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Ireland - Resources and Links by County

CoraWeb - helping you trace your family history
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  Irish Research on the Internet - 2nd edition 2013, - updated 2014


National
Irish Heritage & Genealogy by John Grenham. This site has a very extensive list of Genealogy Links including a comprehensive set of County records (click on the map to change county). 

Ask about Ireland Project is an initiative of the Irish public libraries, local museums and archives to digitise and online publish original, unusual and unique material from their local studies' collections. Use the Reading Room Link to access a vast collection of unique digital books. The collection can be viewed by county or subject. Books can be viewed online (PDF file to your browser).

Irish Genealogical Research Society  - Unique resources
Use the Resources link to access Unique Resources. These include:
• Early Irish Marriage Index (pre 1864) with 40,000+ entries
• Drumcondra/Loughbrackan, County Meath, 1871 census fragment
• The Irish in Spanish Archives
• Elphin Diocesan Census 1749 (index in 2 volumes) - covers 51 parishes in County Roscommon, 9 parishes in County Galway, and 13 parishes in County Sligo. New
 

Genealogical Society of Ireland.

Irish Family History Society. 

Irish Jewish Genealogical Society
The Irish Jewish Family History Database, compiled by Stuart Rosenblatt, contains information on 48,000+ individuals who lived in Ireland between 1700 and the present day.

Roots Ireland is the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. Over 20 million+ records are online. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). There are 27 of the 32 counties online, though the records available vary from county to county. Make sure you read the search tips and online help to understand how to best use the standard and advanced search features. If you search on a county by county basis you can view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame. TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes. 

Irish Genealogical Society International (USA) aims to assist those looking for their Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors in Ireland and around the world. There is a useful list of Irish genealogy links arranged geographically.

Ancestry Ireland - Ulster Historical Foundation. This commercial site offers online databases with 2 million+ records, genealogy and history books, and personal ancestral research. Some free searches and pay-per-view services are available.

North of Ireland Family History Society with branches at Ballymena, Belfast, Coleraine, Fermanagh, Foyle, Killyleagh, Larne, Lisburn, Newtownabbey, North Armagh, North Down & Ards and Omagh.

Genealogy Projects in Ireland. This site offers a bit of history about the various genealogy projects in Ireland plus links to any those sites still available.

Ireland Genealogy Project & Ireland Genealogy Project Archives aims to preserve and protect Irish records for the future. Each county is represented by a site and these are an excellent starting point to locate local information, resources and links. Check out the Genealogy Projects Archives by clicking on the link on the bottom of the page then use the site search engine to search the archives for names, places and other keywords.

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives. This site offers access to a valuable collection of material that is not readily available elsewhere, such as transcriptions and photographs of headstones. The site is arranged by county and within each county by cemetery records, church records, census, census substitutes, court, directories, headstones, land, military & constabulary, newspaper, miscellaneous, obituaries, photos, vital records and wills. There is a site search engine to search across all the records. Search for names, places or keywords. New material is being added as it becomes available.

The IrelandGenWeb Project offers a local resource site for each county with valuable information and links.

A Little Bit of Ireland by Cathy Joynt Labath. This extensive site, has not been updated recently, but it contains useful online databases particularly for counties Clare, Galway, Limerick, Mayo and Roscommon. A site search engine enables quick and easy searching of this site.

Clogher Historical Society for those researching in Fermanagh, Monaghan, South Tyrone and parts of South Donegal and West Louth. This site also offers a link to the Border Counties Heritage Network which allows you to locate local history and heritage groups active in the southern border counties.

Antrim
Ancestry Ireland - Ulster Historical Foundation. This commercial site offers online databases with 2 million+ records, genealogy and history books, and personal ancestral research. Some free searches and pay-per-view services are available. 

Ulster Historical Foundation Co Antrim on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Ireland Genealogy Projects - County Antrim with information, resources and great links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Antrim Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Northern Ireland Genweb County Antrim with information, resources and links.

County Antrim Genealogy Links by Genealogylinks.net. An extensive set of links covering directories, censuses, cemeteries, marriages, military, passenger lists and societies.

Ballymoney Ancestry provides information for those researching Northern Ireland family history, specifically in the Ballymoney area. The free online database offers access to a variety of records.

Armagh
See also Census Records
Armagh Ancestry on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

County Armagh Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Amagh Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Northern Ireland Genweb County Armagh with information, resources and links.

