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ISSN 1443-5888 Volume 10, No. 9, September 2008

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ÔÇÿALL IRELAND SOURCES NEWSLETTERÔÇÖ

Editor: Terry Eakin, 334 Burns Bay Road, LANE COVE, NSW 2066
Contact E-mail address: tea04055@bigpond.net.au
ISSN 1443-5888 Volume 10, No. 9, September 2008

Introduction: ÔÇÿAll Ireland SourcesÔÇÖ is a monthly newsletter distributed free by E-mail to Family History Societies and interested researchers near the end of each month. Distribution by Australia Post each three months (three issues) costs $6.00 annually within Australia. The aim is to bring items of interest regarding Irish record sources to the Australian genealogist.
The editor would appreciate being made aware of records relating to the Irish, particularly those held in Australia or new in the LDS Family History Library. Back copies available free for downloading from http://www.sag.org.au
Note new email address.

[continued from Volume 10, No. 8, page 31] The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland:

Elected. Members of the Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (Revised 31st December, 1900):
1893 Hall, Thomas. Derrynure House, Baillieborough.
1889 Hamilton, Everard, B.A. 30, South Frederick-street, Dublin.
1900 Hamilton, Rev. James, M.A. Mayne Rectory, Coole, Co. Westmeath.
1894 Hamilton, Mrs. Alfred. 14, Leeson-street, Dublin.
1889 Hanan, Rev. Denis, D.D. The Rectory, Tipperary.
1891 Handy, Rev. Leslie Alexander, M.A. Skryne Rectory, Tara, Co. Meath.
1896 Hannon, P. J. Clifton House, Loughrea.
1899 Harding, Rev. Charles William, M.A., Canon. Willowfield Parsonage, Belfast.
1893 Hardy, William J., LL.B., Barrister-at-Law, D.I.R.I.C. Cnoc na Grena, Ballymena.
1876 Hare, Very Rev. Thomas, D.D., Dean of Ossory. Deanery, Kilkenny.
1890 Harman, Miss Marion. Barrowmount, Goresbridge.
1899 Harington, A. H., M. A. Moorock, Ballycumber, KingÔÇÖs Co.
1891 Harrington, Edward. 46, Nelson-street, Tralee.
1889 Harris, Henry B., J.P. Millview, Ennis.
1892 Harrison, Charles William 178, Great Brunswick-street, Dublin.
1890 Hart, Henry Chichester, B.A., M.R.I.A., F.L.S., J.P. Carrabeagh, Portsalon, Letterkenny.
1897 Hartigan, P. Castleconnell, Limerick.
1895 Hartley, Rev. Frederic J., B.A., B.A.I. William-street House, Kilkenny.
1891 Harty, Spencer, M. Inst. C.E.I. City Hall, Dublin.
1893 Hastings, Samuel. Church-street, Downpatrick.
1891 Hayes, Rev. Francis Carlile, M.A. Rectory, Raheny.
1898 Hayes, James. Church-street, Ennis.
1889 Hayes, Rev. William A., M.A. 2, Carlisle-terrace, Omagh.
1895 Hayes, Thomas, C.I., R.I.C. 2, Eden-terrace, Limerick.
1891 Headen, W. P., B.A. (Lond.), D.I.N.S. 32, Cabra-parade, Phibsborough.
1891 Healy, George, J.P. Glaslyn, Clontarf.
1888 Healy, Rev. John, LL.D., Canon. St. ColumbaÔÇÖs, Kells, Co. Meath.
1869 Healy, Rev. William, P.P. Johnstown, Co. Kilkenny.
1895 Healy, William, J.P. Donard View, Downpatrick.
1896 Hearne, J. B. Chilcomb, New Ross.
1899 Heathcote, Miss Beatrice. Beechwood, Totton, Southampton.
1897 Hemphill, Rev. Samuel, D.D., M.R.I.A. Birr Rectory, Parsonstown.
1897 Henderson, William A. Belclare, Leinster-road, West, Dublin.
1897 Hennessy, Bryan 21, South-street, New Ross.
1894 Henry, James, M.D. Swanpark, Monaghan.
1892 Heron, James, B.E., J.P. Tullyvery House, Killyleagh, Co. Down.
1894 Heron, James Mathers, M.D. Downpatrick.
1889 Hewat, S. M. F., M.A. (Cantab.). Rathlee, Ballina.
1887 Hewson, Rev. Edward F., B.A., Canon. Rectory, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny.
1892 Hibbert, Robert Fiennes, J.P. Woodpark, Scariff.
1896 Hickey, Garrett A., M.D. Priory-place, New Ross.
1890 Higgins, Rev. Michael, Adm. Queenstown.
1889 Higinbotham, Granby. 46, Wellington Park, Belfast.
1900 Hill, Miss Emily. 7, Brighton-road, Rathgar.
1878 Hill, William H., B.E., F.R.I.B.A. Audley House, Cork.
1898 Hillyard, Rev. Henry J., B.A. Charleville, Co. Cork.
1871 Hinch, William A. 22, Elm Grove, Ranelagh, Dublin.
1899 Hingston, George, Collector of H. M. Customs. Customs House, Dublin.
1892 Hitchins, Henry. 2, Crosthwaite Park, S., Kingstown.
1893 Hoare, Most Rev. Joseph, D.D., Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnois. St. MelÔÇÖs, Longford.
1896 Hobson, C. J. 139, 141, West 125th-street, New York, U.S.A.

