With those one has to allow for variations in spellings etc, e.g.
Waterford is often down as Water ford
A lot of leniency needs to be given for name spelling etc...
On 31/08/2014 22:09, Ian Elliott via wrote:
Ancestry.co.uk has added an index to Irish marriages that were
Walker's Hibernian Magazine. There are some 30,000 records in this
two-volume collection and the marriage announcements are cross-referenced by
both the husband and wife's surnames. The collection spans the years from
1771 to 1812. Access is by subscription. For those who don't have a
subscription to Ancestry, these books are available to view freely at:
The entries refer mostly to upper class members of society.