Cork Past and Present

This site by the Cork City Libraries features a huge collection of digital material. Use the Genealogy Link to access the following and more:
• Index to O’Kief, Coshe Mang – Cork material
• Index to O’Kief, Coshe Mang – Kerry Material
• Old lanes and alleys of Cork
• Cork city District Electoral Divisions (DED)
• Pike’s Contemporary Biographies
• Gillman’s Index to Marriage Licence Bonds – Cork and Ross 1623-1750
• Green’s Index to Marriage Licence Bonds – Cloyne 1630-1800
• Index to Irish Wills – Cork & Ross; Cloyne 1548-1800
• McDonnell’s Index of Births, Marriages and Deaths, includes announcements published in The Constitution and Cork Advertiser newspaper from 1828 to 1830
Other digitised material includes:
• Colonel James Grove White’s, Historical and Topographical Notes Historical and Topographical Notes etc. 1906-1915. Known as the Grove White notes on places in North Cork.
• Cork related articles from the Illustrated London News 1844-1885
• Items of Cork interest from The Irish Builder, 1867 to 1884
• Cork city and county street and trade directories 1787; 1809-1810; 1844-5; 1846; 1856; 1863; 1870; 1871; 1875-1876; 1884; 1891; 1907; 1913; 1921 and 1945
• William Maziere Brady’s, Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, 1863-1864
• Reverend John Harding Cole’s, Church and Parish Records of the United Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, 1863-1903
• J Windele’s, Historical and descriptive notices of the city of Cork and its vicinity, 1839
• Francis H Tuckey’s, Cork Remembrancer, 1837. A valuable chronology of events in Cork from the earliest times until 1820.
Use the Library Catalogue to access:
• Hundreds of online images, mainly about Cork
• Local index to newspapers and periodicals
The is also sections on Cork writers, artists and musicans

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