Interested in pursuing a career in conservation and getting hands-on experience of working in the conservation division of a cultural institution? If so, you may be interested in this NAI conservation notice which outlines the potential work and essential requirements together with contact details for sending your CV and covering letter.
The National Archives is continually adding to its online catalogue both newly accessioned material and legacy material that has been listed to modern archival standards. View the latest additions to the catalogue for September at “What’s new in the online catalogue“.
The September Document of the Month features a published baronial map of Iveragh, county Kerry, from the 17th-century Down Survey.
The Reading Room of the National Archives will close on Wednesday 17 September 2014 at 15.00. Any inconvenience is regretted.
Testamentary records from 1923-1951 are now available to search by name of the deceased in our online catalogue. This is in addition to the calendars of wills and administrations searchable online for the years 1858-1920 and 1922-1982.
The National Archives is listing and making available files that relate to compensation claims for property losses during the Civil War period, 1921-1923, and files for counties Cork and Kerry are now available to search online. Further releases of the compensation files will be searchable as and when those for the remaining counties are listed. [...]
The ”Guide to the records deposited in the Public Record Office of Ireland“ by former Assistant Deputy Keeper of the Public Records Herbert Wood is now available to consult on our website. Published in 1919, the guide lists the collections lodged in the PROI at that time, many of which were subsequently destroyed in the fire during [...]
The National Archives, in partnership with FindMyPast and FamilySearch, has placed online some valuable new genealogical resources which complement the material already on our genealogy website. They are: Census survivals, 1821-1851; surviving and copy census returns from the pre-famine period, with considerable clusters of records for places like Cavan, Meath and Antrim; Census Search Forms, 1841-1851; records [...]
The National Archives holds a collection of soldiers’ wills for Irishmen who served in the British army in the 19th and early 20th century. These wills were made by non-commissioned soldiers who were encouraged by the army to make a will before leaving for active service. There is a small number of wills surviving for Irishmen who served [...]