Search billions of records on


Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

County Carlow Look-up's

If you have a resource and you are willing to do lookups,

please send an email with the details to: Michael Brennan

Thank you.

Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1918.
Mary Wall The CD has 151 names from Co. Carlow. Please limit requests to one name only.
Carlow Town Family Roots
Carlow Town"
This is one of the most important books ever published about Carlow Town.
This book contains:
The complete 1901 Census for the town
The complete 1911 Census for the town
The 1850 Griffiths Valuation with corresponding 1850 Town map.
An entire Electors Register from the 1930's/1940's for the town.

(This book is not indexed so Lookups have to be restricted to One Name per query).

Vital Records Index British Isles on CD-Rom Kathleen Eliff-Rummel
Birth records between 1864 and 1874.
You need SURNAME and GIVEN NAMES for parents. Having the MOTHER's SURNAME helps tremendously in pinpointing specific records in addition to identifying siblings in families.
Carlow Town Colleen McClain
* Tenants from Spaight's Survey of 1681 that includes given names of all members of the family.
* A list of men in Carlow between 1660-1739 that includes occupations.
* Surnames (only) that appear in the Carlow parish applotment lists in both 1669 & 1744.
Ruddock of Co. Carlow Lewis M. Ruddick Ruddock of Co. Carlow researcher.  I also have a complete yDNA work up through y111DNA and haplogroup coded.  

Please note:

**Before you send off for a Look-Up please make sure that you have entered the persons SURNAME and COUNTY or TOWN in the subject box of your email.

Thank you.


When you have asked for a Look-up on the CD-ROM version of the 'Index to Griffiths Valuation 1848-1864', below is the example of information you will receive back:

# Smith, Thomas
      County: Laois/Leix/Queens
      Parish: Ballyadams
      Location: Knock

To find the address of this person you will need to get access to the Valuation Books which are located in Dublin. Most LDS FHC around the World have these records on Microfiche. The search should reveal the Plot Number and a Map Reference where this person lived.  Once you have established the Plot Number you then need to obtain the map of the area.

The Valuation Office in Dublin has the original OS maps with the property identifiers added in ink by Griffith's crew.  Each parcel of land in Griffith's is outlined in darker ink and the identifier (e.g., 2A, 4, 6C, etc.) is hand-written inside the parcel.  Copies of these Maps will cost in the region of about 20 each. You will find a complete price list on Griffith's Web Site.

In the past, map copies made at the Valuation Office were of poor quality.  If you plan to use the map as an illustration in a "family history book" or something, you might want to transfer the Griffith's markings to a clean copy of the old OS map.   The maps (without the Griffith's annotations) should be available at one of the large libraries or archives in the UK.  The Library of Congress in Washington DC and libraries/archives in Canada & Australia have a complete set of the c1840 maps on microfiche.  As I mentioned, these maps do *not* have the Griffith's markings.

For more information go to Griffith's Valuation Office


** This is an example of the information you will get from a search of the Social Security Death Index: U.S., 1937-1997
Brennan, Edward
Birth date : 21 Feb 1928
Issued in : Pennsylvania
Death date : 25 Feb 1995
SS# : 173-22-5247
Zip code of last known residence : 08343


The information contained in these pages is provided solely for the purpose of sharing with others researching their ancestors in Ireland.
2001 Ireland Genealogy Projects, IGP TM By Pre-emptive Copyright - All rights reserved