Genealogy Sites, Ireland related


 Genealogy Sites, Ireland related




Sites of Interest

Organized (
“How to organize your entire photo collection in as little as 10 days…..without losing your mind,”

Little Shamrocks (
Irish Food, Recipes and Travel Adventures from the Emerald Isle

National Archives of Ireland (
Repository for census and land records, wills, convict files, directories…

National Library of Ireland (
This is the homepage of the National Library of Ireland

RCB Library (
Representative Church Body Library

Dublin City Library and Archive (
This was formerly known as The Gilbert Library

Coats of Arms from Ireland and around the World (
Coats of Arms from Ireland and around the World by Eddie Geoghegan. Featuring free coats of arms for over 8,000 surnames.

Irish Freemasons (
Home Page of the Grand Lodge of the Freemasons of Ireland

Seattle Irish Heritage Club (
For up to the minute news of the Seattle Irish Community and what’s happening in Ireland. The free newsletter is comprehensive and very interesting.

Irish Folklore UCD (
Department of Folklore, University College Dublin

Garda Museum (
Garda Museum and Archives

Family Chronicle (
Family Chronicle – The How To Genealogy Magazine

Hugenot Society of Ireland (
Hugenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland

Jewish Museum (
Irish Jewish Museum

Irish Roots Magazine (
This magazine is published in Ireland quarterly. It is dedicated to Irish genealogy and very well thought of amongst Irish genealogists.

National Museum of Ireland (
National Museum of Ireland

Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland (
Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

Representative Church Body Library (
Representative Church Body Library of Ireland

Royal Irish Academy (
The Royal Irish Academy, the academy for the sciences and humanities for the whole of Ireland will vigorously promote excellence in scholarship, recognise achievements in learning, direct research programmes and undertake its own research projects, particularly in areas relating to Ireland and its heritage.

Trinity College Dublin (
Trinity College Dublin – The University of Dublin

Valuation Office (
The Valuation Office is the State property valuation agency.

The core business of the Office is the provision of accurate, up-to-date valuations of commercial and industrial properties to ratepayers and rating authorities as laid down by statute. The Office also provides a valuation consultancy service to other Government departments, local authorities, health boards and the Revenue Commissioners.

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (
For over two hundred years RCSI has played a major role in medical education and training in Ireland. Founded in 1784 to train surgeons, a medical school was later established in 1886.

Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (
The College’s large archive collection is made up of material from two main sources. Firstly, there are the records produced by the College itself and relating to the functions and activities of the College over the years.

Secondly, material has been produced by other bodies, generally with some association with the College, and deposited in the College for safe-keeping and preservation.

Law Society of Ireland – on the deposit of archive documents (
Designed to assist solicitors with old documents that might be of interest to archivists and historians. Old letters and documents might appear insignificant, but could, in fact, be of huge interest.

APGI – Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland (
The Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland (APGI), which was founded in 1986, acts as a regulating body to maintain high standards amongst its members and to protect the interests of clients.