The links on this page lead to entries in the registers of births, marriages and deaths in the General Register Office in Dublin for the period 1845 to 1900. Assuming the original index entries are correct, and assuming that I have not made any transcription errors, you can use this information to order a copy of the original entry from the General Register Office. However these data were collected nearly 20 years ago; since then it has become possible to download many Irish birth, marriage and death records for free from the excellent Irish Genealogy website; I suggest you go there.
Note: I do not give any guarantee that the information here is correct. I will not be held responsible if the GRO keeps your money and does not provide a copy because of a "wrong reference". If you do decide to use these data to order a copy, I suggest you first ask me to check the transcription from my original notes to this web page.
Some bearers of the surnames given here are related - to a greater or lesser extent - to the Loneys of Erryville, Cashel, Co Tipperary. The number included for each individual surname broadly reflects the closeness of that relationship. I include some spelling variations for Trayer (a surname, even today, often spelled incorrectly). If you are interested in my data on any of these surnames, do please mail me. I , for my part, would welcome any additional information you may have about any of these entries.
"May have married ..." means that the same page references appears for the other person; some pages, however, contain more that one marriage, so this may be coincidence.Acheson (0 births, 9 marriages, 0 deaths)