Saturday, 19 March 2016

Irish police records from Findmypast

Irish Revenue Police, 1830-1857 consists of 37,800 records, transcript indexes and images, consisting of minutes of appointments, which recorded transfers of privates between stations or parties, dismissals of privates and, appointments to permanent positions at the end of their probation period. Disbanded on 1 October 1857 the role was assumed by the Irish Constabulary. Read more at http://irish-police.com/irish-revenue-police-1832-1857/


Royal Irish Constabulary pensions 1873-1925, with 112,581 entries records amounts paid monthly to RIC pensioners and their dependents. Includes pension registers, registers of deceased pensioners, pension rolls upon disbandment (1922), and registers of widows and children. In the pension registers find name, rank, where pension paid as well as year and age when pensioned.

Royal Irish Constabulary History & Directories contains over 1,670 pages from 6 different publications printed between 1871 and 1920 that provide further insight into the daily operations of the police force and the history of the organisation.

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