Early Irish Marriages Index passes 50,000 entries

The Irish Genealogical Research Society’s Early Irish Marriage Index has surpassed 50,000 entries with its latest update and now contains over 113,000 names (including brides, grooms and parents).


This data has been extracted by IGRS vice-president Roz McCutcheon and her team of contributors from among repositories and records such as the Registry of Deeds, newspapers, court records, gravestone inscriptions and marriage licence bonds to name but a few.

The image to the left is a sample page from the marriage register maintained by the Dublin Lutheran pastor, John G.F. Schulze which notes the “irregular” marriages he contracted during the years 1806 to 1837.

The index is free to search and can be found on the Society’s website.


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