Photo: On the 30th of June 1922, during the Irish civil war, the Public Record Office was burned to the ground. The fire destroyed the vast majority of the extant 19th-century Irish census returns along with thousands of other records of the English government in Ireland. This means that other sources from Ireland are all the more important. You can see all the Irish records available on http://ancstry.me/1oi3QQJ here: http://ancstry.me/1oi3FoD
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On the 30th of June 1922, during the Irish civil war, the Public Record Office was burned to the ground. The fire destroyed the vast majority of the extant 19th-century Irish census returns along with thousands of other records of the English government in Ireland. This means that other sources from Ireland are all the more important. You can see all the Irish records available on http://ancstry.me/1oi3QQJ here: http://ancstry.me/1oi3FoD
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