Free Access to Irish Records on June 27-30

Have you investigated the offerings of Here’s a chance to research part of that website for FREE. This is from a press release provided courtesy of

“On June 30, 1922, the Public Records Office of Ireland, located at the historic Four Courts in Dublin,

The fire has had lasting effects – still felt today – as Irish family history requires a unique approach to research than other heritages. To commemorate this anniversary and encourage exploration of Irish genealogy, will offer its full collection of Irish Birth, Marriage and Death indexes free of charge from June 27 to June 30. Anyone searching for their Irish ancestors can access the full Irish record collection by registering for free at

Despite a great loss of records in the historic fire, there are still many opportunities to discover Irish heritage, with countless fascinating stories to be found from the records that survived.”
caught fire during the Irish Civil War. Tragically a considerable amount of Irish records were destroyed.

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