Friday, March 18, 2022

Findmypast Friday: Celebrate St Patrick's Day with New Irish Collections

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Celebrate St Patrick's Day with new Irish collections

Irish ancestors are notoriously challenging to uncover, often leaving family historians hitting brick walls. This week, we're releasing 17,000 burial records from Ireland’s oldest city and its surrounding metropolis, Waterford - because while we boast the largest collection of Irish records, there's always room for more. If you have any O'Connors or McCarthys in your family tree, perhaps you’ll trace their journey through this historic county. Or, if you're looking for quaint Irish nostalgia, browse our Views of Ireland collection. Littered with full-colour illustrations of rolling hilltops and glittering seascapes, it's easy to imagine your ancestor wandering the remarkable Irish scenery. Of course, that's not all - make sure to head to our blog to explore more of what's available.
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Waterford County Burial Records


Entirely exclusive to Findmypast, close your ancestor's journey and smash that brick wall in the stunning seaside county of Waterford.


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Views of Ireland


Explore the picturesque views of Ireland in this free image browse, with photos and illustrations spanning 100 years.


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Irish history doesn't end with records. Discover the Limerick Gazette, the Dungannon News or Ireland's Saturday Night amongst other new British and Irish newspaper titles.


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