This work from British Isles and immigration expert Dr. David Dobson assembles the complete collection of those birth, marriage, and death records from “The Scots Magazine” between the years 1739 and 1826. Alphabetically arranged by surname, each “vital record” transcription gives the subject’s full name; date and place of birth, marriage, or death; and a citation to the appropriate volume and page number of “The Scots Magazine.” Many of the entries also specify such additional information as the names of spouses, parents, or other relatives; occupation (often military or political service); circumstances of death; etc. In view of the scarcity of 18th-century official vital records for Ireland, researchers with such forebears will welcome this “buried” collection of roughly 2,000 Irish births, marriages, and deaths.
iv + 176 pp.
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