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Antrim - See County Antrim
B
Belfast Fire Brigade - History
Belfast News-Letter Index - 1737-1800
C
Carlow GenWeb
Cemetery Records - Cemeteries of Ireland
Census of Ireland 1901/1911 - National Archives of Ireland
Centre for Irish Genealogical & Historical Studies
Centre for Irish Genealogical & Historical Studies
Church of Ireland - Genealogy Information


County Antrim                                                Updated:  Jun 22, 2013
    Aghagallon - 1851 Census
    Aghalee - 1851 Census
    Ballinderry - 1851 Census
    Ballymoney - 1851 Census
    Ballymoney - 1861 Griffith's Valuation of Ballymoney
    Carncastle - 1851 Census
    Craigs - 1851 Census
    Dunaghy - 1851 Census
    Grange of Killyglen - 1851 Census
    Kilwaughter - 1851 Census
    Larne - 1851 Census
    Newtowncromelin - 1851 Census
    Northern Ireland GenWeb - Antrim, a county of Ireland, in the province of
        Ulster, 46 Irish miles long, and 27 broad; bounded on the E and N by the sea,
        W by Londonderry and Lough Neagh, and S by Down.
    Rasharkin - 1851 Census
    Tickmacrevan - 1851 Census
    Province Ulster - Mailing lists, Census information, Maps & other records.

County Armigh                                               Updated:  Jun 22, 2013
    County Armagh - 1602 Census, the Fews (Barony)
    County Armagh - Province Ulster


County Clare                                                  Updated:  Sep 15, 2013
    County Clare 1788 Directory Ennis (General Directory of the Kingdom of Ireland)
    County Clare 1799 Article, Ennis Chronicle: Men in Favor of Union of Britain
        and Ireland
    County Clare 1799 Article, Ennis Chronicle: Men in Favor of Union of Britain
        and Ireland
    County Clare 1810-1821 Game Licenses
    County Clare 1886 Census
    County Clare 1886 Directory Ardnacrusha
    County Clare 1901 Directory Clonlara

County Cork
    County Cork - Diocese of Cloyne, 1766 Census.
    County Cork - Land Owners of One Acre or More in 1876
    County Cork & City of Cork Directory - 1875-1876
    IrelandGenWeb Project - dedicated to the promotion and help to the researchers
         of Irish family history.

County Donegal
    Civil Parishes and townlands of County Donegal (maps & information)
    County Donegal - Donegal, the most northerly county in Ireland, extends along
        much of the north-west coast.
    County Donegal - 1608 Land Grants in the Barony of Raphoe
    County Donegal - 1630 Muster Roll
    County Donegal - 1901 Head of Household Census, Clonmany
    County Donegal - 1901 Census Laghy Parish
    County Donegal - 1911 Census Moville Parish
    County Donegal - Cemetery inscriptions, birth, death, and marriage
    County Donegal - Genealogy Resources

County Down
    County Down - Newry, Donaghmore, Loughbrickland and Banbridge
    County Down - research site

County Fermanagh
    County Fermanagh - 1659 census
    County Fermanagh - 1788 Poll of Electors
    County Fermanagh - presents Griffiths Valuation

County Galway
    Beagh Parish - 1834 Inhabitants of Kinvara, Duras, and Killina
    Beagh Parish - 1850 Griffths Valuation
    County Galway - - Galway is a county of Ireland, in Connaught, 82 miles long
        and 42 miles wide; bounded on the west by the Atlantic Ocean, north by
        County Mayo and Roscommon, east by Roscommon, King's county, and
        Tipperary, and south by County Clare and Galway bay.
    1727 Election List - Documents Dealing with Galway amongst the Egerton
        Manuscripts housed in the British Museum.
    Landowners - abt 1870s

