Welcome to irishgenealogy.ie the website dedicated to helping you search for family history records for past generations. The website is now home to the historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths of the General Register Office. These records join the Indexes to the historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths that were already available on the website.
Census of Ireland 1901/1911 and Census fragments and substitutes,
Your free and independent guide to finding your Irish ancestors
Ireland’s most active genealogical organization
AskAboutIreland.ie and the Cultural Heritage Project is an initiative of public libraries together with local museums and archives in the digitisation and online publication of the original, the unusual and the unique material from their local studies' collections to create a national Internet resource for culture.
GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for Northern Ireland.
This site contains genealogical information extracted from various census, directories, cemeteries and newspapers. Free sources of Irish genealogical information are rare on the internet!. This site offers a number of online Irish databases and transcribed documents, including Land Owners in Ireland 1876, Irish Flax Growers List 1796, Pigot & Co's Provincial Directory of Ireland 1824, Postal Directory of Cork 1842-43, Slater's Commercial Directory of Ireland 1846, Guy's Postal Directory of Cork 1914 and cemetery transcriptions and photographs.
Discover your Irish and Scots-Irish Ancestors with the help of the Ulster Historical Foundation.
The LibraryIreland.com project was commenced in February 2005 with the aim of providing free information on all aspects of Ireland.
Irelands Valuation office conducted its first survey of property ownership in Ireland from 1848 to 1864. The survey was used to determine the amount of tax each person should pay towards the support of the poor within their poor law union. This involved determining the value of all privately held lands and buildings in rural as well as urban areas to figure the rate at which each unit of property could be rented year after year. The resulting survey was arranged by barony and civil parish with an index to the townlands appearing in each volume. Griffith's Valuation can be used as an excellent census substitute for the years after the Great Famine as censuses prior to 1901 were destroyed.
BillionGraves is the world′s largest resource for searchable GPS cemetery data, and is growing bigger and better every day. You can help by collecting headstone images from local and other cemeteries, and then by transcribing the personal information found on the images.
The idea behind this site is straightforward: to act as a single reference point for anyone interested in their Irish forebears. There are no transcripts of original records, rather a series of detailed guides to which records are relevant, and where they are.
Central civil repository for records relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages in Ireland
FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. FamilySearch believes that families bring joy and meaning to life.
New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is America’s founding genealogical organization and the most respected name in family history. Established in 1845, NEHGS is the nation’s leading comprehensive resource for family history research and the largest Society of its kind in the world. We provide expert family history services through our staff, original scholarship, data-rich website, educational opportunities, and research center to help family historians of all levels explore their past and understand their families’ unique place in history.
A site for Irish people living or traveling in Argentina. This site is open to everyone interested in Argentina but it is designed for Irish people, Irish Argentine, and friends of both. If you are back in the old country and want to keep in touch with all things Irish in Argentina then this is the site for you.
The Military Archives has been the official place of deposit for records of the Irish Defence Forces, the Department of Defence and the Army Pensions Board since 1990, as defined in the National Archives Act, 1986.
This website contains images from the NLI’s collection of Catholic parish register microfilms. The registers contain records of baptisms and marriages from the majority of Catholic parishes in Ireland and Northern Ireland up to 1880.
TIARA (The Irish Ancestral Research Association) is a non-profit organization. It promotes the growth, study and exchange of ideas among people and organizations interested in Irish genealogy, historical research, and education
Irish Genealogical Society's Irish Roots Cafe
The Historical Records of The County and City of Cork
A Skibbereen Girl's Web Site created while researching her own family roots in southwest Cork
Clans of Ireland ~ Finte na hÉireann, an independent permanent authority established in 1989 to authenticate and register Irish Clans and historical families; to promote the interests of Irish Clans at home and abroad; and unite them into a cohesive cultural movement.
Irish Origenes Databases and Maps (Surnames, Clan Territories, and Castles) that one would need to help pinpoint where one's own Irish Ancestors lived using only the results of a DNA test
Irish Surname Maps based on 1901 and 1911 Censuses
Colorize Photos: Use Deep Learning to Automatically Colorize Black and White Photos
Not just for Irish photos but I used it for my own family tree.
Explore the vast database of 51 million+ passenger records.
The USGenWeb Project is a group of volunteers working together and having fun providing free online genealogy help and information for every U.S. state and county. Our national site provides links to state sites, which, in turn, provide gateways to the counties.
Family History Daily has been providing articles, courses and tools to help family history enthusiasts discover their ancestors since 2013. You can read our articles here, search for free genealogy research websites using our search tool, doGenealogy, or take an online course to build your research skills.
