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Ireland Research

In Ireland, research will be conducted in the following archives. Not only will you gain access to the research of a skilled Irish genealogist, Kyle J. Betit, but you'll gain access to the records within the following major Irish institutions:

  • Genealogical Office, 2 Kildare Street, Dublin.
    Genealogical pedigrees and family history manuscripts are housed here. This museum focuses on the uses of heraldry. Exhibits include shields, banners, coins, paintings, porcelain, and stamps depicting coats of arms. More info - http://www.nli.ie/fr_offi.htm.
  • General Register Office, Dublin [Oifig an Árd Chláraitheora]
    Civil registration (birth, marriage, death) beginning in 1864. More info - http://www.groireland.ie/
  • National Archives of Ireland, Dublin [An Chartlann Náisiúnta]
    Many manuscript materials relating to Irish history and genealogy including surviving censuses, freeholders lists, wills, estate papers and administrations. More info - http://www.nationalarchives.ie
  • National Library of Ireland, Dublin [Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann] Roman Catholic parish registers, published works on Irish history and genealogy, and manuscripts such as estate papers and freeholders lists, are housed here. More info - http://www.nli.ie/
  • Registry of Deeds, Dublin [Chárlann na Talún & Chárlann na nGíomhas] Memorials of deeds relating to property in Ireland beginning in 1708. More info - http://www.irlgov.ie/landreg/default.htm
  • Representative Church Body Library, Dublin Church of Ireland parish registers and other records. More info - http://www.ireland.anglican.org/library/index.html
  • Trinity College Library, Dublin This is the largest research library in Ireland and it contains many manuscripts, including landed estate papers of Irish landlords. More info - http://www2.tcd.ie/Library
  • University College Dublin Archives Department, Dublin [Roinn na gCartlann] Additional estate papers, Irish Folklore Commission collections, documents pertaining to history and culture. More info - http://www.ucd.ie/~archives/
  • Valuation Office of Ireland, Dublin Manuscript valuation materials and maps, circa 1830-present. More info - http://www.valoff.ie/
  • General Register Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast
    Post-1922 civil registration for Northern Ireland. More info - http://www.groni.gov.uk/index.htm
  • Linen Hall Library, Belfast Northern Ireland Genealogies, books, newspapers, newspaper indexes. Library was founded in 1788 and is the oldest library in Belfast. More info - http://www.linenhall.com/Home/home.html
  • Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast Maps useful in going "on site" to find homesites in the countryside. More Info - http://www.osni.gov.uk/
  • Presbyterian Historical Society, Belfast Northern Ireland The oldest Presbyterian records of Northern Ireland are kept here.
  • Public Record Office of Northern Ireland Belfast Most manuscript records relating to Northern Ireland genealogy, including church registers, wills, estate papers. More info - http://proni.nics.gov.uk/index.htm

I'm interested, but how can I find out if my family can be researched or is ready to be researched in Ireland? Fill out this form and one of us will be in touch with you. You don't have a village of origin in Ireland for your ancestor yet? Well, then you still need to have North American research completed. Ask for a free evaluation.

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