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Documenting Ireland Parliament, People and Migration DIPPM Documenting Ireland Parliament, People and Migration DIPPM is an online virtual archive of documents and sources relating to the history of Ireland and its migration experience. It is suppoted by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, University of Ulster and Libraries NI.
Family Search Research Wiki In the FamilySearch Research Wiki, you can learn about how to do genealogical research or share your knowledge with others.
The Irish census of 1901 and 1911 The search portal to the Irish 1901 and 1911 census provided by the National Archives of Ireland.
Irish Genealogy Genealogy website sponsored by the Dept. of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
Irish Roots magazine Irish Roots magazine is a genealogy and family history magazine dedicated entirely to Irish ancestral research. Irish Roots magazine aims to empower its readers with the skills and tools necessary to undertake their own ancestral research. Irish Roots magazine is a celebration of Irish ancestry, heritage, culture and traditions. www.irishrootsmagazine.com or www.facebook.com/irishrootsmag
Irish Family History Foundation The Irish Family History Foundation (IFHF) with its all Ireland network of local county genealogy centres is the largest provider of professional family history research services in Ireland.
The National Archives of Ireland The National Archives holds many of the records which are relevant to Irish genealogy and local history. Although it cannot undertake research on behalf of members of the public, everyone is welcome to visit and explore the sources we hold on family and local history. Members of the public can also avail of our in-house Genealogy Service which offers a free, short personal consultation service by professional genealogists to visitors to the National Archives who are researching their family tree.
GENUKI UK & Ireland The aim of GENUKI is to serve as a comprehensive "virtual reference library" of genealogical information that is relevant to the UK & Ireland. It is organised so as to make it easy to find what information on what topics is available online related to given geographical localities (even down to parish level). It is a noncommercial service, provided by an ever-growing group of volunteers in cooperation with the Federation of Family History Societies and a number of its member societies. It is not just a "list of links" to information elsewhere but rather it also contains a large and ever-growing set of specially-produced information pages (over 88,000, containing nearly 2.5 Gbytes of text, as of January 2009).
findmypast.ie Findmypast Ireland - brought to you by two partners who really understand family history
Findmypast Ireland is a new website set up by two experts in the field of family history: Eneclann, an award-winning research and publishing house with extensive experience in family history in Ireland, and findmypast, a leading family history website, initially launched in the UK. Together, we have worked to bring you a website which will help you to understand your Irish heritage and make amazing discoveries about your ancestors.
familylink FamilyLink provides the platform for the family social experience. Family members can create family generated content, preserve interactions, add historical content and communicate across a number of mediums.
FamilyLink's flagship application We're Related launched in 2007 and today has more than 60 million users making it a top family Facebook application. More than 20 million users use the product on a monthly basis.
FamilyLink also leverages its content relationships to provide valuable historical family content. Families can search over 3.6 billion names to find, tag and integrate ancestors.
NUI Galway Landed Estates Database The Landed Estates Web site, a searchable, online database of all Landed Estates in Connacht and Munster, maintained by the Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities and Social Studies, National University of Ireland, Galway.
The Landed Estates Database provides a comprehensive and integrated resource guide to landed estates and historic houses in Connacht and Munster, c. 1700-1914. The aim of this guide is to assist and support researchers working on the social, economic, political and cultural history of Connacht and Munster from c.1700 to 1914.
Cork Past and Present Genealogy In this section of Cork Past and Present, you will find a guide to tracing your family history, a list of the sources for genealogical research in Cork City Libraries, and links to useful web sites on genealogy. We hope you find them interesting and helpful.
County Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Centre
National Centre for Gecocomputation Online Atlas Portal Irish Population Change Atlas.
The Irish famine population atlas provides population data for all 32 counties within the Island of Ireland from 1841 to 2002. Data is available at Electoral Division level, at a consistent set of 3432 EDs, which is based on the 1851 Electoral Division boundaries.The data used in this population atlas is from 16 censuses, taken in both the Republic and the North of Ireland between 1841 and 2002.
irish lives remembered irish Lives remembered is a new Irish Genealogy Community website based in County Louth.