Lurgan Ancestry is site dedicated to the families who lived in Lurgan (County Armagh, Northern Ireland) and surrounding areas down through the ages. The Lurgan Ancestry project aims to put together the story of Lurgan, through newspaper articles, census, birth, marriage and other records, photographs and Lurgan family histories.  Currently there is a lot of online material with more to follow as it becomes available. This site is a must if your family came from Lurgan or nearby. New

Carlow 
Irish Genealogy. This free site offers access to 1.3+ million pre 1900 church record transcripts (no original images). Currently records from Dublin and Kerry Dioceses are available. Work is ongoing to put remaining available Dublin and Kerry records plus County Carlow records online. These records and those from the Diocese of Cork and Ross should be online by mid 2010. 

County Carlow Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Carlow Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenWeb County Carlow with information, resources and links.

Cavan
IrelandGenWeb County Cavan with information, resources and links.

Cavan Genealogy on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Al Beagan's Genealogy Notes of County Cavan. Updated

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Cavan Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Clare
See also Census Records
Genealogy Resources for County Clare, an Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Clare Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenweb County Clare with information, resources and links.

Clare County Library site has an impressive array of online resources for family history research. The Genealogy and Family History link offers access to: Online records (includes land, school, census records and other records); directories; histories of Clare families; donated material (includes transcripts from primary source documents and family histories) and research support (includes information on parishes and church records). There is also information on Clare history, place names and people. Use the site search engine for one stop searching and access.

Historical Maps of County Clare. The online 1842 Ordnance Survey 6 inch maps of County Clare are searchable by town, townland and monument.

The Irish Manuscripts Commission has digitised many of their out of print publications and made them freely available online. They are fully keyword searchable and include the Books of Survey and Distribution Books of Survey and Distribution being abstracts of various surveys and instruments to title 1636-1703. New
• Volume 1, County of Roscoon with maps c. 1636 of the baronies of Athlone and Moycarnan and of parishes in Ballintober
• Volume 2, County of Mayo with maps of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683 and of Tirawley barony from the Down Survey 1657
• Volume 3, County of Galway with map of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683
• Volume 4, County of Clare reproduced from the manuscript in the Public Record Office of Ireland with maps

Cork
See also Kerry
Irish Genealogy offers free access to 3+ million pre 1900 church record transcripts. Currently Church of Ireland records for Dublin City, Kerry and Carlow are available plus Roman Catholic records for Dublin City, the Diocese of Kerry and the Diocese of Cork & Ross. Free digital images of the original records are being placed online as they become available. Work is progressing on County Monaghan Roman Catholic records (Diocese of Clogher) and these will be online when available.

Cork Genealogical Society.

Mallow Archaeological & Historical Society (County Cork, Ireland). There is an extensive range of online material that focuses on the Mallow area in North Cork plus many useful links.

Mallow Heritage Centre on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

County Cork with detailed information and links for research in County Cork by the Rootsweb County Cork, Cork City and Genexchange Cork mailing lists.

Cork Past and Present site by the Cork City Libraries features a collection of digital material including:
• Colonel James Grove White’s, Historical and Topographical Notes Historical and Topographical Notes etc. 1906-1915. Known as the Grove White notes on places in North Cork. 
• Cork related articles from the Illustrated London News 1844-1885
• Items of Cork interest from The Irish Builder, 1867 to 1884
• Cork city and county street and trade directories 1787; 1809-1810; 1844-1855; 1863; 1871; 1875-1876; 1884; 1891; 1907; 1913; 1921 and 1945
• William Maziere Brady’s, Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, 1863-1864 
• Reverend John Harding Cole's, Church and Parish Records of the United Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, 1863-1903
• J Windele’s, Historical and descriptive notices of the city of Cork and its vicinity, 1839
• Francis H Tuckey’s, Cork Remembrancer, 1837. A valuable chronology of events in Cork from the earliest times until 1820. G IA
Use the Library Catalogue to access:
• Hundreds of online images, mainly about Cork
• Local index to newspapers and periodicals

Fáilte Romhat by John Hayes with an immense amount of material for  County Cork Research. It includes directories, landowners, parish information, maps and more.

County Cork Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Cork Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Famine Orphans from County Cork to Australia by Mallow Archaeological & Historical Society. An alphabetical list of the young girls sent to Australia between October 1848 and August 1850. The list shows name, age, year, place of origin, parents, religion and ship of arrival.

