Census records

North of Ireland Family History Society – Census strays

North of Ireland Family History Society – Census strays. The term ‘Census Strays’ refers to people who are born in one place whose name crops up in a census in another place. In this case the listing is of people…

Irish Genealogical Research Society – Unique resources

Use the Resources link to access Unique Resources. These include: • Early Irish Marriage Index (pre 1864) with 213,000+ entries. This free index has been compiled from records at  the Registry of Deeds in Dublin plus newspaper announcements, marriages noted…

Defence Forces Ireland – Military Archives

Military Archives is the place of deposit for the archives of the Defence Forces, the Department of Defence and the Army Pensions Board. The extensive online collections are arranged as follows:• Military Service Pensions Collection 1916-1923• Bureau of Military History…

Findmypast – Full list of Irish Family History Records

The commercial site Findmypast has a vast collection of world records. Use this list to see what Irish records are available. They are arranged by the following categories:• Census, Land & Substitutes• Churches & Religion• Education & Work • Immigration…

Ancestry.com – United Kingdom – Census and Voters Lists

These include:• 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 census for England, Scotland (not 1911), Wales, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The records are fully indexed with a free surname search. A variety of subscription options offer…

Ancestry.com – Ireland Family History Research Page

There are 176+ data collections online. The records are fully indexed with a free surname search. Subscription options offer access to transcripts or digitised records.  The collections are arranged in the following categories:• Ireland Census & Voter Lists• Ireland Birth, Marriage &…

IrishGenealogy.ie

IrishGenealogy.ie is a free family history website by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. The online data includes:• Church records – access 3+ million pre 1900 Church of Ireland records for Dublin City, Kerry and Carlow; Roman Catholic…

National Archives of Ireland – Genealogy Site

This site offers free access to searchable databases and images of the original records for: • Census of Ireland, 1901 and 1911 • Census survivals, 1821-1851.  Fragments survive for: Antrim 1851; Belfast city (one ward only) 1851; Cavan 1821 and…

Ulster Historical Foundation

A commercial site for researching Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors from the Northern Ireland Province of Ulster which includes the counties of Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Monaghan and Tyrone . The site has 2 million+ Irish family records available online including birth,…