There are over 1 million index records, 1,037,567 according to the catalogue entry, in this newly available collection.
Taken from a 16-volume series, commonly known as the Casey Collection, it is a compilation of Irish genealogical and historical records from parts of counties Cork and Kerry — Roman Catholic, Church of Ireland, and Quaker birth, baptism, marriage, death, and burial records transcribed from parish and civil registers.
“You can search the database using the indexed fields or browse by volume. The information contained within this collection includes the following:
Event type (birth, marriage, death, and burial)
Age at time of event
Next of kin’s name
More genealogical and historical information can be found by viewing the images.”
One Reply to “New on Ancestry: Ireland, Casey Collection Indexes, 1545-1960”
This is great ! I have long wanted to peruse the Casey Collection for my Moynahans and Brennans.
Thanks for posting