Index to Cork and Ross Wills 1548-1800. The scanned images are arranged alphabetically and list name, place and date of probate.

Derry see Londonderry

Donegal
Donegal Genealogy Resources. This extensive site features 1,000+ pages of transcriptions including passenger lists for eight ships carrying Donegal Relief Fund passengers to Sydney (1858-1864).

Donegal Ancestry Online on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes. 

County Donegal Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Donegal Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenweb County Donegal with information, resources and links.

Online Maps of County Donegal includes 1835 Ordnance Survey's 6-inch maps. Note this application currently only works with Internet Explorer (5.5, 6.0 or later) under Windows (98-XP).

Down
Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Down Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Ros Davies' County Down, Ireland Genealogy Research Site offers access to extensive resources.

Down County Museum. Online data services include a prisoners database with information on over 300 prisoners held at Down Gaol plus details of Down convicts transported from Ireland.

Ancestry Ireland - Ulster Historical Foundation. This commercial site offers online databases with 2 million+ records, genealogy and history books, and personal ancestral research. Some free searches and pay-per-view services are available.

Ulster Historical Foundation Co Down on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

County Down Northern Ireland GenWeb. This site offers information, resources and links. 

FamilySearch CommunityTrees. There is one project for Ireland, County Down, Newry Area. This is a collection of extracts from newspapers, diaries, and other local resources for Newry and the surrounding area created by Francis Crossle and then organized by his son and genealogist, Phillip Crossle. These entries cover roughly the time period of 1600-1919.


Dublin
See also Census Records
Irish Genealogy offers free access to 3+ million pre 1900 church record transcripts. Currently Church of Ireland records for Dublin City, Kerry and Carlow are available plus Roman Catholic records for Dublin City, the Diocese of Kerry and the Diocese of Cork & Ross. Free digital images of the original records are being placed online as they become available. Work is progressing on County Monaghan Roman Catholic records (Diocese of Clogher) and these will be online when available.

Dublin City Public Libraries - dublinheritage.ie databases are derived from printed and other historic records related to Dublin city and surrounding administrative areas. The online databases include: 
• Electoral Lists 1939-1940
• Dublin Graveyards Directory includes 
            • The location of graveyards including a Google map
            • Contact details for those in charge of graveyards
            • Titles of published gravestone transcripts
            •  Links to on-line gravestone transcripts
            •  Location of surviving burial records
            •  Other information of interest about the graveyard
• Community Memory – records those named on commemorative plaques around the city - in churches, public institutions and open spaces includes war memorials, honour boards of presidents/officers of societies, family monuments, names on a kneeling board and others (not headstones).

IrelandGenWeb Project - County Dublin. This site offers information, resources and links.

County Dublin Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Dublin Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Swords Heritage Centre on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Dun Laoghaire Heritage Centre on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Shaw's Dublin City Directory 1850 indexed by Trish Loughman.

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives. This site offers access to a valuable collection of material that is not readily available elsewhere such as transcriptions and photographs of headstones including:
• Deansgrange cemetery Dublin, headstone transcripts and photographs
• Mount Jerome cemetery Dublin, headstone transcripts and photographs
Check to see what else is available as new material is being added on a regular basis. 

Glasnevin Trust, Dublin. This site offers online searches (free) and access to the burial registers and other data (paid) for Glasnevin, Goldenbridge, Dardistown, Newlands and Palmerstown cemeteries as well as Glasnevin and Newlands Crematoriums.

A City Is Born: The History of Dublin Ireland. This site has a diverse set of links for those interested in the history of Dublin.

Fermanagh
Northern Ireland Genweb County Fermanagh. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Fermanagh Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Irish World Heritage Centre - Co Fermanagh on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Galway
County Galway GenWeb Project. This site includes information, resources, transcriptions, a list of personal homepages, surname interests plus much more.

Ireland Genealogy Projects - County Galway.  This site offers information, resources and links. 

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Galway Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

East Galway Family History Society on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Galway Family History West on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Forthill Cemetery (Galway City) burial records are online.

1842 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps for Galway on the Galway County and City Library's site. 

