Talk:Ireland Genealogy

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=== Civil Registration ===
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=== Civil Registration ===
  
 
A patron wrote in, asking that the following information be added to our website.  She was actually referring to the Family History Library catalog.  I thougth the information could be added to the Ireland Civil Registration page.  When I went to do this, I feel that I don't know enough to add the information correctly, nor do I know the links for the web sites she is talking about.  Perhaps someone with more knowledge could add the information.  Thanks!  
 
A patron wrote in, asking that the following information be added to our website.  She was actually referring to the Family History Library catalog.  I thougth the information could be added to the Ireland Civil Registration page.  When I went to do this, I feel that I don't know enough to add the information correctly, nor do I know the links for the web sites she is talking about.  Perhaps someone with more knowledge could add the information.  Thanks!  
  
"Also it would be helpful if you inform people that if they need copies of <br>certificates for upto 1925 you can get these from Roscommon at the reduced <br>fees 8 Euro when you included the indexs supplied by the FamilyHistory pilot <br>website. Otherwise you can purchase them from the GRO Belfast office at the <br>full price of £12.00 as they don't use Volumes as they require the reference <br>no and book no"<br>
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"Also it would be helpful if you inform people that if they need copies of <br>certificates for upto 1925 you can get these from Roscommon at the reduced <br>fees 8 Euro when you included the indexs supplied by the FamilyHistory pilot <br>website. Otherwise you can purchase them from the GRO Belfast office at the <br>full price of £12.00 as they don't use Volumes as they require the reference <br>no and book no"<br>  
 
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=== Forum Badge Test  ===
 
=== Forum Badge Test  ===
  
The forum badge has been moved to the top of the page thanks to Steve Cottrell. This is a test to see if having the badge in a more prominent position might lead more people to use the Ireland research forums. If you have any thoughts on this please leave comments here. [[User:WilliamsDa|Gellilwcca]] 23:01, 18 April 2011 (UTC)
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The forum badge has been moved to the top of the page thanks to Steve Cottrell. This is a test to see if having the badge in a more prominent position might lead more people to use the Ireland and Northern Ireland research forums. If you have any thoughts on this please leave comments here.  
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'''Stats for Ireland and Northern Ireland forum at the time of the change 18 April 2011:'''
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Ireland page visits: 34,534
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Threads in the Ireland and Northern Ireland&nbsp;forum: 193
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Posts: 861
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Replies: 617
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Views: 60,492
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Average posts: about 1 per day&nbsp;
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[[User:WilliamsDa|Gellilwcca]] 23:01, 18 April 2011 (UTC)
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== Ireland research notes ==
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Good starting point, informative and instructive.

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Civil Registration

A patron wrote in, asking that the following information be added to our website.  She was actually referring to the Family History Library catalog.  I thougth the information could be added to the Ireland Civil Registration page.  When I went to do this, I feel that I don't know enough to add the information correctly, nor do I know the links for the web sites she is talking about.  Perhaps someone with more knowledge could add the information.  Thanks!

"Also it would be helpful if you inform people that if they need copies of
certificates for upto 1925 you can get these from Roscommon at the reduced
fees 8 Euro when you included the indexs supplied by the FamilyHistory pilot
website. Otherwise you can purchase them from the GRO Belfast office at the
full price of £12.00 as they don't use Volumes as they require the reference
no and book no"

Forum Badge Test

The forum badge has been moved to the top of the page thanks to Steve Cottrell. This is a test to see if having the badge in a more prominent position might lead more people to use the Ireland and Northern Ireland research forums. If you have any thoughts on this please leave comments here.

Stats for Ireland and Northern Ireland forum at the time of the change 18 April 2011:

Ireland page visits: 34,534

Threads in the Ireland and Northern Ireland forum: 193

Posts: 861

Replies: 617

Views: 60,492

Average posts: about 1 per day 


Gellilwcca 23:01, 18 April 2011 (UTC)

Ireland research notes

Good starting point, informative and instructive.