We have recently come across two unusual Irish emigration records.
Isolated records for emigrants from specific areas in Ireland are constantly coming to light; unfortunately there is no consolidated index that identifies these disparate and isolated sources.
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Irish Emigration Records represent a real challenge for those searching for evidence of the departure of their family from Ireland.
Passenger lists were usually deposted a the port of arrival and many of the surviving records can now be found online at Ancestry.The venue can be booked for private tours, corporate events, dinners, promotions, photo shoots, concerts and private guided tours throughout the year.Call us today on (021) 4813591 or email us at [email protected] panoramic views of one of the finest natural harbours in the world, the tiny fishing village of Cobh (the cove of Cork) was virtually unknown up to the early 1800s.The remarks include the name and relationship of the person in Ireland to the emigrant, where they lived, the extent of their family and the name of the person who could or would attest to their good character.The names of potential emigrants provided in the list is thus expanded to several thousand. Elliott in 2002 as (The Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, 2002).There is a partial transcript of the list at in the Irish Emigration Database which has the first 280 names.