Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

8/12/2004

Irish Vital Records

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Researching Ireland at Home and Abroad
– Dwight A. Radford

Sometimes the hardest part of Irish research is actually deciding where to begin and at what point enough information has been gathered so that efforts can move into Irish records. But, the search for Irish origins is a combined research effort in the country where an immigrant settled, and in Irish records—preferably in that order.

The biggest mistake a researcher can make when beginning Irish research is to “jump over the water” too quickly. If Irish records are examined prematurely, efforts can quickly come to a stand still.

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