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As yet it is far from complete, but it can be a useful tool. A fully searchable index of Scottish births from to , marriages from to and deaths from to is available, though there is a charge for viewing the records. Tracing forebears in Ireland can be trickier than in England, Scotland and Wales, as many Irish records including the 19th century censuses no longer exist, however there are more records on Ancestry.
A good starting point for advice on researching your Irish ancestors is to contact the Irish Genealogical Society International.
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The database covers Bath and North East Somerset births, marriages and deaths for the years to A site for genealogists to list their unwanted documents including birth, marriage, death, adoption certificates and military records. Please use the form below to provide feedback about our website:. Coffin plates, funeral cards, death cards, wills, memorial cards, cemeteries, vital stats, obituaries, church records, family bibles, cenotaphs and tombstone inscriptions. From the About. English Parish Registers. Marriage records not yet held by the County Council can be accessed either by contacting the Place of Worship directly, or through the General Register Office.