This community uses DNA and traditional genealogical sources to grow an accurate single family tree.
Learn how you can use the resources at the National Archives to explore your family's ancestry.
The National Archives is a non-ministerial government department. Its parent department is the Department for Culture, Media and Sport of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Library and Archives Canada is a federal institution tasked with acquiring, preserving and making Canada's documentary heritage accessible.
Automated Genealogy hosts several projects to index Canadian censuses. Over the last several years Library and Archives Canada has digitized their microfilms of the original census forms for several of the Canadian censuses and Automated Genealogy has organized volunteers to produce indices to the people enumerated in these censuses
South African Genealogy was established in 2004 with the aim of helping fellow researchers find their ancestors in South Africa.
AfriGeneas is a site devoted to African American genealogy, to researching African Ancestry in the Americas in particular and to genealogical research and resources in general.
Easy-to-use genealogy website features tens of millions of records, research tools, and other resources to help those with Jewish ancestry research and find family members.
This site contains tools for finding immigration records, census records, vital records, and for dealing with calendars, maps, foreign alphabets, and numerous other applications. Some of these tools fetch data from other websites but do so in more versatile ways than the search tools provided on those websites.
The National Archives of Australia can best be described as the memory of our nation – collecting and preserving Australian Government records that reflect our history and identity.
To find your whakapapa (genealogy), you can search old birth, death and marriage records.
MyHeritage is an online genealogy platform with web, mobile, and software products and services. Users of the platform can create family trees, upload and browse through photos, and search billions of global historical records, among other features
23andMe is a privately held personal genomics and biotechnology company based in Mountain View, California. The company is named for the 23 pairs of chromosomes in a normal human cell.
Uncover your heritage and find out where your ancestors came from. Map ethnic and geographic background, Gain insight into ancestral origins. Confirm family history and traditions.
Cyndi's List has been a trusted genealogy research site for more than 20 years. Cyndi's List is free for everyone to use and it is meant to be your starting point when researching online.
The Museum's collections database contains more than 270,000 records, including: Photos and albums—Images of life before, during, and after the Holocaust;
The Italian Genealogical Group (IGG) is a not for profit organization that was established in 1993 to provide support for those interested in researching their Italian ancestry. Our goal is to explore, develop and share the latest investigative methods and available resources in Italian Genealogy.
A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.
Dick Eastman has been writing this genealogy newsletter for 22 years.
He has been involved in genealogy for more than 35 years.
The Old Fulton NY Post Cards website originally began as a postcard digitization project, but has since evolved into the largest free online collection of New York newspapers on the Internet. The site currently has millions of historical newspaper pages online from over 450 New York Newspapers spanning the years 1795 to 2008
The goal of the Genealogy Trails History Group is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data for the free use of all researchers.
The information included in the India Office Family History Search website is taken from a card index hitherto available only at the British Library. The card index was compiled by members of staff at the India Office Records from the mid-1970s onwards to meet the growing interest in genealogy.
A list of Native American genealogy resources and searchable databases.
The Hispanic Genealogical Society Of New York is a non-profit public service and educational organization, headquartered in New York City, where our volunteer staff organizes meetings, plan projects, provide instructional forums and host seminars.
Great site on British military personnel who spent time in WWII Prisoner of War camps.
ThoughtCo's great Genealogy Section
Here at iReviews, we know that doing genealogy research online is hard because there are so many different options available. Many of the top sites charge a subscription fee that allows you to pay for a month up to a year of service and get unlimited access to all of their available resources. There are also free sites that provide some great data and allow you to share your tree with others. You’ll find all the top websites to use in our definitive guide to the 25 best genealogy websites that help you find the information that you need to build your family tree.
Muintir Mathuna - The O'Mahony Society, is the international association of members and friends of the O'Mahony Clan. The O Mahonys (O Mathuna in Gaelic) descend from Mathuin (Mahon), son of Cian mac Maol Muadh, Prince of Raithleann, and Saidhb, daughter of Brian Boru. Mathuin became Prince of Raithleann and chief of the Ui Eachach Mumhan in 1014 A.D.
All male O'Mahony descendants, regardless of race, ethnicity or the precise spelling of their last name, are welcome and encouraged to participate in the O MAHONY Surname DNA project. The project analyzes the Y-chromosome to determine kinship. Men inherit both their Y-chromosome and their surname from their fathers; and pass both on to their sons. Women do not have a Y-chromosome, and traditionally adopt their husband’s surname. Therefore, female descendants are only able to participate in the O MAHONY Surname DNA project through a male O’Mahony relative.
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