The Irish website, www.irishgenealogy.ie has extended the civil registration records available on their free website.
Non-Catholic marriages in Ireland were registered from April 1845, while these are largely Church of Ireland and Presbyterian marriages, marriages in registry offices and mixed marriages that took place outside of the Roman Catholic church can be found in this collection.
Images of non-Catholic marriage registrations from 1845 to 1864 are now freely available to view online at www.irishgenealogy.ie The marriage registration will record the date and place where the marriage took place, the name, age, occupation and address of the bride and groom, the names and occupations of their fathers and the names of the witnesses and officiating minister.
The site has also extended available birth records up to 1919, marriage records up to 1944 and death registrations up to 1969.
However, early deaths from between 1864 and 1877 have not yet been made available, although the index entries can still be found for these records.
If you find an index entry for a death between 1864 and 1877, or a record for which the image has not been published, you can order a copy using the Timeline Genealogy Clerk Service.
For more information on searching Irish civil registration records see the Timeline Guide for Tracing Your Irish Ancestors Online.