County Kerry
    Ballyduff District - 1911 Census.
    Brandon District Electoral Division - 1911 Census
    Castlegregory District Electorial Division - 1911 Census
    Clanmaurice Barony - 1901 Census. Ballyheigue Civil Parish
    Corkaquiny Barony - 1901 Census.
    Corkaquiny Barony - 1901 Census. Ballyduff Civil Parish
    Corkaquiny Barony - 1901 Census. Cloghane Parish
    Corkaquiny Barony - 1911 Census. Cloghane Parish
    Corkaquiny Barony - 1901 Census. Dingle Civil Parish
    Corkaquiny Barony - 1901 Census. Killiney Civil Parish
    Corkaguiny Barony - 1901 Census. Kinard Civil Parish
    Corkaguiny Barony - 1901 Census. Stadbally Parish
    Deelis District Electoral Division - 1911 Census.
    Dingle Peninsula - Genealogy Help Page.
    Gnéeves District Electoral Division - 1911 Census
    Iraghticonner Barony - 1901 Census. Listowel Civil Parish
    Iveragh Barony - 1901 Census. Glenbeigh Civil Parish Caragh DED
    Magunihy Barony - 1901 Census, Aghadoe Parish.
    Magunihy Barony - 1901 Census, Kilcummin Civil Parish.
    Magunihy Barony - 1901 Census, Nohavaldaly Civil Parish .
    Newtownsandes On-Line - a small parish site.
    Stradbally District Electoral Division - 1911 Census
    Tithe Applotment Survey - Multiple Baronies (1823-1837). These records list
        people who were liable for tithes in the Civil Parishes of County Kerry. Tithes
        were collected from only people occupying land, and therefore, does not
        include all residents.
    Trughanacmy Barony - 1901 Census. Ballincuslane Parish
    Trughanacmy Barony - 1901 Census. Ballymacelliegott Civil Parish
    Trughanacmy Barony - 1901 Census. Castleisland Civil Parish
    Trughanacmy Barony - 1901 Census. Dysert Parish
    Trughanacmy Barony - 1901 Census. Tralee Civil Parish

County Kilkenny
    Kilmacow Parish - Index 1858-1880

County Laois (Queens County)
    County Laois

County Leitrim / Roscommon
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - 1749 Synge Census for Elphin
    County Roscommon - County Leitrim-Roscommon Heritage and Genealogy Society
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - 1901 Census for Roscommon
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - 1749 Synge Census for Elphin
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - 1901 Census for Leitrim
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - 1901 Census for Roscommon (searchable database)
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - Leitrim Genealogy Centre
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - Images of County Leitrim
    County Leitrim-Roscommon - Ireland Genweb Project (A WorldGenWeb Project Website)

County Limerick
    1660 Poll Tax Collectors
    1769 Directory Listing - Ferrar's Limerick Directory of 1769
    1788 Directory Listing - A General Directory of the Kingdom of Ireland
    County Genealogy - County Limerick Townlands | Records | Resources | Surnames
    County Limrick Genealogy - Ireland Gen Web (IGW).
    Genealogy, Roots & Folklore
    Province Ulster

County Londonderry
    County Londonderry - Dunboe Parish 1831 Census
    County Londonderry - Muster Roll of Ironmongers' Estate (abt 1630)

County Louth
    County Louth - 1824 Freeholders (Supplementary List)
    County Louth - 1837 Dundalk Householders

County Mayo
    Bohola - 1901 Census
    Crossmolina - 1901 Census
    Marriage Records - County Marriage (and other) records.

County Meath
    County Meath
    County Meath - 1901 Census

County Monaghan
    County Monaghan - An Irish GenWeb site - with surnames

County Offaly
    County Offaly - An Irish GenWeb Project site
    Offaly Historical & Archaeological Society - Founded in 1969

County Sligo
    County Sligo - Ireland Genealogy
    County Sligo

County Tipperary
    County Tipperary

County Tyrone
    County Tyrone - Co Tyrone Genealogy
    County Tyrone - Mailing List and Genealogy Resources
    County Tyrone - Welcome to County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

County Waterford
    County Waterford - Council, some library & genealogy info.

