Irish Ancestry research 20% increase since Brexit

By: Family Heritage Search  09/07/2016
Keywords: Ireland, Ancestry, Brexit, Passports

Ancestry.co.uk have reported a 40% surge in their new trial memberships in the week following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, with daily searches of the Ancestry’s Irish records was up by 20%. The figures come after a deluge of new applications for Irish passports from UK citizens worried about Brexit.

Keywords: Ireland, Ancestry, Brexit, Passports

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