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PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 4:31 am 
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1st June 2017

Dear Friends of Clare

I have been working on the Catholic Records for Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish records on and off for the past several years, and have programmed a Microsoft Access Relational Database to capture the information. The transcription has been performed in South Australia. I am related to the Quinlivan's of Killaloe & O'Briensbridge who migrated to South Australia in the 1800's.

With many thanks to Peter Beirne from the Clare Library at Ennis, Patrick O'Brien (author of Looking Over My Shoulder), and my cousin Ron Featherston. These gentlemen have supported and encouraged me along the way, with endless questions and proofing.

KILLALOE & O'BRIENSBRIDGE PARISH REGISTERS TRANSCRIPTIONS RESEARCH Edition

Because of the publishing file size limitation <1Mb, the original Excel Spreadsheet of Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Baptisms in Excel spreadsheet had to be broken into 5 segments, (over 8500 records) 2 x files for the Original Transcript, 3 x files for Research Edition (PLEASE DONT FORGET TO DOWNLOAD ALL FILES FOR THE COMPLETE SET).

Note: The Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Marriage Transcription Register contains both Original and Research Ed, an identical copy is place here for convenience.

The Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Registers Transcriptions Research Edition contains additional columns of information to assist the researcher in tracking information.

PRIVATE USAGE LICENCE: THIS WORK IS PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT (c).
The Killaloe Parish Transcriptions Registers are for Non-Commercial Use Only, publishing and use of the material is allowed for (reasonable, small) private use, with applicable citations accrediting author and the publication source.

You will find the Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Bapt & Marriage ORIGINAL Edition
The Original edition contains the fields/columns as recorded by the priests in the historic registers.
http://www.ourlibrary.ca/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=6863


Kind Regards

Jeff Fitzsimmons
Adelaide
South Australia


Attachments:
File comment: Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Transcription Marriage Registers (1829-1880) RESEARCH & ORIGINAL (Combined) Edition
Killaloe Parish - Marriages (1829-1880).xlsx [902.97 KiB]
Downloaded 446 times
File comment: Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Baptisms Transcription Research Ed (1855-1881) Pt 3 of 3
Killaloe Parish - Baptisms - Research Ed (pt3 1855-1881).xlsx [716.42 KiB]
Downloaded 228 times
File comment: Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Baptisms Transcription Research Ed (1840-1855) Pt 2 of 3
Killaloe Parish - Baptisms - Research Ed (pt2 1840-1855).xlsx [823.75 KiB]
Downloaded 213 times
File comment: Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Baptisms Transcription Research Ed (1828-1840) Pt 1 of 3
Killaloe Parish - Baptisms - Research Ed (pt1 1828-1840).xlsx [954.06 KiB]
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 03, 2017 4:48 am 
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Well done Jeff on completing a huge and difficult task.
I have updated the Transcribers Register accordingly.
Cheers Murf


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:54 pm 
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cityfitz wrote:
1st June 2017

Dear Friends of Clare

I have been working on the Catholic Records for Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish records on and off for the past several years, and have programmed a Microsoft Access Relational Database to capture the information. The transcription has been performed in South Australia. I am related to the Quinlivan's of Killaloe & O'Briensbridge who migrated to South Australia in the 1800's.

With many thanks to Peter Beirne from the Clare Library at Ennis, Patrick O'Brien (author of Looking Over My Shoulder), and my cousin Ron Featherston. These gentlemen have supported and encouraged me along the way, with endless questions and proofing.

KILLALOE & O'BRIENSBRIDGE PARISH REGISTERS TRANSCRIPTIONS RESEARCH Edition

Because of the publishing file size limitation <1Mb, the original Excel Spreadsheet of Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Baptisms in Excel spreadsheet had to be broken into 5 segments, (over 8500 records) 2 x files for the Original Transcript, 3 x files for Research Edition (PLEASE DONT FORGET TO DOWNLOAD ALL FILES FOR THE COMPLETE SET).

Note: The Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Marriage Transcription Register contains both Original and Research Ed, an identical copy is place here for convenience.

The Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Registers Transcriptions Research Edition contains additional columns of information to assist the researcher in tracking information.

PRIVATE USAGE LICENCE: THIS WORK IS PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT (c).
The Killaloe Parish Transcriptions Registers are for Non-Commercial Use Only, publishing and use of the material is allowed for (reasonable, small) private use, with applicable citations accrediting author and the publication source.

You will find the Killaloe & O'Briensbridge Parish Bapt & Marriage ORIGINAL Edition
The Original edition contains the fields/columns as recorded by the priests in the historic registers.
http://www.ourlibrary.ca/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=6863


Kind Regards

Jeff Fitzsimmons
Adelaide
South Australia


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