Number of women (green) vs. men (blue) in the database (month) Needless to say, in is increasing, albeit slowly. For example, since The lives written since are women. We believe this rate will gradually increase. Percentage of women by date of death, (only women with a date of death earlier than) Various biographical projects address this issue by further researching life omissions in the original publication and filling some of these omissions by publishing additional volumes or supplements . The term missing person is what we use to describe these lives.
We believe that the Irish Biography Project should Latest Mailing Database be at the heart of this. We are looking for women who have disappeared, and we hope to gradually write about their lives. The names team always welcomes your suggestions. By contacting us. Visitors to can now listen to the audio file that has been added to the County Down place name. The Irish and English audio files have added the names of barony, legal parish and town, and some physical features. Added sounds for place names from . Audio files have since been attached to county place names, the first county in Northern Ireland to create such files.
It is hoped that these sound files will provide researchers and the public with a guide to the pronunciation of local place names. This work is carried out jointly with the Place Names Branch (Department of Culture, Heritage and Gailtacht) and the Northern Ireland Place Names Project (í, ). is a website that provides the public with the official Irish names of places, districts, towns, streets and post offices across the country. Most visitors to this site per month. The most popular searches were Dublin (search), Galway and Cork. The most searched place names in are.