Even more new and exclusive Irish family records
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By Niall Cullen
Where will your Irish past take you this week? Explore thousands of new Poor Law Union records from Ireland to find out. What's more, you won't find these record collections anywhere else online.
Findmypast is home to the largest collection of Irish family records online. And this week, our vast collection has grown again with thousands of new and exclusive records. Here are all the details on what's new.
Spanning from 1845-1921, we’ve added over 158,000 records from Kilmacthomas and Dungarvan on Ireland’s southeast coast.
Board of Guardians minute books chronicle the day-to-day running of a workhouse. In them, you'll uncover the names and details of workhouse inmates, staff, suppliers and more.
We’ve also released over 21,000 new records from Kilrush Union, County Clare. The new additions cover meeting minutes dated between 1848 and 1870.
Eight new papers have joined our collection along with further updates to ten others. Brand new this week are:
- British Army Despatch covering 1848-1856
- City Chronicle covering 1840-1843
- Commercial Chronicle (London) covering 1816 and 1819-1822
- Fleming’s British Farmers’ Chronicle covering 1864
- London Mercury 1828 covering 1828
- London Mercury 1847 covering 1847-1848
- Sainsbury’s Weekly Register and Advertising Journal covering 1859-1863
- Thacker’s Overland News for India and the Colonies covering 1860-1863
While the following papers have grown with more pages added:
- Brief from 1879
- Bury Free Press from 1982-1984 and 1986
- Glasgow Courier from 1848
- Liverpool Journal of Commerce covering 1870, 1882, 1911-1917, 1921-1927, 1929 and 1931-1939
- Newmarket Journal from 1882-1896, 1898-1911, 1913-1917 and 1982-1984
- Pilot (London) from 1815
- Press (London) from 1861-1866
- Sheerness Times Guardian from 1885, 1887, 1895, 1897, 1899-1900, 1902-1910, 1912-1915, 1922-1939, 1981 and 1987
- Weekly Times (London) from 1830-1831
- Widnes Examiner from 1917
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