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Re: Emigration - Ireland to Scotland
Posted by: Pat OHalloran (ID *****4310) Date: October 17, 2012 at 14:39:55
In Reply to: Emigration - Ireland to Scotland by col thomas of 94842

Hi Drogheda, Louth was a major departure port to Liverpool & UK during the famine, 2nd largest I understand also Greenore in North County Louth. It was all part of the UK then so no records required.

There are sites such as Family Search that give Irish births etc and Irish Family History Foundation but this is a charge site.

Regards

Pat


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