Creator(s): St. Bride's Parish, Dublin
Carroll, William George, 1821-1885, Reverend
Administrative History ↴
The collection was compiled and owned by the Rev. William George Carroll of St. Bride's Parish, Dublin. Carroll was Rector of St. Bride's in the second half of the 19th century and was also an historian and writer. He was an uncle of George Bernard Shaw who he baptised in St. Bride's and was the first Protestant clergyman in Ireland to declare for Home Rule.
Archival History ↴
The collection was compiled and presented by Rev. WG Carroll (apparently posthumously) in 1885.
Immediate Source Acquisition ↴
Content & Structure
Scope & Content: St. Bride's Parish, Dublin
Carroll, William George, 1821-1885, Reverend ↴
The collection contains a wealth of information on the parish of St. Bride’s, Dublin. The collection specifically contains the following: Register of Baptisms (1633-1801), Register of Marriages (1653-1800), Register of Burials (1634-1800); History of St Bride’s Dublin Latin schools, Vestry accounts of St. Bride’s, St. Michael le Pole’s and St. Stephen’s Dublin.
Appraisal Destruction ↴
The collection arranged according to document type
Conditions of Access & Use
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The Manuscripts and Archives Research Library, Trinity College Dublin holds further related material: IE TCD MS 9932/39 Transcriptions of Baptismal entries 1633-1714 for St. Brides parish Dublin. Transcribed by Alita Dusek from TCD MS and edited in abbreviated form in 'The Irish genealogist'.
Trinity College Library legacy numbering system applied multiple numbers to single fonds
Descriptive Control Area
Natalie Milne, March 2014
ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description. 2nd ed. Ottawa: International Council on Archives, 2000.