Catholic dating in northern ireland
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It’s completely private and you won’t have to share any personal details to start finding love, faith and friendship. Join e Harmony today to start meeting compatible Roman Catholic singles based in London and across the UK!In the 19th century, new Catholic parishes were created (you can find out more about parishes on the Irish land divisions page).As a result, the starting dates given for may registers may not look very promising. Many parishes changed their original geographical spread so you may well find there are earlier records for your ancestors' locality in the registers of an adjoining parish.Less than one-third of Ireland's surviving 325 burial registers date from the 19th century and about half don't start until after 1850. Longford's 20 parishes has a surviving burial register, the earliest dating from 1782, the latest starting in 1853/4. Cork, the island's largest county, where no burial registers survive, and Co.Clare, where only one register survives and that covering less than four years from 1844.