Discover your ancestors in this collection of registers and records from Waterford. Various records are included such as those pertaining to deaths and burials, emigration, and freemen. Learn details of your ancestor’s military service in the registers of war dead. Discover where your ancestor lived and details of their residence in langable rental records.
Various events are included in this collection of registers and records: burgess list, burials, deaths, directories, emigration records, freedom petitions, freemen, langable rental (rent roll), rate books, registers, and war dead. Each result will provide you with a transcript that will offer a combination of details depending on the event type.
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Within this collection are seventeen databases, primarily relating to Waterford city from 1662 to 2006:
Waterford is a city in County Waterford. The city is the oldest in the Republic of Ireland and is the fifth populous. The city is located at the head of Waterford Harbour. Its motto, Waterford remains the untaken city, was designated by King Henry VII in 1497. The motto refers to Waterford’s refusal to accept Lambert Simnel and Perkin Warbeck’s claims to the English throne.
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