Did you see that Irish-Jewish records are now available?

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Genealogical archive of 52,000 Irish-Jewish, from over 200 years, presented to Dublin city

Jewish births, marriages, burials, school records and census information in Ireland dating back to 1664 released to the public. 

See story in Irish Times

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Irish/Jewish?  Was that even a thing?
by Mary Beth Nix G2G3 (3.5k points)
Who knew? But 52,000 must be a thing.
Perhaps another thought or two may help to figure 'a thing' or two out.
Well, I'm Irish/English and have a 19th century Australian-Chinese-Jewish-Christian relative.  Actually, more than one.

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