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1900 Hobson, Rev. Ed. W., M.A. Rectory, Portadown.
1890 Hodgson, Rev. William, M.A. 32, Holford-square, London, W.C.
1891 Hogan, Rev. Henry, B.D., Canon. All SaintsÔÇÖ Vicarage, Phibsborough-road, Dublin.
1890 Hogg, Jonathan, D.L. 12, Cope-street, Dublin.
1898 Hogg, Miss. Craigmore, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.
1894 Hoguet, Mrs. Henry L. Hotel dÔÇÖJena, Avenue dÔÇÖJena, Paris.
1895 Holding, T.H. Hazeldean, Fulham Park Gardens, London, S.W.
1895 Holland, Joseph. Holland House, Knock, Co. Down.
1898 Holmes, Mrs. 38, Haddington-road, Dublin.
1889 Horan, John, M.E., M. Inst. C.E., County Surveyor. 8, Victoria-terrace, Limerick.
1893 Hore, Philip Herbert, M.R.I.A. Imperial Institute, London, S.W.
1899 Horner, John, Chelsea. Antrim-road, Belfast.
1896 Houston, Rev. J. D. Craig, B.D. Hydepark Manse, Belfast.
1895 Huband, Rev. Hugo R., M.A. (Cantab.). Killiskey Rectory, Ashford, Co. Wicklow.
1888 Hudson, Robert, M.D. Bridge House, Dingle.
1895 Hughes, Benjamin. Independent Office, Wexford.
1895 Hughes, Miss Helen. 34, Brighton-road, Rathgar, Dublin.
1900 Hughes, Wm., C.E. Ahenny, Carrick-on-Suir.
1895 Humphreys, Rev. John, B.A. The Manse, Tullamore.
1889 Hunt, Edmund Langley. 67, Pembroke-road, Dublin; and 81, George-street, Limerick.
1890 Hunter, Thomas Post Office, Glenarm.
1890 Hurley, Rev. Patrick, P.P. Inchigeela, Co. Cork.
1898 Hurst, Rev. John, C.C. Ballaghadereen.
1858 Hyde, Henry Barry, F.S.S. 5, Eaton Rise, Ealing, London, W.
1899 Hynes, Miss. 105, Haddington-road, Dublin.
1900 Hynes, Rev. John. St. MaryÔÇÖs, Sligo.
1896 Ireland, William. 44, Arthur-street, Belfast.
1893 Irvine, Charles E. R. A. Lisgoole Abbey, Enniskillen.
1898 Irvine, Captain William Henry (late The Buffs). Vallombrosa, Bray.
1895 Irwin, Rev. Alexander, M.A. 6, Cathedral-terrace, Armagh.
1891 Isaac, Very Rev. Abraham, B.A., Dean of Ardfert. Kilgobbin Rectory, Camp, R.S.O., Co. Kerry.
1890 Jackman, Richard H. Alverno, Thurles.
1896 Jackson, J. F. S. Holmdale, Seafield-road, Dollymount.
1890 Jeffares, Rev. Danby, M.A. Lusk, Co. Dublin.
1893 Jellett, Very Rev. Henry, D.D., Dean of St. PatrickÔÇÖs. The Deanery, St. PatrickÔÇÖs, Dublin.
1883 Jellie, Rev. William, B.A. 44, Burlington-road, Ipswich.
1880 Jennings, Ignatius R. B., C.I.R.I.C. Elysium, Waterford.
1865 Jephson-Norreys, Mrs. Atherton. The Castle, Mallow.
1889 Johnston, James W., J.P. Newtownbutler.
1893 Johnston, John W. Rossmore Agency Office, Monaghan.
1900 Joly, Miss Anna M. 5, Upper Ely-placee, Dublin.
1884 Jones, Bryan John 1st Leinster Regiment, Limawilly, Dundalk.
1899 Jones, Rev. David, M.A., Canon of Bangor Cathedral. Llandegai, N. Wales.
1889 Jordan, Rev. William, M.A. St. AugustineÔÇÖs Moreland, Melbourne, Australia.
1885 Joyce, Patrick Weston, LL.D., M.R.I.A. Lyre-na-Grena, Leinster-road, Rathmines.
1896 Kavanagh, Very Rev. Michael, D.D., P.P., V.F. New Ross.
1891 Keane, Lady. Cappoquin House, Cappoquin.
1894 Keane, Marcus, J.P. Beech Park, Ennis.
1891 Keane, Miss Frances. Glenshelane, Cappoquin.
1888 Keatinge, Charles T. 50, Lower Beechwood-avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin.
1888 Keatinge, Rev. P. A., O.S.F. Franciscan Convent, Waterford.
1898 Keelan, Patrick. 13, Greville-street, Mullingar.
1888 Keene, Charles Haines, M.A. 19, StephenÔÇÖs-green, and University Club, Dublin.
1888 Keene, Most Rev. James Bennett, D.D., Bishop of Meath. Navan.
1897 Keith, James, B.A., Inspector of Schools. The Mall, Westport.
1888 Kelly, Edmund Walsh. Bella Vista, Tramore.
1891 Kelly, Francis James, J.P. Weston, Duleek.
1885 Kelly, Ignatius S. Provincial Bank House, Cork.
1899 Kelly, Rev. James, C.C. Doonpark, Claddaduff, Clifden, Co. Galway.
1890 Kelly, Very Rev. James J., P.P., V.F. St. PeterÔÇÖs, Athlone.
1896 Kelly, Rev. John, C.C. Dalkey.

