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County Wicklow Genealogy Links

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Arklow Parish Christening Records transcribed by Peggy Leonard
Arklow Parish; Marriage Records over 4,400 records
Arklow; Griffith's Valuation of Tenements 1865
Baptisms, Burials and Marriages, Bray Wicklow 1668 -1792 , 1797-1814 , 1817-1830 & 1835-1847
County Wicklow GenWeb a part of the Ireland GenWeb Project; created in an effort to help researchers find local resources and reference information.
County Wicklow, Ireland Genealogy Project has online resources compiled by volunteers
County Wicklow CMC Record Project database of christenings, marriages and cemeteries
County Wicklow CMC Record Project has databases of Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths
Delgany and Kilmacanoge Parishes, Co. Wicklow Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1666 - 1778 , 1777-1819
County Wicklow Message Board read and post messages with other genealogy researchers of this county
Cyndi's List - County Wicklowlargest private collection of genealogy links on the web
Fitzwilliam Estate, County Wicklow Tenants Sent to Canada 1847-1856 at New Brunswick Archives
Fianna's Co. Wicklow page
Genuki's pages for County Wicklow

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Genealogy of the UK - Co. Wicklow a guide to finding online genealogy resources for this county, including archives, libraries, surname lists, parish registers, cemeteries, directories, war memorials, electoral rolls, censuses..
Griffith's Valuation 1854
Griffiths Valuation 1848-1864 records online for this county
Online Irish Names Research Directory
Powerscourt Marriages 1853 - 1860 and Burials 1852 - 1874
The Wicklow Irish: What We Know many transcriptions of County Wicklow baptisms, marriages and burials here, by Jennifer  Self
Wicklow County Library
Wicklow Family History Centre
Wicklow United Irishmen1797 - 1804 The United Irishmen were founded in late 1791 in order to unite 'protestant, catholic and dissenter' (presbyterian) in the cause of parliamentary reform. They wanted to replace the elite Dublin parliament at College Green with a democratic forum akin to those created by revolutions in America and France

Cemeteries

Arklow Parish; St. Gabriel, Arklow, and Barinsky Cemeteries Monumental Inscriptions
Arkkow; St Mary's Cemetery
Baltinglass; Saint Mary Abbey Churchyard  (partial transcription)
Baltinglass Cemetery (partial listing)
Davistown Cemetery (partial listing)

Dunlavin; Saint Nicholas Cemetery
Dunlavin; Dunlavin Cemetery (partial listing)
Glendalough; Saint Kevin Cemetery  (partial transcription)
Heighington Burial Ground
Kilavaney; Saint Kevin's Churchyard Cemetery  (partial transcription)

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Kiltegan; Kilranalagh Graveyard
Kiltegan; Tyneclash Old Cemetery (partial listing)
Leitrim Cemetery  (partial transcription)
Manor Kilbride Graveyard  (partial transcription)
Powerscourt; Saint Patrick Anglican Churchyard   (partial transcription)
Rathbran Cemetery
Saint Kevin's Churchyard Cemetery
(partial listing)

Tyneclash Old Cemetery  (partial transcription)

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Censuses

Arklow Parish;1901/1911 Censuses
People from Wicklow in the 1851 England Census
1901 Census of Avoca Parish
Military

Irishmen 1797 - 1804 The United Irishmen were founded in late 1791 in order to unite 'protestant, catholic and dissenter' (presbyterian) in the cause of parliamentary reform. They wanted to replace the elite Dublin parliament at College Green with a democratic forum akin to those created by revolutions in America and France.


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