Talk:Ireland Land and Property

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Most of the content of this article has been taken from outside Internet sources and thus was not originally written by a editor. It should be completely discarded and independently re-written.

In my opinion, Google-ing for and auto-copying vast portions of articles and pasting into FamilySearch Wiki as content, is not appropriate, or, at best, should be used and cited sparingly only to emphasize points being made within an article and with proper and formal acknowledgements as to the original source. To not do so, places the wiki sponsors under considerable liability and distorts the wiki's profile and image abroad.

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Please identify specifically what was copied and where it was copied from so that the information can be fairly and accurately evaluated. Not knowing exactly where you claim this was copied from makes your allegation impossible to address. Gellilwcca 03:31, 15 February 2011 (UTC)

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Re: Valuation Revision books available online via PRONI


With respect, some of the information about Irish Valuation Revision books which you have posted on this page is incorrect. There are no valuation revision books for the Republic of Ireland on PRONI's website. The only revision books which PRONI has digitized for searching and viewing are for the six counties of Northern Ireland, i.e. Armagh, Antrim, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry (Derry) and Tyrone, and the books they have online date from 1864 to 1933. This information is very clearly laid out on the Valuation Revision Book search page of the PRONI website.