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1898 Kelly, Dr. Joseph Dillon, J.P. 31, Earl-street, Mullingar.
1891 Kelly, Richard J., Barrister-at-Law, J.P. 21, Great Charles-street, Dublin.
1891 Kelly, Thomas Aliaga. 64, Upper Leeson-street, Dublin.
1899 Kelly, Thomas J. 41, Kildare-street, Dublin.
1900 Kempson, Fredk. Robertson, F.R.I., B.A., J.P. Roath House, Cardiff. Athenaeum Club, London.
1893 Kennan, Williams R. Arcachon, Gironde, France.
1898 Kennedy, Rev. Thomas Waring. Ardamine Glebe, Gorey.
1899 Kenny, Thomas Canice. 5, Brightonvale, Monkstown, Co. Dublin.
1895 Kenny, Thomas Hugh. 55, George-street, Limerick.
1893 Kenny, William F., M.A., Barrister-at-Law. 69, Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin.
1896 Kermode, P. M. C., F.S.A. (Scot.). Cooil-ny-Freeney, Ramsey, Isle of Man.
1894 Kernan, George. Hamilton, Ailesbury-road, Dublin.
1891 Kernan, Rev. Richard Arthurs, B.D., Canon. The Rectory, Hillsborough.
1899 Kerr, Miss. 15, Clarence-avenue, Londonderry.
1889 Kerr, Rev. Wm. John B. 70, Wharf-road, Grantham, Lincolnshire.
1898 Kerrigan, Dr. Owen P. 35, Greville-street, Nullingar; and Castletown Geoghegan, Co. Westmeath.
1897 Kiernan, Mrs. Leitrim Lodge, Dalkey.
1897 Kiernan, Thomas. Leitrim Lodge, Dalkey.
1895 Killeen, John W., Solicitor. 32, Waterloo-road, Dublin.
1865 Kimberley, Rt. Hon. The Earl of, K.G. Kimberley House, Wymondham, Norfolk.
1890 King, Lucas White, LL.D., F.S.A., M.R.I.A., C.S.I. c/o H.S.King & Co., 45, Pall Mall, London.
1890 King-Edwards, William, J.P. Dartans House, Castlederg.
1899 Kinloch, Mrs. Kilfane House, Thomastown.
1895 Kinnear, Ernest A. Ballyheigue Castle, Co. Kerry.
1885 Kirkpatrick, Robert. 1, QueenÔÇÖs-square, Strathbungo, Glasgow.
1900 Knox, Francis Blake, L.R.C.P.I., L.R.C.S.I. 10, Summerhill, Kingstown.
1895 Knox, Miss K. Ennis, Co. Clare.
1899 Knox, Miss Mary Butler. Avoca-terrace, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.
