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With so many regional and local dialects, even phonetical spellings of the same name can show huge variation. Prior to this date, all burials were in Church of Ireland land.From then until 1871, the Church of Ireland, as the established church, continued to have certain state responsibilities including the decent burial of the poor, or those with no family.So when you start to trace family history in Ireland, don't forget to search Anglican churchyards, even if your family was of another religion.Poverty was not the only reason why a non-Protestant might have been laid to rest in a Church of Ireland graveyard after the 1820s.
In areas where surnames are especially common, this would not otherwise be the case. ) Most marriages took place in the bride's 'mother' church, ie the place where she was baptised.
When it comes to burial registers, the picture is rather more patchy (see below).
Surviving Roman Catholic baptism records usually record the date of baptism, the child's name, the father's name in full, the mother's first name and maiden surname, the name of any godparents (sponsors) and the residence of the parents.
A Dialogue with GOD, by David Sadie - a lay Catholic from Johannesburg.
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