Irish genealogical source records have been prey to an astonishing amount of destruction, the most serious instance of which was a fire at the Public Record Office in Dublin in the year 1922. Since then, reconstructing the lost records has been a passion of historians and genealogists alike, who have succeeded in patching together substitute records and bringing to light the various indexes, abstracts, and transcriptions of records that had been made before the fire. Many such records have been published by the Genealogical Publishing Company, and they are included on this Family Archive CD (along with some additional records) and linked by a single electronic name index.
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