How do I find marriage records in Ireland?
Civil Registration in the General Register Office (GRO) All births, marriages and deaths occurring since 1 January 1864 (and Jewish and non-Roman Catholic marriages occurring since 1 April 1845) should be on record in the public research room of the General Register Office, Werburgh Street, Dublin 2.
How do you see if someone has been married before?
Visit the courthouse for a marriage certificate. Public records can be useful for finding out whether someone is married now, or what their marriage history has been in the past. Marriage records are public; you can usually see a copy for free or for a small fee.
How can I find out if my spouse has been married before?
Court Records. You can also try the local courthouse’s site to search for a marriage and/or divorce record. You will need to search on the site of the court with jurisdiction in your area or in the area where your partner lives (if different).
Are there any records of marriage in Ireland?
While the obligation to register births and deaths was not wholeheartedly embraced by the population of Ireland when it was introduced, Ireland’s civil marriage records are considered to be more or less complete right from the start. Annie and Dick married in Co Carlow in 1919. (Church records are different. See Related Pages.)
What records are available online for Irish ancestry?
The records now available online include: Birth register records – 1864 to 1920; Marriage register records – 1845 to 1945 & Death register records – 1871* to 1970 www.irishgenealogy.ie is a website that allows users the opportunity to search a wide range of record sources in their search of their Irish Ancestry.
Where can I find records of baptisms and marriages in Ireland?
Records of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland comprise registers of baptisms and marriages. Many are held by the Presbyterian Historical Society in Belfast. Most Ulster Presbyterian records have been microfilmed by PRONI.
Where can I find birth and Death Records in Ireland?
An additional year of historic Births, Marriages and Deaths (Index entry and register image) are now available to view on the website www.irishgenealogy.ie website. The records now available online include: Birth register records – 1864 to 1920; Marriage register records – 1845 to 1945 & Death register records – 1871* to 1970