The Irish Manuscripts Commission has digitised many of their out of print publications and made them freely available online. They are fully keyword searchable and include the Books of Survey and Distribution Books of Survey and Distribution being abstracts of various surveys and instruments to title 1636-1703. New
• Volume 1, County of Roscoon with maps c. 1636 of the baronies of Athlone and Moycarnan and of parishes in Ballintober
• Volume 2, County of Mayo with maps of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683 and of Tirawley barony from the Down Survey 1657
• Volume 3, County of Galway with map of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683
• Volume 4, County of Clare reproduced from the manuscript in the Public Record Office of Ireland with maps

Ireland Reaching Out. Ireland XO is an Irish-government sponsored project based on a simple idea. Instead of waiting for people of Irish heritage from around the world abroad to come to Ireland to trace their ancestry, the people of Ireland, organised parish by parish are going the other way; through national and local records, we are identifying who emigrated from Ireland, tracing them and their descendants across the world. At present, the national pilot project is well underway in South-East Galway and is set to expand nationally in the future.

Kerry
Irish Genealogy offers free access to 3+ million pre 1900 church record transcripts. Currently Church of Ireland records for Dublin City, Kerry and Carlow are available plus Roman Catholic records for Dublin City, the Diocese of Kerry and the Diocese of Cork & Ross. Free digital images of the original records are being placed online as they become available. Work is progressing on County Monaghan Roman Catholic records (Diocese of Clogher) and these will be online when available.

Kerry Local Authority – Graveyard Records. This fully searchable site currently includes:
• 140 Kerry Local Authority Cemeteries
• 168 scanned books
• 70,000 indexed burial records indexed

County Kerry Genealogy. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Kerry Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

A General Introduction to the Casey Collection that focuses on how this data can be used to find ancestors in counties Kerry and Cork. The Casey Collection by Albert Eugene Casey is titled, Index of O'Kief, Coshe Mang, Slieve Lougher, and Upper Blackwater in Ireland and is held by the National Library of Australia, Canberra. Over three million county Kerry and Cork names are recorded in the 16 volumes of this collection.

Complete and Partial extracts from the Casey Collection.  It currently includes birth, death and marriage records from volumes 1 and 4-8.      

Ancestry.com. This commercial site offers access to a growing collection of Irish resources. The Irish records extraction database
includes records from  the Casey Collection by Albert Eugene Casey is titled, Index of O'Kief, Coshe Mang, Slieve Lougher, and Upper Blackwater in Ireland.

Kildare
Kildare Collections and Research Services by the Kildare County Library and Arts Services. Online resources include digitised books, directories and EHistory - the Kildare Online Electronic History Journal . This electronic journal publishes material relating to the history, archaeology and heritage of County Kildare. The extensive collection of material available in the journal can be globally keyword searched.

County Kildare Archaeological Society. Founded in 1891 the Society’s stated aim was: “the promotion of the study and knowledge of the antiquities and objects of interest in the county and surrounding districts.” The Society today carries on the work of its founders and is active in the protection and preservation of County Kildare’s rich archaeological heritage.

Ireland GenWeb County Kildare with information, resources and links.

County Kildare Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Kildare Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

County Kildare Federation of Local History Groups. The Federation covers Allen/Carbury, Athy, Ballymore Eustace, Blessington, Caragh, Celbridge, Clane, Curragh, Donadea, Kilcock, Kilcullen, Kildare, Kill, Maynooth, Monasterevin, Naas, Newbridge, Rathcoffey and Timahoe. Updated

Kildare Genealogy on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Kilkenny
County Kilkenny Ireland Genealogy and History. This site offers a wealth of online resources.

County Kilkenny Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Kilkenny Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

Rothe House Trust Ltd, County Kilkenny on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Laois (Queen's)
See also Offaly
County Leix/Laois (Queen's) Ireland Genealogical Project offering information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Laois (Queen's) Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

Irish Midlands Ancestry Co Laios on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

IrelandGenWeb County Laois with information, resources and links.

Griffith's Valuation Extracts for selected Laois parishes.

Leitrim
See also Census Records
County Leitrim Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Leitrim Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenWeb County Leitrim with information, resources and links.

The Leitrim-Roscommon Genealogy Web Site by Roger McDonnell with online databases for surnames, townlands, Griffiths Valuation, full 1901 census transcripts plus much more. Parts of counties Galway, Limerick, Mayo, Sligo, Westmeath and Wexford are also covered by the databases.

Leitrim Genealogy Centre on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Limerick
County Limerick Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Limerick Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenWeb County Limerick Genealogy with information, resources and links.

