- Over 190,000 Galway records available to search online for the first time
- Three new collections published in partnership with Galway County Council including poor Law Union Records, burials and estate records
- Galway Poor Law Union Records - Over 188,000 records covering 72 year of Irish history. The Galway poor law union records are a collection of the board of guardian minute books, indoor relief registers, medical register entries and poor rate collection lists. The board of guardians were responsible for the welfare of the poor and the maintenance of workhouses. The records span the years 1849 to 1921 and include 7 of Galway’s 10 poor law unions.
- Galway county burials - Over 3,000 records taken from original burial ground plot books and registers of internments. Covering Tuam Burial ground between 1882 and 1920, these transcripts and images can reveal a combination of the deceased’s name, occupation, residence, burial year and the location of their grave.
- Galway, St George Mansergh Estate Records - Records of the St George Mansergh estate in Headford, Galway. The records span from 1775 to 1832. The documents include descriptions and maps of the estate along with a rent roll of the estate.
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