Cork County Library – Local Studies Digital Library

This local studies collection encompasses all aspects of life in County Cork, past and present.  The unique collections include:• Cork Collection • Irish Reference Collection • Local history files • Family History Collection • Periodical Collection • Newspaper Collection• Cork…

dúchas.ie – National Folklore Collection of Ireland

dúchas.ie is a project to digitize the National Folklore Collection of Ireland, one of the largest folklore collections in the world. The Schools’ Collection is the first collection being made available on this site. It is a collection of folklore…

The Irish Mission at Watson House (New York)

The Mission of Our Lady of the Rosary for the Protection of Irish Immigrant Girls operated from 1883 to 1954 in Watson House overlooking New York Harbour. It was close to the Castle Garden immigration depot. The mission aimed to…

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…

Cork City and County Archives – Digital Archive

There are links to documents and records that have been digitised and are available online (PDF format). These include:• St Josephs Cemetery Register (Cork City) 1 Jul 1904-11 Jul 1917• Cobh/Queenstown Cemetery Register 1879-1907• Dunbullogue Cemetery Register 1896-1988• Rathcooney Cemetery…

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…