- General Register Office
From The Irish Independent,
19 January 2000
Service at office 'abysmal' - Proposals to ease congestion
at the offices housing birth, marriage and death records by depositing
microfilm copies in the National Library have been made in a report to
the Minister for Health.
The report, compiled by the Council of Irish Genealogical Organisations
(CIGO), follows a public meeting last year held to discuss the "abysmal"
level of service supplied to the public at the General Registrar's Office
in Lombard Street, Dublin.
It recommends depositing microfilm copies of the civil registers of births,
deaths and marriages along with accompanying indexes up to 1900 in the
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