Genealogical Archive of 52,000 Irish-Jewish, from Over 200 Years, Presented To Dublin City

Posted by Jean-Yves on Jul 11, 2020

In 2015, a genealogist who had compiled an archive of records of the Irish Jewish community spanning 400 years presented copies of the 16 volumes, made of 52,000 names to Dublin’s mayor.

Dublin-based retired businessman Stuart Rosenblatt collected and collated the information pertaining to births, marriages, burials, school records, and census information dating back to 1664. He presented 12 volumes of his work to the then Lord Mayor of Dublin Críona Ní Dhálaigh.

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Trying to find info on my great grandmother Mosine Rothschild, lived in Denmark.


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