Locating Ancestors in Ireland

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Glossary Useful in Irish Genealogical Research
Church Records Learn about an important collection of church records held by the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland that could help you in your search for your Irish ancestors
Irish Census Records 1766 - Church of Ireland rectors were instructed by the government in March and April 1766, to compile complete returns of all householders in their parishes, showing their religion, as between Church of Ireland (Episcopalian), Roman Catholic (termed 'Papists' in the returns) and Presbyterians (or Dissenters), and giving an account of any Roman Catholic clergy active in their area.
Irish Genealogical Sources This link introduces you to a treasury of Irish genealogical sources, including links and addresses. A must for the serious researcher.
Valuation Books Valuation Books are lists of people occupying lands and houses in Ireland and are available from 1830 onwards.
Wills in Ireland Wills are an important source of genealogical information on the property-owning class in Ireland. One click here will reveal more.
Ecclesia Dei APOSTOLIC LETTER OF JOHN PAUL II
The Tridentine Mass What is the Traditional Mass?
The Latin liturgy has always been known for its beauty, reverence, and mystery. Perhaps this explains why so many people are attracted to this form of worship. In fact, due to the increasing number of requests for the Mass, Pope John Paul II, in his recent letter Ecclesia Dei, encouraged the frequent celebration of the traditional Latin liturgy for those Catholics who desire it.
Pobal na h-Eireann By clicking on this link, you can read details about a unique political movement, not only in Ireland, but perhaps, in the whole world.
Ireland Mailing List
Irish Newspapers And Other Media
Ship and Passenger Lists,


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I am trying to find info on Nancy Purdy, born 1 Sep 1748 in Ireland, I don't know where. She married William Loghry born about 1743, from Ireland also. She died 1 Sep 1828 in Steuben County, New York. Any help would be appreciated. Janet jlloyd6251@aol.com
Maybe you can help end the weeks of research. I know the first relative to be born here in NY, US was Henry F. O'Connell, 2/1/1865, but his father was Daniel O'Connell, who was born in Ireland in December 1844. I believe he married Elizabeth Welch who was born in March 1845. I don't know where they lived (think Dublin), where they married, when and on what ship they came to the US on (sometime between 1844 and 1865) although I have read all passenger lists on the internet sites. Anything you can do to help would be appreciated. D. S.- RnDSWEET@aol.com

EXTERNAL LINKS

Ulster Genealogical Database
This is a searchable genealogical database. There is a facility to add submissions to the database, which is updated weekly.
Irish Telephone Directory
This site has Telephone, Website, Fax and Email Directories.
Northern Ireland Telephone Directory
Telephone numbers in Northern Ireland can be found here
The Universal Currency Converter(tm)
Emigrant Savings Bank - NYGenExchange
Ireland: Ordnance Survey Memoirs
Irish-Canadian List
Irish-Canadian Mailing List has a Home Page at location
Irish Ancestors
Irish Churches
Irish Famine newspapers & Articles
Irish Famine Site
Irish Genealogical Society
Irish in America: Genealogy
Irish in America: Irish Americans
Irish Links
Doing Irish Research
Irish Site
Irish site: click local, click genealogy, surname list
Irish site: Client resource
Irish Music Site
Posting Board for Irish Genealogical Queries
Irish Site
Irish Placenames and Meanings
Irish and Australian Data
Catholic Church: Irish Locat History
Some Church of Ireland Parish Registers
Church of Ireland Web Site: Diocese of Cork Cloyne and Ross
Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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