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  • ISBN: 0952300036
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Representative Church Body Library (November 18, 2000)
  • Pages: 338 pages
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The registers of St. John the Evangelist, Dublin, 1619–1699. Dublin: Parish Register Society. Ni Mhurchadha, M. (2007)

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The Church of St. John the Evangelist was a former Church of Ireland church located on the west side of Fishamble Street in the centre of Dublin, Ireland.

The Church of St. It was founded in the 12th century, and a great many of its parish records survive. According to Sir John Gilbert the church was built in 1168 by a native Irishman called Giolla Michell.

Covering more than 1,000 parishes and stretching back to the 17th century, these new records are the single most important register of Irish family history prior to the . The registers of St. John the Evangelist, Dublin1619-1699. The registers of S. Catherine, Dublin1636-1715.

Covering more than 1,000 parishes and stretching back to the 17th century, these new records are the single most important register of Irish family history prior to the 1901 census. Louth, Ireland, Extracted Parish Records. Irish Records Extraction Database.

Corporate Name: St. John the Evangelist Church (Dublin, Ireland) Registers. Geographic Name: Dublin (Ireland) Genealogy. Personal Name: Mills, James. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

The parish, which covered the area around the now closed Catholic church of St. Michael and John, was a. .World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization. Michael and John, was a union of two: St. John's and St. Olaf's. The latter, founded in the first half of the 11th century, commemorated Olaf I, King of Norway, and its church was located in what is present-day Essex St. The parishes were formally united in 1558. The parish corresponded with the civil parish of St. John.

St. John the Evangelist church, Rice Lane, Liverpool. ‘Cheap Reading for the People’: Jeremiah Moore and the New South Wales Book Trade, 1840-1883. Gilbert, John (1854). St Doulagh's Church. The parish, which covered the area around the now closed Catholic church of St. Notable parishioners.

The Registers of St. John the Evangelist 1619-1699, published in 1906 by Alexander Thom & Co. – This publication is the first volume of the Parish Register Society of Dublin series. Registers from St. John the Evangelist are the earliest known surviving Irish registers. They contain all the christening, marriage, and burial records from the first two folio parchment registers for St. John’s parish

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John Ridly in Parish of Holyroodhouse or Canongate, Register of Marriages, 1564-1800. John Ridly in The Registers of St. John the Evangelist, Dublin, 1619 - 1699 of Andrew Keat- 20 28 Mary Moody.

John Ridly in Parish of Holyroodhouse or Canongate, Register of Marriages, 1564-1800 Lord Sutherland's Highland 4 Dec. 1762 Elizabeth, and Colin Young, coachmaker 8 Sept. 1763 Sutherland, labourer in Pleasance 8 Feb. 1796 Ridley, Miss Elizabeth, daughter of the deceased John Ridly, Es. David, journeyman tailor, and Margaret Brown, daughter to William, labourer, and May Alexander, daughter of Nicoll Ritchie, Agnes, daughter of John Ritchie, and John Fraser, labourer. John the Evangelist, Dublin, 1619 - 1699 of Andrew Keat-.

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