Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes - FamilySearch Historical Records/Known Issues
| This article lists issues previously reported for this collection and
may provide solutions or workarounds to those issues.
Known Issues[edit | edit source]
Question 1[edit | edit source]
Question 1: Some marriage indexes have marriage dates occurring in 1845 which I believe took place in 1849. What date is correct?
Answer 1: Some 1849 Marriage Index records lying alphabetically between James McCune (Banbridge District) and Margaret McDonald (Thurles District) were incorrectly indexed as 1845. Accordingly, records dated 1845 that fall alphabetically between these two points may be either 1845 or 1849 marriages. The year for a record in this alphabetical range can be verified by checking the FamilySearch microfilm of the original indexes:
• Index of Marriages 1845-1847: Film 101241
• Index of Marriages 1848-1850: Film 101242
Question 2[edit | edit source]
Question 2: Some marriage indexes show marriages occurring in 1836 but the collection begins in 1845. Are the 1836 dates correct?
Answer 2: Indexed marriage entries dated 1836 are actually for marriages registered in 1886. The year for such records can be confirmed by ordering copies from the General Register Office of the Republic of Ireland. See Ireland Civil Registration, "Locating the Actual Registration Certificates."
Question 3[edit | edit source]
Question 3: Is there a list of indexes with known recording errors?
Answer 3: They following as a list of known errors in the indexed information
• Indexes from Digital Folder Number 4187289, image 294 are for 1873 not 1878.
• Indexes from Digital Folder Number 4179389, image 282, are mistakenly identified as from Oct-Dec 1897. They are from Oct-Dec 1894.
Question 4[edit | edit source]
Question 4: Where can I see the marriage indexes for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters of 1897?
Answer 4: The marriage indexes for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters of 1897 were either missed in filming or were not available.
Question 5[edit | edit source]
Question 5: There are several index records that have a non-Irish location in the Registration District field. i.e. Karachi, Gibraltar, Rawal Pindi, etc. Are these correct?
Answer 5: Events for Irish Subjects that took place outside of Ireland have been indexed showing the place of the event in the Registration District field. In these cases, the Registration District is incorrect.
- Go to the Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes - FamilySearch Historical Records article
- Go to the Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958 collection at FamilySearch.org