County Wexford
    County Wexford - Includes Bio's, Obits, Pensions, Wills and Query

County Wicklow
    County Wicklow - County Wicklow is a county on the east coast of Ireland
      between County Dublin to the north and County Wexford to the south.
    County Wicklow - the Garden of Ireland. Wicklow, (Cill Mhant !in) seaport
      and county seat is located south-southeast of Dublin. St. Mantan built
      a church there in the 5th century; and the town later became a settlement of
      the Vikings, who renamed it Wykingalo (Vikings' Lough).
D
Directory of Irish Genealogy - City Directory (1850)
[The] Down Survey of Ireland - Mapping a Century of Change
Dublin - City Directory (1850)
E
Exploring the Heritage of Ireland
F
Fianna Guide - Irish Genealogy
Frequently Asked Questions - Irish UseNet newsgroups.
G
Genealogical Society of Ireland Web site -- links et. al.
Genealogical Society of Ireland
General Register Office - Irish Republic
General Register Office - Northern Ireland
GENUKI
Griffith's Valuation - How to use it.
H
History of St. Patrick's Day - provided by "History.com"
I
Information Wanted - The Boston Pilot, A Database of Advertisements for Irish Immigrants
Ireland - 1641 Catholic Rebellion - Depositions from Protestants
Ireland - Ireland to Australia Transportation Records DataBase 1791-1868
Ireland Genealogy Projects
Ireland Old News - search Ireland Newspapers
Irish Ancestors - Wills (Irishtimes.com)
Irish Ancestral Pages
Irish Ancestral Research Association - TIARA
Irish Census Records
Irish Family History Foundation
Irish Famine Migration to New Brunswick (Canada) - searchable database
Irish Genealogical Foundation
Irish Genealogical Project
Irish Genealogical Society, International - A worldwide community of Irish Genealogical researchers - people looking for their Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors in Ireland and around the world.
Irish Genealogy - Surnames and Coat of Arms Resource.
Irish Library - Old Irish and Early Christian Ireland: A Basic Bibliography.
Irish Migration Center
Irish Newspaper Archives - the world's largest online database of Irish Newspapers, Search, retrieve and view Ireland's past exactly as it was originally published.
Irish Origins - Irish Genealogy search engine
Irish Pension Records - Census Data from the Irish Pension Records
Irish Passenger Lists - Ship Passenger & Immigration Records (Ireland to America)
Irish-Prints - Photos of times gon by; Irish Heritage
Irish Surnames
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Leinster (Province) - The only twelve county Province in Ireland is nestled on the eastern seaboard. Derived from the old Irish word Laigin, Leinster houses the most densely populated county of Ireland and indeed its capital city, Dublin. — web site quote.
Library Ireland - Irish Genealogy
Library of Congress - Irish Genealogy
Lietrim-Roscommon - 1901 Census - Ireland
Leitrim-Roscommon - Multiple Leitrim-Roscommon Genealogy Resources
N
National Archives of Ireland - News and Quick links.
National Library of Ireland
National Library of Ireland - Getting Started with Family History Research.
O
Office of the Chief Herald of Ireland
Otherdays.com - Take The Journey
P
Passenger List - Poor from England to Ireland, Dec., 1860 to Dec., 1862
Presbyterian Historical Society Church House
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) - Pre-1840 Registers & Poll Books of Freeholders
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State Registration - Births, Marriages & Deaths.
Swift Guide to Ireland - The Irish Connection
T
Timeline of Irish History
Tipperaray Emigrant Index 1844-1855
U
Ulster - The purpose of this website is to help researchers research their Scotch Irish and Ulster Scots ancestors. It is intended as support for the Scotch-irish email list.
Ulster (Province) - Gateway to Northern Ireland.
W
"What's What in Irish Genealogy" - Lists many services and websites dealing with Irish Family History
Y
"Your Irish Roots" - Your Irish Genealogy, Irish Surnames and Irish Coat of Arms resource.
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