Limerick Genealogy on RootsIreland.ie, , the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes. 

Londonderry (Derry)
County Londonderry Northern Ireland Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Derry/Londonderry Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Northern Ireland Genweb County Londonderry. This site offers information, resources and links.

Derry Genealogy on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Longford 
Longford Genealogy on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

County Longford Ireland GenWeb Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

County Longford Genealogy Links by Genealogylinks.net. An extensive set of links covering cemeteries, censuses, directories, marriages, parish registers and societies.

The Genealogy of County Longford Ireland. An Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Longford Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Louth
County Louth, Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Louth Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

Irish Genealogy Databases for Co Louth on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Mayo
See also Census Records
County Mayo Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Mayo Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

1838 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps for Mayo at the Mayo County Library's site.

Mayo Family History Centres on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Family History in Ballycastle. This site is focused on family history in and around the Catholic parish of Ballycastle. There is an online catalogue of 350+ photos of all the headstones in the Ballycastle cemetery (1929-2008).   

The Irish Manuscripts Commission has digitised many of their out of print publications and made them freely available online. They are fully keyword searchable and include the Books of Survey and Distribution Books of Survey and Distribution being abstracts of various surveys and instruments to title 1636-1703.
• Volume 1, County of Roscoon with maps c. 1636 of the baronies of Athlone and Moycarnan and of parishes in Ballintober
• Volume 2, County of Mayo with maps of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683 and of Tirawley barony from the Down Survey 1657
• Volume 3, County of Galway with map of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683
• Volume 4, County of Clare reproduced from the manuscript in the Public Record Office of Ireland with maps

Kilfian Parish Records A site for those interested in Kilfian parish near Killala, County Mayo.


Meath
County Meath Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ancestry.com. This commercial site offers access to a growing collection of Irish resources including:
• Catholic Parish Baptisms, 1742-1881. This new database contains indexed images of baptismal registers from selected Roman Catholic parishes in Ireland. Approximately 40% of the records are from County Meath and 15% are from County Roscommon.
The records are fully indexed with a free surname search. Subscription options offer access to information or digitised records.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Meath Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

Meath Heritage Centre on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

IrelandGenWeb County Meath with information, resources and links.

Monaghan
County Monaghan Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links with an Australian flavour.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Monaghan Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Irish Genealogy offers free access to 3+ million pre 1900 church record transcripts. Currently Church of Ireland records for Dublin City, Kerry and Carlow are available plus Roman Catholic records for Dublin City, the Diocese of Kerry and the Diocese of Cork & Ross. Free digital images of the original records are being placed online as they become available. Work is progressing on County Monaghan Roman Catholic records (Diocese of Clogher) and these will be online when available.


IrelandGenWeb County Monaghan with information, resources and links.

Genealogy resources for County Monaghan by Authentic Ireland Travel. This site  includes a link to Genforum with regional information about Monaghan and its surnames; genealogy links to historical societies, records indexes and other resources and a link to Rootsweb which offers bulletin boards, links to articles, and online records.     

Offaly (King's)
Ireland GenWeb County Offaly with information, resources and links.

Offaly Historical & Archaeological Society.

Offaly (King's) County Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Offaly (King's) Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

Irish Midlands Ancestry Co Offaly on RootsIreland.ie. The online database includes a variety of records. A free name search is available but it costs 1 credit to view the results (maximum of 10 results per page). To view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available) costs 25 credits (abt €4.50). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each County Genealogy Centre so that you can see if the records for the parish or area of interest are included.

 

County Offaly Genealogy Links by Genealogylinks.net.

Roscommon
See also Census Records
County Roscommon Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ancestry.com. This commercial site offers access to a growing collection of Irish resources including:

• Catholic Parish Baptisms, 1742-1881. This new database contains indexed images of baptismal registers from selected Roman Catholic parishes in Ireland. Approximately 40% of the records are from County Meath and 15% are from County Roscommon.
The records are fully indexed with a free surname search. Subscription options offer access to information or digitised records.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Roscommon Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

Roscommon Heritage & Genealogy Company on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

County Roscommon Genealogy Links by Genealogylinks.net. 

County Roscommon, IrelandGenWeb project with information, resources and links.

