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Born in Umricam 1946 i immigrated to USA 1956

 

Tom T

Tuesday 3rd May 2022, 09:54PM

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  • No Timoney families in Umrycam in the 1911 Irish census, so I presume this family arrived there after that. Probably best start by ordering the person’s birth certificate from GRONI. That will give you the parents’ names and you can work back from that by searching for their marriage etc.

    GRONI is the only repository for birth, death and marriage records in what is now Northern Ireland, from 1.1.1922 onwards. (Ancestry and other websites don’t have them).

    Births in Northern Ireland within the past 100 years, marriages within the past 75 and deaths within the past 50 aren’t searchable on-line. They are open to the public, just not on-line. If you know all the key details eg exact date and place of birth, parents names etc, you can order a copy of a certificate from GRONI for £15 (sterling). https://geni.nidirect.gov.uk

    But if you don’t have all the information, you need to get in touch with them to get a search done.  They will do a 5 year search for £7 and if they find a matching certificate you can purchase it for £8, coming to a total of £15. It will be posted to you a few days later. You pay over the phone using a credit card. You type your number in on the phone keypad. They don’t know what it is.  They won’t deal with these searches and orders by e-mail or post because they need you to type the credit card number in yourself.

    Phone: 0300 200 7890 (+44 300 200 7890 from outside the UK)

    Elwyn, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Wednesday 4th May 2022, 12:13AM