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Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 28 Feb 2008 09:28

See below for updated list of Mormon Family History Centres that have the Irish BMD Indexes and copies of the information on Certificates. Plus availablity of this information in Dublin Public libraries.


27th April 2012

I'm sure this thread could do with updating...anyone any up to date information??????



Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 28 Feb 2008 09:29

****IRISH BMD INDEXES**** can be found at the following LDS (Mormon) Family History Centres, check their website at to find the address and phone number. They are only open the hours their volunteers are available.

DOWN ~ Belfast (see below)
DUBLIN ~ Dublin (see below)
HAMPSHIRE ~ Portsmouth 1864-1902 only
LANCASHIRE~ Ashton Under Lyne
~ Chorley near Preston
LANARKSHIRE ~ Glasgow (see below)
LONDON ~ Kensington
MERSEYSIDE ~West Derby,Liverpool.
MIDDLESEX ~ Staines (up to 1920)
WEST SUSSEX Crawley (up to 1922)


INDEXES (generally include but there are bits missing)
MARRIAGES 1845-1915
DEATHS 1864-1959
Eire only BIRTHS 1922-1958
DEATHS 1950-1958



COPIES of GRO REGISTER ENTRIES (the same details as on the certificates)

All Ireland - 1864 to 1881 Mar quarter, volumes 1-3;
All Ireland - 1900 [except Vol. 1, March qrtr] to 1913 Dec qrtr;
N.I. only - 1922 to 1934 March qrtr.

All Ireland - 1864 to 1870
N.I. only - 1922 to 1932 Dec qrtr.

MARRIAGES: [All Ireland]
Non-Catholic - 1845 to Mar 1864
All - April 1864 to Dec 1870.

the LDS Family History Centre in Finglas Rd has the following on Microfilm for Ireland:-

1) Birth Indexes - 1864 to 1958

2) Birth certs - from 1864 to 1881 and 1900 to 1913 and most of 1930, 1931, 1932 and 1939

3) Rotunda Birth Records - from 1797 to 1882

4) Marriage Indexes - 1845 to 1958

5) Marriage certs - from 1864 to 1870

6) Church of Ireland Marriage Certs - 1845, 1847, 1848, 1850 to 1854, 1856, 1857, 1859

7) Death Indexes - from 1864 to 1958

8) Death certs - from 1864 to 1870

9) Mount Jerome Cemetery Records - from 1832 to 1921

has Indexes for
Births 1864 -1901
Marriages 1845-1863(Protestant )
Marriages 1864-1914
Actual certificates for
Deaths 1864-66
Marriages 1845-1850 (Protestant)


The Dublin PUBLIC libraries also have the full BMD index available on computer.

The Gilbert Library in Pearse Street, it's a part of the Dublin City Archives, they have a full microfilm set of all the indexes which can be viewed free of charge.


The GRO Research Centre, Joyce House, 8/11 Lombard Street East , Dublin , 2. The registers are very similar to the English ones. There is a fee of €20.00 per day, or €2.00 for a particular search of up to 5 years.

The National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street has the main microfilm collection of the Catholic Parish Registers. A genealogy advisory service is available free of charge to personal callers to the Library who wish to research their family history in Ireland. The primary aim of the service is to explain to first time researchers the sources that may be available to them in the Library and elsewhere.

The National Archives of Ireland, Bishop Street, holds the 1901 and 1911 census on microfilm. However there is no name search index, so you need to know the area. This may be about to change because the project to index the records is now well underway. You need a reader's ticket, which is free, but you need to have ID such as a passport.

Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 28 Feb 2008 09:29

The old list was a complete mess so I've put all the information in alphabetical county order in the second post (hopefully I won't manage to delete it again!!

Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 28 Feb 2008 09:30

Information about Belfast FHC centre (UPto date November 2006)

Slightly different to the two centres I've used in England. You just turn up and are guaranteed an hours research (so best to know exactly what you want to look at!!) Apparently if there are lots of people that day then the person who has been on the film reader the longest (over an hour) is asked to vacate the reader within the next 5/10 minutes to make way for the next in the queue.

Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 28 Feb 2008 09:30


Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 28 Feb 2008 09:30

When I am confident that I've got everything from the old list I'll delete it and just keep this one

Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 14 Mar 2008 12:06


Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 14 Mar 2008 12:52

Hi Teresa in Wirral

Bookmarking for future reference!

Many Thanks.


Why did I start this?

Why did I start this? Report 14 Mar 2008 14:17



Jeanette Report 20 Mar 2008 00:55

nudge thanks

Ladybird...:)  xx

Ladybird...:) xx Report 20 Mar 2008 13:54

Thanka Treasa xxx

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 9 Apr 2008 21:33

Nudge for Diann

Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 16 Jun 2008 09:46


Teresa L.A.

Teresa L.A. Report 16 Jun 2008 18:50

n for later date thanks very much.


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Christine Report 21 Jun 2008 22:26

Yippee!! I'm visiting family in West Derby in 2 months time. Thanks for this thread.

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 17 Aug 2008 15:39


Teresa in Wirral

Teresa in Wirral Report 20 Aug 2008 17:46