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With so many regional and local dialects, even phonetical spellings of the same name can show huge variation. Prior to this date, all burials were in Church of Ireland land.
From then until 1871, the Church of Ireland, as the established church, continued to have certain state responsibilities including the decent burial of the poor, or those with no family.
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In areas where surnames are especially common, this would not otherwise be the case. ) Most marriages took place in the bride's 'mother' church, ie the place where she was baptised.
In addition, the address of the church where the ceremony took place is provided, as is the name of the officiating priest, and the names of two witnesses.
The latter are often a brother or best friend of the groom and a sister or best friend of the bride but this is not always the case.
Clare, where only one register survives and that covering less than four years from 1844.
Where they do survive, Catholic burial registers contain only the name of the deceased and the date of burial. Which is why they are not of much value genealogically.