The parish was established in 1819. A team transcribed these records, all entries were proofread and sent back to the original transcriber for review. Every record went through several rounds of review and comments until they all agree that it was the best that they could do.
Book 1 contains the birth, marriage, and death registers for the years 1819 to 1838, and Book 2 contains the birth, marriage, and death registers for the years 1839 to 1890.
Here is a sample taken from Burials Book 1
age [blank], burial date 20 Aug 1821, death date [blank],
parents: [blank]; spouse [blank];
witnesses [blank]; clergyman John Loughnan.
Notes: Buried in Goose Harbour Church. From County Kilkinny Ireland.
Scan: 001_01_X1_0166, pg. 336 item no. 1
From reading the website, it look like there will be other books added when they are transcribed in the future.
Say "thank you" to the volunteers who transcribed these records.
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