The Irish Manuscripts Commission has digitised many of their out of print publications and made them freely available online. They are fully keyword searchable and include the Books of Survey and Distribution Books of Survey and Distribution being abstracts of various surveys and instruments to title 1636-1703.
• Volume 1, County of Roscoon with maps c. 1636 of the baronies of Athlone and Moycarnan and of parishes in Ballintober
• Volume 2, County of Mayo with maps of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683 and of Tirawley barony from the Down Survey 1657
• Volume 3, County of Galway with map of the county from Petty’s Atlas 1683
• Volume 4, County of Clare reproduced from the manuscript in the Public Record Office of Ireland with maps

Sligo
See also Census Records
Co Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Society on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

County Sligo Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Sligo Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenWeb County Sligo with information, resources and links.

1837 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps for Sligo at the Sligo County Library site.

Tipperary
County Tipperary Historical Society.

County Tipperary Ireland Genealogy Project with information, resources and links. There is access to Tipperary Newspaper Clippings with numerous online newspaper transcripts, relating to Tipperary, from a wide variety of newspapers.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Tipperary Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form. 

North Tipperary Genealogy Centre on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Bru Boru Cultural Centre  (Tipperary South) on RootsIreland.ie, the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.  

Tipperary Surnames. A site where you can search for surnames or add surnames being researched.

Tyrone
County Tyrone Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Tyrone Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

County Tyrone by Jane Lyons. This site offers access to a wide variety of online resources. Updated

Irish World Heritage Centre Co Tyrone on RootsIreland.ie., the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Online resources for County Tyrone research by the County Tyrone Mailing List.

Waterford
Waterford County Council Library Service online resources include death registers (1864-1901), war and gravestone memorial databases plus details from Griffith's Valuation (1848-1864) for County Waterford, searchable by townland or surname, Waterford trade directories (1824-1910) and more.     

Digital Newspaper Archive of 140,000+ local newspaper pages on the Waterford County Library site. This ongoing project is not complete for all years. Select a newspaper, then the year and browse the chronological files. Currently the database includes pages from the:
• Dungarvan Leader 1958-1997 (incomplete)
• Waterford Chronicle 1804-1872 (incomplete)
• Waterford Mirror 1803-1869 (incomplete)
• Waterford Mail 1824-1895 (almost complete)  
• Munster Express 1894-1920 (incomplete)
Each page is held as a .tiff image and can be downloaded.

County Waterford Genealogy. This Ireland Genealogy Project site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Waterford Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Westmeath 
IrelandGenWeb County Westmeath. This site offers information, resources and links.

Westmeath Ireland Genealogy. This Ireland Genealogy Project site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Westmeath Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Dún na Sí Heritage Centre, County Westmeath,  on RootsIreland.ie., the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

Wexford
County Wexford Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links.

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Wexford Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

Genealogy Resources for Wexford County. This site has a very extensive set of links for family history research in County Wexford. The sites are arranged in categories on one long page. The categories are not hyper-linked so be sure to scroll through them to the bottom. Categories include: starting your research; census directories and land records; birth/baptism, marriage and death records; archive records; photographic archives; newspaper records; fellow researchers; emigration and transportation; local historical records; and DNA genealogy. 
TIP: Use ctrl +F to open a search box to use for specific searches or to navigate to a category.

IrelandGenWeb County Wexford with information, resources and links.

Wicklow
County Wicklow Ireland Genealogical Project. This site offers information, resources and links. Updated

Ireland Genealogy Project Archive - Wicklow Records. The contributed files can be searched and viewed online. You can also contribute resources using the online submission form.

IrelandGenWeb County Wicklow  with information, resources and links.

Wicklow Family History Centre on RootsIreland.ie., the commercial site of the Irish Family History Foundation, coordinators of the county genealogy centres network. Databases held by these centres can include parish records; civil registration records; census records and substitutes; cemetery inscriptions plus land records such as Griffith's Land Valuation indexes and the Tithe Applotment Books. This site operates on a credit system. There is no free name search but when you register (free) you can view 100 pages of search results at no charge, then the charge is one credit per view. It currently costs 25 credits (€5.00) to view a detailed record transcript (no original record images are available). This site is complicated so be sure to read the instructions and view the Sources list for each individual County Genealogy Centre. This allows you to see what records are available, if they cover the parish or area of interest and the correct time frame.  
TIP: Be aware that many of the records on this site are freely available elsewhere. These include the 1901 and 1911 census, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books and civil registration indexes.

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