I do not have the book but I have used it. It is a history of the RIC and
gives the serial number off all 80,000 past members. It indicates whether
they were an officer or in the ranks.
It provides a chart by which the following can be ascertained from the
1) approx date of entry.
2) film no in LDS library which will contain his service records.
3) the same for the Archives in Dublin and Belfast.
Some service records are used as examples in the book.
The records give excellent information.
Most likely the reference to Richard Nevin will only give his serial no from
which the above records can be ordered.
I have a few overdue books to be returned in the next few days. I can check
it out for you?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Cimino" <ncimino(a)hotmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 3:18 PM
Subject: FER-GOLD book re: Royal Irish Constabulary
Does anyone have the following book? I need to know what it says on p. 142
Richard NEVIN. Thanks,Nick Cimino, 1611 Geary Road, Walnut Creek, CA
94597, ncimino(a)hotmail.com, 925.945.6994 TitleThe Royal Irish Constabulary :
a complete alphabetical list of officers and men, 1816-1922 Stmnt.Resp.Jim
Herlihy ; with a foreword by W. E. Vaughan AuthorsHerlihy, Jim (Main Author)
NotesIncludes bibliographical references. SubjectsIreland - Officials and
employees - IndexesRoyal Irish Constabulary - RegistersPolice - Ireland -
Registers CopiesCall Number - Location - Status941.5 N22hj - FHL BRITISH
Book - Available FormatBooks/Monographs LanguageEnglish PublicationDublin
[Ireland] : Four Courts Press, c1999 Physicalxxxi, 488 p.
ISBN/ISSN1851825029 Subject Class941.5 N22 Film NotesNote - Location
[Film]No film notes for this title.
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