *19 million records online*.

Remember that you can purchase and spend your credit at any of the IFHF
online centres.

*We would also like to remind users that the price for individual records
is only €3.50 for the rest of November. *

If you have any questions or comments please check our Online
Help<http://www.rootsireland.ie/index.php?id=help0>and if this does
not provide an answer, then do not hesitate to contact
us or one or the county centres <http://ifhf.rootsireland.ie/ask.php>;.



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