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Ireland's Memorial Records 1914-1918


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Is this available on-line anywhere?

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John(txic), i believe Ancestry has them online for subscribers, you can received the index http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=1633 that might

help you, i know British local librarys have free Ancestry to members but not for home use.


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an Ancestry subscription also gives access to the MICs, Silver War Badge rolls, Soldiers Died in the Great War, De Ruvigny's, service and pension records.

there are several books to supplement/extend the information in the Memorial Records

Wexford War Dead

Carlow War Dead

Wicklow War Dead

Tipperary War Dead

Clare War Dead

Waterford War Dead

Offaly War Dead

City and County of Cork


Guinness Roll

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Thanks, one and all - it is indeed available on Ancestry.

And one day I will visit Dublin - if only to pay my respects at the statue of Phil Lynott.

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Offline option - If you live near Dublin, Pearse Street library has a complete bound set.

I am trying to find out more about a man I know came from Ireland but was living in Dewsbury at the time he enlisted. Are these names included in the records.

Thank you


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