I searched Alibris.com
for this title. They have no copies but here's their
The Royal Irish Constabulary: A Complete Alphabetical List of Officers and Men, 1816-1922
by Herlihy, Jim
About this title: Some 85,000 officers and men served in the RIC and its predecessor force
in the period 1816 to 1922. The core genealogical information on all these policemen is
contained in the original forty-two volume RIC General Registers of Service and
four-volume Officers' Registers for which the present volume provides a printed index.
This book consists of introductory chapters on how to access original RIC Registers, held
in the Public Records Office at Kew, in Surrey, England, and microfilm copies of these
accessible in the National Archives, Dublin, Ireland, and via the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints Family History Centres. The RIC Microfiche Index and the RIC Database
are also discussed. This is followed by the complete list of surnames, first names and RIC
service numbers of all 83,743 rank and file RIC men. In the case of RIC officers the book
contains all 1681 RIC officers' surnames and first names and identifies whether the
officers entered the !
RIC officer class by cadetship or were promoted through the ranks.
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and search for the book title - there are nine items
listed. My great-great-grandfather was an officer and I need to look him up.