Who Do You Think You Are?
Eight more sites for tracing your roots in Ireland
This project aims to create a virtual-reality replica of the Public Record Office of Ireland before its destruction in June 1922.
The website Documenting Ireland: Parliament, People and Migration (DIPPAM) includes an ‘Irish Emigration Database’ and the oral archive and database ‘Voices of Migration and Return’.
This commercial website boasts over 1.5 million genealogy records for Northern Ireland. Emerald Ancestors also has a useful tool that you can use to identify individual townlands.
This valuation of Irish property was carried out between 1848 and 1864. It’s a source of detailed information about where our ancestors lived in Ireland in the mid-19th century.
IMC DIGITAL EDITIONS
w irishmanuscripts.ie/product-category/imcdigital-editions/?action=digitisation_backlist Explore the results of the Irish Manuscripts Commission’s digitisation programme.
IRISH FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
This genealogical group was formed in 1984.
This is the official home of the records of the Department of Defence, the Defence Forces and the Army Pensions Board.
The website of the official repository the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland has all sorts of valuable free search tools including directories, cemetery records and tithes.