1895 Laffan, P. M., L.R.C.P.I. Belper Hill, Tara, Co. Meath.
1890 Laffan, Thomas, M.D. Cashel.
1900 Lambert, Bertrand F. Powerstown House, Goresbridge, Co. Kilkenny.
1890 Langan, Rev. Thomas, D.D. St. MaryÔÇÖs, Athlone.
1897 Langrishe, Mrs. Knocktopher Abbey, Co. Kilkenny.
1895 Latimer, John. 11, Denny-street, Tralee.
1900 Lawless, Rev. Nicholas, C.C. Castlebellingham.
1891 Lawlor, Rev. Hugh Jackson, M.A., D.D. Trinity College, Dublin.
1899 Lawlor, Rev. Thomas, P.P. Killorglin.
1891 Lawson, Thomas Dillon. Bank of Ireland, Galway.
1890 Lecky, Rev. Alexander Gourley, B.A. Feddyglass, Raphoe.
1893 Ledger, Rev. William Cripps, M.A. The Rectory, Lisnaskea.
1895 Ledger, Z. J. 27, George-street, Limerick.
1900 Ledoux, Rev. Llewelyn, P.T., M.A., B.D. St. PeterÔÇÖs Rectory, Drogheda.
1889 Lee, Rev. Timothy, C.C. St. JohnÔÇÖs, Limerick.
1891 Leech, Henry Brougham, LL.D., Regius Professor of Laws, Dublin. Yew Park, Castle-avenue, Clontarf.
1894 Leeson-Marshall, M. R., Barrister-at-Law. 6, KingÔÇÖs Bench Walk, Temple, London, E.C.
1892 Le Fanu, Thomas Philip, B.A. (Cantab.). Chief SecretaryÔÇÖs Office, Dublin Castle.
1890 Leonard, John. Lisahally, Londonderry.
1892 Leonard, Mrs. T. Warrenstown, Dunsany, Co. Meath.
1891 Lepper, Francis Robert, Director. Ulster Banking Co., Belfast.
1897 LÔÇÖEstrange, Rev. A. G. Conna, Co. Cork.
1895 Lett, B. A. W., J.P. Ballyvergan, Adamstown, Co. Wexford.
1880 Lett, Rev. Henry Wm., M.A., M.R.I.A., Canon. Aghaderg Glebe, Loughbrickland.
1883 Lewis, Professor Bunnell, M.A., F.S.A. QueenÔÇÖs College, Cork.
1884 Lewis, Thomas White, M.D. Kingscliffe, Wansford, Northamptonshire.
1868 Librarian. Public Library, Armagh.
1869 Librarian. Belfast Library, Linen Hall, Belfast.
1891 Librarian. Belfast Free Public Library, Belfast.
1891 Librarian. Free Public Library, Liverpool.
1890 Librarian. Public Library, Boston, U.S.
[to be continued in Volume 10, No. 10, October 2008].

