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Letter to Éamonn Ceannt from the Registrar General about Ceannt's marriage certificate in relation to the Irish and English versions of names. Includes a copy of a letter from the Registrar General to a local Registrar on the subject, a draft response from Ceannt, and a letter from the parish priest of the church of St James,

1905 July 25.

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In Collection: Ceannt and O'Brennan Papers, 1851-1953.
Description: The Registrar General explains that he initiated a request to Ceannt from the local Registrar for English equivalents of Irish names on the marriage certificate so that both sets of names could be recorded in the Marriage Indexes. Ceannt refutes any error in the certificate, confirming the correct Irish spelling. He also refers to a possible liability for a fine, perhaps due to a delay in registering the certificate, which the priest in his letter confirms was sent to the Registrar as normal.
Main Creator: Ceannt, Éamonn, 1881-1916
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (8 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 13,069/10/5 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.