Find your ancestors in John Watson Stewart, The Gentleman's and Citizen's Almamack for the Year 1814

There are over 17,000 transcripts in this record set, each including an image of the original publication. While the amount of available information varies, most transcripts include the following:

  • First name(s)
  • Last name
  • Year
  • Residence
  • Section
  • County

Images often provide additional information, such as your ancestor’s occupation, membership in an organization, or military rank. For example, we learn that Henry Walker is an attorney on 7 York-street in Dublin.

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John Watson Stewart's The Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack contains a wide variety of useful information ranging from army lists and mail coaches to farming and schools. For example, included is a list of staff and members of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, from which we can learn, for instance, that John Adrien, MD, was a member of the college and a practitioner of midwifery. In addition, this volume contains an extensive business directory.

Publication began in 1736 in Dublin and continued until 1844. It is one of three publications that make up The Treble Almanac of 1814. The other two publications are:

  • The English Court Registry, which lists key individuals of the day, including royalty, MPs, Army and Naval officers, and so on.
  • Wilson's Dublin Directory, a trade directory listing Dublin streets, lanes, and alleys, plus details of merchants and traders.