Resources by county

Wicklow Archives, Ireland – Digitised Collections

• Wicklow Grand Jury Presentments 1818-1899. The Grand Juries’ initial remit was justice, gradually extending to building/maintaining roads, bridges, infirmaries, asylums, courthouses and gaols • Arklow Town & Urban District Council Minute Books 1878-1947 • Wicklow County Council Minute Books…

The Mayo Orphan Girls

This site, by Barbara Barclay, has been created as part of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Heritage Studies at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Mayo Campus and forms an ongoing project to discover more information about the 137 Mayo…

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…

Tipperary Studies

This site by the Tipperary County Council Library Service aims preserve Tipperary history and heritage and to promote it locally and internationally. The Tipperary Studies digitisation project aims to make available online a range of sources, both historical and genealogical.…

Clonmel Graveyards

This fully indexed search facility has comprehensive information on all graveyards within a 4-mile radius of the town of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.  St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Clonmel has digital images of the actual Burial Register entry 1886-1926 available. There are…

Mountbellew Workhouse Project – Galway – Ireland

A project group is being formed to trace the descendants of the Orphan Girls Scheme who emigrated to Australia on the ship ‘Palestine’. The project will be twofold.  One line of inquiry will trace the lives of the Orphan Girls’ descendants in…

Drumragh – Tyrone Ireland – Roman Catholic Parish Registers

The free online database covers: • Baptisms 1846-1910• Marriages 1846-1927• Deaths 1846-1942The records include free high quality digital images of the registers. Note: These indexes extend beyond what is available from the National Library of Ireland, Ancestry.com and Findmypast. New