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Subject: [Scotch-Irish] Re: DublinRecordsIndex
Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 13:21:18 -0700
Hi folks, I was asked for this.
It's in LDS:
The consolidated index to the records of the Genealogical Office, Dublin, Ireland
compiled by Virginia Wade McAnlis
Contents: Vol. 1. Chapters A - C -- v. 2. chapters D - H -- v. 3. chapters I - O -- v. 4. chapters P - Z.
Issaquah, WA : Virginia R. McAnlis, c1994
Call number: 941.5 A3mv v. 1
Not on microfilm. There is a copy in the LA LDS library. Probably
a copy at libraries with large Irish collections -- Like Boston
I did a search on the Internet and found this page which has an
outline by Kyle Betit of a lecture he gave for TIARA:
http://tiara.ie/030901.htm Another link for my webpages!!
Mr. Betit has co authored a book on Irish genealogy that is
very good because it doesn't assume we have an advanced degree. It
explains how to use the records as well as what ones you should use.
Also see here:
As it says:
"There is a Consolidated Index for Irish Arms, Funeral Entries, Grants and Confirmations of Arms, O'Ferrall's Linea Antiqua, Lords Entries, Ecclesiastical Visitations, Will Pedigrees, Antrim Families, Ango-Irish Pedigrees, Betham Will Abstracts. It was compiled by Virginia Wade McAnlis in four volumes, published in 1994. She includes the indexes of materials at the Genealogical Office in Dublin and listed by John Grehnam on pages 74 and 75 of his book "Tracing your Irish Ancestors". The Consolidated Index includes the film call numbers both at the National Library of Ireland and LDS. Only a few have not been filmed. "