A couple of Irish queries

Discussion in 'General Family History Queries' started by ron reddam, Mar 26, 2018.

  1. patten-walsh

    patten-walsh Well-Known Member

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    Sorry I see now that you sent me your email address by putting it on my profile page.
     
  2. MollyMay

    MollyMay Knows where to find the answers!

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    Ron,

    If you click on 'inbox' (top rhs under the tree) you can send a private message to another member;)
     
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    Dear Patten-Walsh,
    again, you are the greatest! Do you know if Irish death listed state family or anything else?
     
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    Unfortunately no image of the death registration is available online, but you could order a copy of the death cert, details are:
    Mary Reddam died 1874, Jan-Mar Quarter, Sligo registration district, Volume 2, Page 273

    If you go to https://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Apply-for-Certificates.aspx
    and under the heading " Apply for certificates" it says "Certificates of birth, death, marriage and civil partnership can be obtained from the General Register Office, from your local civil register offices - addresses here or online.
    Click on the highlighted "here" and it will open a form which you can download and e-mail to them. Cost is 4 euros which at the moment equals $6.27 and they email a copy of the cert to you.
     
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    Have now had occasion to use the GRO email service for a photocopy of a birth cert and the service went as follows.... e-mailed completed form 3rd May, response asking for payment received 9th May, photocopy received by e-mail today. So if you take out non working days that leaves 8 days which I think is a bit slow for the service. Cost was 4 euros which, when converted into Pounds and pence came to 4.51 which I guess includes a foreign currency fee that the bank takes, as a straight forward conversion is 3.51 = 4 Euros
     
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