Monthly Archives: July 2008

Griffith’s Valuation online and searchable

I am glad I read the editorial in the Irish Times, Saturday 26th July 2008 as it mentioned that: “one of the more enlightened public investments of recent times has involved the digitisation by the Library Council of Ireland, of … Continue reading

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Is it a Co-incidence?

Is it a co-incidence that the National Archives are taking so long with the roll-out of the 1901 and 1911 Censuses online and that the Genealogy Centres which are in operation (not all) are adding the 1901 Census returns to … Continue reading

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Update on Roll-out of 1901 and 1911 Census (Ireland)

Today, I got a reply to my email to the National Archives of Ireland concerning (i) the slow roll-out of the 1911 and 1901 Censuses for Ireland and (ii) why no updates were being published. It is good news! See … Continue reading

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Updates on Irish record availability

It is always heartening to see progress being made on providing more access to Irish records especially online. Here are some snippets which I have gleaned from various sources, in the past week. 1901 Census of Ireland records for Tipperary … Continue reading

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Digitisation of Archive Material in Ireland

I found the following information on digitisation of library material, in Ireland on the: Askabout Ireland website. Under Resources it states: “This page contains links to the technical guidelines for digitisation that were created by the team at An Chomhairle … Continue reading

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