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Standard Report on Methods and Quality for Marriages Registration

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This documentation applies to the reporting period: <2007 onwards>

Last edited: 24/09/2009

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Every Marriage occurring in Ireland must be registered with the General Register Office. The details of these Marriage registrations are compiled into statistical reports by the Central Statistics Office, acting on behalf of the Department of Health and Children.

Statistics on Marriages registered in Ireland have been collected and published since 1864.

They provide a comprehensive picture of the number of Marriages, and provide demographic details on the people getting married. They are important for demographic research, and for certain kinds of social research.


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