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New Irish Records Now Available!

Just in time for St. Paddy's Day Ancestry.com has released the following new and updated records. 
The following is their announcement. Happy searching! 

Discover the people
and the places your Irish ancestors called home.
Some of the most important surviving 19th century Irish collections, which include comprehensive records covering the critical periods prior to and following the Irish Potato Famine, have just been added to or enhanced at Ancestry.com.

Griffith's Valuation, 1848-1864 (Improved)
Over a million new records double the size of this collection, and new images make it an even more valuable genealogical resource. 

Tithe Applotment Books, 1823-1837 (Improved)
A new addition, this collection gives you detailed maps of the townland or parish where your ancestor lived. 

Ordnance Survey Map 1824-1846 (New)
This collection has been updated to include the whole of Ireland, offering a "census substitute of pre-famine life.

Lawrence Collection of Photographs
Over 40,000 images, this new collections can show you the land and the lifestyle of the Emerald Isle. 


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