Irish Quaker Records on FindMyPast

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FindMyPast has just published 1.5 million Irish Quaker records, the first time that the vast majority of these have been available outside the Quaker Library in Dublin or the microfiche copies held by the Mormons.

http://www.findmypast.co.uk/quakers?sourceID=13&utm_source=affiliate&utm_content=LostCousins&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=%20fmp_uk&awc=2114_1460862977_eeb532cd5da0e60d168ed0cb66b59632&dclid=CKCY9tbalMwCFZZvvAodPn4KlQ

This provides an excellent opportunity to fill in many of the gaps and fix lots of the errors in our Irish Quaker trees.

I wonder whether now would be a good time to set up an Irish Quaker sub-project, and for the few of us actively involved in researching Irish Quakers to pool our resources.

 

Alan
in The Tree House by Alan Watson G2G6 (9.7k points)

2 Answers

+3 votes
Thank you for this info Alan. I just came on to ask a question about my American Quaker ancestors. I will find this info helpful.
by Anonymous Roach G2G6 Pilot (186k points)
+3 votes
I'd be glad to join.
by Paul Hancock G2G6 (8.9k points)
Me too! Is there anything similar for English monthly meetings?

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