Family Search records
Family Search has found a birth entry for my grandfather--how do I obtain a copy of the image (image no 00334) on FHL microfilm 101,060 from Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958
"Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958,"
database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FBHD-MP8 : 10
March 2018), --I have been unable to find birth information from the Irish
General Register Office
I currently have the image open on my computer. It is very easy for you to obtain this yourself. Just go to https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/civil-search.jsp and complete the details you have found in the FamilySearch record. You just have to complete the name, Civil Registration Office (Killarney) and year range (1884-1884) and, once you confirm you are not a robot, fill in your first & last name and "Submit". On the next page you click on "Birth of MICHAEL OMEARA in 1884", which takes you to the "Image" link.
I know it would have been easier to copy/paste the image here, but I was concerned I might be infringing some Irish copyright law! But, any problems, get back to me. A very straightforward process though - and you will have the image displayed, for free, in a matter of minutes.
(All good experience for me, should I find I have Irish ancestry myself!)2
Thanks very much for your prompt answer. This record, however, is not my grandfather's birth record. His marriage certificate in Boston, MA shows his parents, and they are not the people listed on the record here. He also listed a different date of birth on other records including his naturalization papers. I did check out this record and the others listed earlier today when looking at the GRO.
It would appear that Paul W showed you how to find the image of the FamilySearch record you posted above in the first post.
It is disappointing that you now consider that it is the birth record for another man, but that is another matter. You were able to find a digital copy of the record you requested.0