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  1. County Dublin - Wikipedia

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    County Dublin (Irish: Contae Bhaile Átha Cliath or Contae Átha Cliath) is one of the thirty-two traditional counties of Ireland. Prior to 1994 it was also an administrative county covering the whole county outside of Dublin City Council.

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  2. List of townlands of County Dublin - Wikipedia

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    This is a sortable table of the approximately 1,090 townlands in County Dublin, Ireland. Duplicate names or entries can occur where there is more than one townland with the same name in the county, where a townland crosses a Barony boundary e.g. Roebuck, or sometimes when a townland has an alternate name e.g. Trimleston / Owenstown.

    Townland
    Acres
    Barony
    Civil parish
    Abbeyville
    80
    Coolock
    Kinsaley
    Abbotstown
    101
    Castleknock
    Castleknock
    Adamstown
    111
    Newcastle
    Aderrig
    Adamstown
    565
    Balrothery West
    Garristown
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  4. Dublin - Wikipedia

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    County Dublin is home for 13 of the senior rugby union clubs in Ireland including 5 of the 10 sides in the top division 1A. Association football . County Dublin is home to six League of Ireland association football (soccer) clubs; Bohemians F.C., Shamrock Rovers, St Patrick's Athletic, University College Dublin, Shelbourne and Cabinteely.

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  5. Lusk, Dublin - Wikipedia

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    Fingal is the name given to that part of present-day North County Dublin bounded by the Tolka River to the south and the Delvin River to the north. Fingal is considerably older than Dublin City, which was established by the Norsemen c. 900 AD around the 'dubh linn' or black pool.

  6. County Dublin From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia County Dublin is a historical county of Ireland, containing Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland. It is now divided into the counties of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Fingal, and South Dublin, and the city of Dublin.

  7. Monkstown, County Dublin - Wikipedia

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    Monkstown (Dublin) Boxing Club was founded in 2004, their gym is situated in the newly built Mounttown Community Centre in Fitzgerald Park, in the Monkstown Farm Area. Farm Utd Football Club was formed in 1935, and uses part of the Monkstown Community Centre as its dressing rooms.

  8. South Dublin - Wikipedia

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    South Dublin County Council is the local authority for the county. It was established at County Hall at the same time that Dublin County Council and the Corporation of Dún Laoghaire were abolished in 1994, by an Act of the Oireachtas, the Local Government (Dublin) Act 1993. It is one of four councils in the Dublin Region.

  9. County Dublin – Wikipedia

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    Mit Wirkung vom 1. Januar 1994 wurde das County Dublin per Gesetz aufgelöst und auf die neuen Countys Fingal (Sitz: Swords), Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (Sitz: Dún Laoghaire) und South Dublin (Sitz: Tallaght) sowie die nun selbständige Stadt Dublin aufgeteilt.

  10. County Dublin, Ireland Genealogy • FamilySearch

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    County Dublin (Irish: Contae Bhaile Átha Cliath) is a county in Ireland, surrounding the capital city of Dublin. It is part of the province of Leinster. The county has now been split into four local government authorities: Dublin City; Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown; Fingal and South Dublin. In the eighth century, the Vikings establish a settlement here, which developed into an important Viking base. The Irish took over a portion of the area in 1014 at the Battle of Clontarf. In 1169, Dublin became the center of the Norman’s activities in Ireland. By 1644, the English controlled most of the country and the population of Dublin was about 60,000. Dublin continued to grow with the arrival of English administrators as well as people from all over Ireland. Huguenot, Jewish and other groups also came to Dublin. The population was 335,892 in 1821 and grew to 372,773 in 1841. Contrary to the population of most counties, County Dublin’s population increased following the potato famine to 405,147 in...