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National Library has re-opened Roman Catholic parish registers for Cashel & Emly, Cloyne and Kerry.

CIGO and The Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland (APGI) welcome todayÔÇÖs announcement from the National Library of Ireland that they are once again to allow public access to their microfilm copies of Roman Catholic parish registers from the dioceses of Cashel & Emly, Cloyne and Kerry.

At APGIÔÇÖs annual general meeting last December the matter of restricted access and, in the case of Cashel & Emly, total closure of these historical records was raised. A resolution was passed calling on the National Library to immediately lift all such restrictions in accordance with a legal opinion given as long ago as 1994, when the matter was the subject of an article in Irish Roots magazine (1994, Number 2, pp.23-24).

The National LibraryÔÇÖs collection of microfilms covers the surviving pre-1881 baptismal and marriage records of almost all Roman Catholic parishes throughout Ireland. These records are fundamental to genealogical research for most people of Irish descent. The registers were microfilmed in the 1950s and 1960s. As they then included records of living people, they were made available only with the written permission of the relevant parish priest. In the 1980s, through the intervention of the then Chief Herald of Ireland, Mr. Donal Begley, this
requirement was lifted by the relevant bishops for most dioceses, including Cashel & Emly. Having unrestricted access to these records revolutionised research for the thousands of tourists who visited Ireland each year but who had had limited time for family history research.

In 1991 the new Archbishop of Cashel & Emly, Dr. Dermot Clifford, claimed copyright in the manuscript parish registers and stated that he was giving the Tipperary Heritage Unit (now known as Tipperary Family History Research, and based in Tipperary town) exclusive rights to provide and market information from them. The holders of microfilm copies of the registers, primarily the National Library and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon Church), were informed to withdraw the films from public access. In 1992 the
National Library did so. For the past sixteen years no one has been allowed to view the microfilms from Cashel & Emly.

In 1994 the National Library was supplied with a legal opinion by Muireann O Briain, S.C., which dismissed the notion of copyright in a manuscript which were created for the purpose of maintaining records and which was not ÔÇÿthe work of one person or of joint authorshipÔÇÖ. Ms. O Briain further stated that even if copyright were upheld anyone using microfilm copies of the registers for research purposes would not be infringing any such copyright. It is believed that the National Library subsequently commissioned further legal opinions which did not differ materially from Ms. O BriainÔÇÖs, but it is only now that the microfilms are being reopened.

The reopening of Cashel & Emly records is of major importance to those trying to trace their ancestry in an area covering almost half of Co. Tipperary as well as a large part of East Limerick. No longer will those seeking their heritage have to be denied access to church registers at IrelandÔÇÖs National Library.

Absence of Editor: Please note that I will be absent from Australia from 08 August 2008 until I return on 20 October 2008. I am going to Canada for a family golden wedding anniversary, to London to visit the IGRS library and to visit the Society of Genealogists library at 14, Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road, London EC1M 7BA, and on to Ireland and Northern Ireland for the last six weeks researching local or unofficial placenames throughout the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. I will still be contactable by email but not by letter or card for the 10 weeks. October to December 2008 newsletters will be published in November 2008.

TOUR OF IRELAND 2009: Dr Perry McIntyre and Dr Richard Reid will lead a tour of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in early May 2009 for the Society of Australian Genealogists, 120 Kent Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000. Contact the Society at http://www.sag.org.au for a brochure (available in July 2008) or email your interest to perrymcintyre@optushome.com.au and ask for a brochure to be emailed or posted. The tour will be of about two weeks duration with a further week of assisted research in Dublin and perhaps elsewhere depending on research needs. Register your interest now!

Books:
Clergy of Tuam, Killala and Achonry: Biographical Succession Lists compiled by Canon J. B. Leslie and revised, edited and updated by Canon D. W. T. Crooks published by the Ulster Historical Foundation (2008), can be ordered on line at http://www.ancestryireland.com .

Two other volumes in the same series are:

Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns: Biographical Succession Lists compiled by Dr. Henry Cotton, Rev. James B. Leslie and Rev. W. H. Rennison and revised, edited and updated by Rev. Iain Knox (2008)

Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh: Biographical Succession Lists compiled by Canon J. B. Leslie and revised, edited and updated by Canon D. W. T. Crooks (2008).
Go to http://www.ancestryireland.com to order.

Articles, suggestions and information for this newsletter are welcome and may be E-mailed to: tea04055@bigpond.net.au or posted to Terry Eakin, 334 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW AUSTRALIA 2066

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