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Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Posted: 30 Dec 2012 3:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
These late famine era records might be of interest to anybody with an immigrant ancestor from that time or even to those whose ancestors stuck around in Cork.

This is an interface to what was scanned and put online for Cork. I don't think this constitutes ALL Cork records for this data source - only what is available online.

http://www.corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/reproloan/

Re: Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Posted: 31 Dec 2012 2:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for creating this shortcut.

Happy New Year!

Regards,
Jim

Re: Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Posted: 31 Dec 2012 4:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
You too Jim. May our genealogy wishes come true! :)

Re: Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Posted: 1 Jan 2013 2:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am also interested in records for Fermoy and Glanworth. Do you know if they exist and if so, will be be on line eventually? Is there anyone I can contact about those records? Thanks.

Re: Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Posted: 1 Jan 2013 7:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Madeline, unfortunately I cannot find out more about the reproductive loan records. John Grenham's book certainly gave me the impression there are more lurking in the Kew Archives given that these records extend from the 1820's. However I went to the library yesterday and looked at microfiche of the Kew Lists and under reference T 91 it didn't show me anything that looked like Schedule C, Supplementary Statements, or townland returns for any places in addition to what was already digitized. So now I don't know what to think.

You might want to take a look here:
http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/SearchUI/browse/C13...

There are other subseries of T 91, e.g., balance books and petty expense books but only for Cork areas represented in 142A and 142B.

It would require visiting Kew I imagine. You would have to ask specifically about records for Cork other than the late famine-era records that have already been digitized and put online that contain borrower data.

Re: Cork-researcher friendlier interface to UK-based Irish reproductive loan records

Posted: 2 Jan 2013 10:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for your help. At least we have learned some information from those On Line records.
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