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Posted: 1352643168000
Classification: Query
Surnames: johnston
i have found a marriage record for my great grand father in dublin but i cant see it, i just get a record number, how do i go further
Posted: 1352688169000
Classification: Query
What's his name?
Name of spouse?
Date of marriage?
Was it a church or Civil marriage ref that you found?

Giving the list the above info will help them to help you!

Good luck
Posted: 1353066251000
Classification: Query
Hi, do you mean that you have an online record number, or do you have a Vol and Page no for a civil record? Old Church records of particular parishes do have a no but its usually just a number of a page in one of their record books. If you have a volume and page no it is probably a civil marriage record and in which case you can apply to the Births, Marriages and Deaths record office in Abbey Street Dublin for that record. f you search on their online site you should be able to access all details re cost, requirements etc. If you dont know what record no you have you can give them all the details and they will do a search for you.Their address is, the other sites are probably private companies and may be more expensive. HSE is the State site (Dept. Of Health)
Good Luck
Posted: 1354671557000
Classification: Query
Did you get your information from for Dublin City records? This is overseen by Minister of Arts and Heritage, Ireland and I believe the only website for
the Dublin City church parish records.

Try clicking on the highlighted name, should come with parents, sponsors or witnesses, church/parish! If N/R
that means no record for that particular bit of info.
eg: mother N/R

I'll 2nd. the other two replies that more information is needed for someone other than your self to help.

If record numbers are from then these are microfilm numbers from the Latter Day Saints. 1864+
You can view their microfilm at any LDS History Center, if they don't have the film numbers in they can order them.

If after 1864 you can get a copy of a birth certificate or marriage record from the General Registration Office by mail A marriage record will give you the names of both of the father's only, parish/place and date
and perhaps sponsors.

There is an Irish History Foundation, not for profit but fee paying that has records for the County of Dublin, both north and south are members. They have Parish records to 1864 and both parish and civil records after 1864-1899.

Other resources: United Kingdom+Ireland+county + county

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