    Further information about County Dublin is available at: 1. GenUKI 2. FamilySearch.org - click "All Record Collections" 3. findmypast.ie 4. GenUKIDublin 5. www.ancestryireland.com/

    County Dublin has numerous cemeteries within its boundaries. Currently, there are some of them which have published data online. The following web sites provide researchers some options for finding Dublin ancestry in compiled transcriptions of these precious records: 1. Visit the FHL Favorites web sitefor a few sites containing online cemetery inscriptions. 2. Internment.Nethas over 30 cemeteries with (free) data available online. See the following ones: 1. For a more exhaustive list of Dublin City cemeteries, the Dublin Heritage web siteis an excellent resource with well over 200 cemeteries listed. Be certain to "Google!" the title of each cemetery, as there may be several of the listed cemeteries with online data available. Hint: Search with the following search-terms: 1. Cemetery Title - if more than one word in the title, then place the cemetery name in quotation marks: i.e. "Saint Peter and Paul" 2. Cemetery" or "graveyard" 3. name of] town Ireland Genealogy Links

    Most of the Census records carried out prior to 1900 have been destroyed or lost. However, the following web sites provide researchers with online access to an indexes and returns for the following years: 1. 1851 - WorldVitalRecords.com($) (*) 1. 1901 - Ireland Census, 1901 at FamilySearch— index 1. 1901 - National Archives of Ireland(full census with images - free) 1. 1911 - National Archives of Ireland(full census with images - free) 1. 1911 - Ireland Census, 1911 at FamilySearch— index 1. only fragments of the actual 1851 census survive, for a few scattered civil parishes around Ireland. The 1851 'census' mentioned above is an extract created by Dr. D.A. Chart for the city area only.This contains the address and name of the head of household only - no other details.

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    1. 1623-1866 - Ireland, Diocesan and Prerogative Marriage License Bonds Indexes, 1623-1866 at FamilySearch— index 2. 1701-1845 - Ireland, Catholic Qualification & Convert Rolls, 1701-1845 at FamilySearch— index and images

    Church of Ireland

    The Representative Church Body Libraryhas many (but not all) surviving Church of Ireland registers from the 1922 Four Courts, Dublin fire. However, some transcript copies are held at: 1. the local parish 2. local archives and libraries 3. Irishgenealogy.ieprovides parish register transcripts and images for many of the City of Dublin's Anglican parishes online for free. They update their web site with more data, continually; be certain to check back often. Dublin was comprised of numerous pari...

    Roman Catholic

    The National Library, Kildare Street, Dublin, is the custodian of films of most of the available Roman Catholic parish registers from throughout the country--including County Dublin.These are now available to view online on the N.L.I. website Here is a list of extant Roman Catholic parishes and their chapels of ease for the Dublin City region according to the renowned 19th Century topographer, Samuel A. Lewis, as of 1837: 1. Rathmines - 1823, 2. St. Mary's Cathedral- 1741 3. - Chapel of St. F...

    1845-1913 - Ireland Civil Registration, 1845-1913 at FamilySearch— index and images
    1845-1958 - Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958 at FamilySearch— index and images
    The General Register Office of Ireland:official government site for ordering copies of births, marriages, and deaths from their address, at reasonable prices. No online ordering is available, yet....
    List of County Dublin Civil Parishes
    List of County Dublin Catholic Parishes

    Government-sponsored registration of births, marriages and deaths began in 1864, in addition non-Catholic marriages (including registry office) were registered from 1845. To find information on the vital events of your irish ancestor, here are some helpful websites for obtaining critical information: 1. FamilySearch.org - has online databases for births, marriages and deaths; click "All Records Collections", then scroll down to and click "Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845 to 1958". 1. To obtain certificates of birth, marriage or death for your ancestor[s], write to or contact the following record office; the cost is €10 (about $13) per certificate: General Register Office Government Offices Convent Road Roscommon Tel: +353 (0) 90 6632900 LoCall: 1890 252076 Fax: +353 (0) 90 6632999 Fax: +353 (0) 90 6632988 There are fees for performing particular searches; see their websitefor further information. The General Register Office of Ireland:official government site for ordering co...

    1880 - Ireland, Thom's Irish Almanac, 1880 at FamilySearch— index, images available on FindMyPast
    1884 - Ireland, Thom's Irish Almanac & Official Directory 1884 at FamilySearch— index and images
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