tracing roman catholics families in dublin

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glasnevin cemetry has told me .that the roman cathlics families are very hard to trace because it was not before 1828 that punishment of roman catholics was stopped .

and cemetries could not bury roman catholcs in there graveyards

glasnevin did bury them and just a hand ful more in dublin before 1921.

so if you are trying to trace a death of a roman catholic before 1921 .

after 1921 they all could

first you have to find out who was risking there occupation to bury roman cathoilics in there cemetry.s

first find out the place where they lived and died .then the parish church your house was in .then after finding the roman catholic church .find a cemetry who was burying roman catholics
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in Genealogy Help by Bob Dunford G2G5 (5.4k points)

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The Irish Government has released more records for family history on it's web site and the URL is http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/

There are good help sections on that site to guide you in your search.
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