Discover your ancestor who lived in Ireland and was included in The Treble Almanac 1829. You may be able to find your relative’s full name, where they lived, what they worked at, and if they were peers.
Each record comprises a transcript of the original almanac. The amount of information listed varies, but the records usually include a combination of the following information about your ancestor:
• First name(s)
• Last name
The image may contain additional details, including:
• Rank or occupation
• Business address
The record set comprises 17,300 records.
The Treble Almanacs incorporate three publications:
• John Watson Stewart's Almanac, a publication that includes a vast amount of information on a wide range of topics from army lists and mail coaches through to farming and schools
• The English Court Registry, which lists key individuals of the day, including royalty, peers, earls, MPs, Army and Naval officers
• Wilson's Dublin Directory, a trade directory listing Dublin streets, lanes, and alleys, as well as details of merchants and traders