This Irish Genealogy site offers the Irish descendant (from New York, Canada, UK, Australia...) the chance to trace their Irish family tree and search for their surname origins and the records of their Irish ancestor's birth, marriage or death.
How does one start looking for
This section will give you a brief introduction of how to go about hunting
for your heritage.
Visit the best genealogy companies' web sites for more detailed
information. Most of these companies will help
you with more in depth research and professional advice.
County and National
The island of Ireland is divided into 32 counties, each of
which has it's own ancestral heritage. Both National
and County resources will help you gain access
to specific records and repositories that will help you in your research.
For many years the Irish have been emigrating to the far corners
of the globe. Many came on ships in search of fortune, arriving in the many
major ports. Our international resources provide
you with genealogical material related to to the Irish Diaspora abroad.
The Land Commission was set up under Gladstone’s Second Land
Act of 1881. Its purpose was to fix fair rents where disputes existed between
landlords and tenants. More...