School Teachers in Ireland c. 1850's

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  1. The Artful Dodger

    The Artful Dodger Dodging, ducking and diving

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    I have a couple who married in Ireland. Her was Roman Catholic and she was Presbyterian and so they were married outside of the Church in a Civil ceremony. Both were from Co. Down and were National School Teachers.

    What type of qualification or accreditation would be required at this period and from where would such qualification be acquired?

    I suspect that this couple probably met away from the villages that each one lived in even though both were from Co. Down.
     
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    Try www.
    doras.dcu.ie/17725/1/Bernadette_O'Donovan_Doctorate_Thesis.pdf
    Page 20 chapter 2.7 onwards should answer the question.
     
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