Links to Help with your Research
If you have found this website, you are probably
serious about searching for your Irish ancestors and know that finding these
elusive relatives requires some different and innovative strategies at times. It
is also likely that you have found and used the well-known and well-advertised
sites that can get you started on your family research. The Links listed on this
page are not the routine links that you can find on so many websites; we don't
feel the need to repeat all of that. Rather, these Links may be to sites that
are a little more obscure or less well-known, but may be of some value and
assistance to the serious searcher. Some of these sites we have found ourselves;
others have been included because the owner contacted us to let us know what
they have to offer. We have checked them all before adding them to this list, so
hopefully there are no surprises. If you find a broken link, please let us know.
And, if you know of a site that you think merits a listing here, send it along
and we'll consider it.
We are just starting to put this page
together, so although it will always be a work in progress, this is just the
Ireland Research Sites
Clogher Historical Society/Cumann Seanchais Chlochair
St Macartan's College
Our Contact: Grace Moloney
The Clogher Historical Society published an article called "Tyrone Migration to Providence, Rhode Island" in their 1997 journal.
The Clogher Record index can be searched on the following page:
Chapters of Dublin History
The site contains a multitude of information - including on-line e-books, articles, historical photo gallery, maps, etc. Excellent for historical research.
by John Hayes
This site contains a number of useful indexes and transcriptions covering the whole of Ireland, as well as some more specific geographical-based information for a number of counties and localities. Included for the whole of Ireland are an index to Griffith's Valuation, scanned pages of Pigot's 1824 Directory and Slater's Commercial Directory 1846, Land Owners of 1876, Flax Growers List 1796, and much more.
Ireland's Gravestone Index
Free index search, fee to order transcription. For northernmost counties - Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Louth, Monaghan, Tyrone and also some from Dublin.
(Central Signposting Index)
Free index search, fee to order transcription. Currently more than 3 million records from Armagh, Cavan, Derry, Donegal, Fermanagh, Leitrim, Limerick, Mayo, Sligo, Tyrone & Wexford. Types of record include Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Griffith's Valuation, Tithe Applotments' and 1901 Census returns. An on-going project to eventually cover all of Ireland, according to the website.
The Irish In _____ - Dedicated Websites for
Places where the Irish Settled
Irish in America Mailing List Website
Irish in UK Mailing List Website
Parts of the Connors Genealogy Website
These are free sites with lots of data including naturalizations, directories, cemetery transcriptions, surname registries, Ireland land records and census records and it gets updated on a monthly basis.
Irish in New York City
Information home page
Transcriptions Home page
Lots of information about the Famine-era Irish in New York City as well as some
record transcriptions. Newspapers are particularly of value.
Also try the Brooklyn Genealogy Information Page
Although not strictly not for Irish research, this site contains a multitude of record transcriptions and indexes as well as information about how to find information for Brooklyn, and also the other New York City Boroughs
Irish in Iowa
Surnames, General Irish Interest, Record transcriptions, Historical information, etc.
Irish in Michigan
Contains some on-site research data and transcriptions, as well as local and general research links
Irish in St. Louis [Missouri]
'This page was created for everyone who is seeking information about all things Irish in St. Louis - sort of a "St. Louis Green Pages." '
Irish Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland
Part of the Cleveland Memory Project, from the special collections at the Cleveland State University Library.
This on-line (e-book) edition contains the complete text as found in the 1978 print edition from the Cleveland Ethnic Heritage Studies series by Cleveland State University, along with some enhancements developed to aid in navigating this site.
Irish Canadian Cultural Association of New Brunswick
This site is dedicated to the thousands of Irish emigrants who traveled the Atlantic in the early 19th Century and made New Brunswick their home. Founded in 1983, the association exists to foster an awareness of the traditions, history and artistic expression of the Irish people.The site contains selected anecdotal information about Irish people and places, and their stories, along with back articles from their own publication, and some New Brunswick newpsapers.
Other Sites for Irish Research
The Irish on the Wall
A listing of some Irish Men and Women whose names are on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC. The site also contains pages for Irish in the Korean War, Irish in World Ward II and Irish in other Wars and Armies.