United Kingdom & Ireland - Ireland

FamilySearch Place Research Tool

This new tool has replaced the Place Standard Finder and performs the same functionality and more. It provides access to standardized information about locations and can assist researchers in searching for exact spellings, checking whether locations exist, as well as…


FreeReg aims to provide free online searches of baptism, marriage and burial records transcribed from parish registers and non-conformist church records in the England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland dating from 1538. Currently 39+ million records are online with new…

Chief Secretary’s Office Registered Papers 1818-1852

The Francis J Crowley Bequest project is a five year project at the National Archives of Ireland to catalogue and make available the papers of the Office of Chief Secretary of Ireland from 1818 to 1852. The papers contain material…

Tipperary Libraries Local Studies and Archives collection

Tipperary Studies aims to collect and make freely accessible material relating to the history of Tipperary, including published books, journals, newspapers, photographs, audio visual material microform, manuscripts and ephemera. Currently online is the Lackagh Rate Book December 1850. New

Jewish Communities and Records – United Kingdom

This site aims to record the details of all Jewish communities and congregations that existed in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and Gibraltar. Currently the site has 6,000 pages detailing more than 1,200 Jewish congregations. New

Raymonds County Down Website

This site focuses on the areas of Aghaderg, Loughbrickland, Banbridge, Dromore, Dromara, Kilkeel, Mourne, Newry, Rathfriland and Rostrevor. This extensive site has a lot of indexes and information including this selection:• Index of 23,000 Irish born merchant seamen• List of…

Eddies Extracts relating to Belfast, Northern Ireland and more

This site has extracts of births, marriages and deaths transcribed from newspapers but also news stories, book extracts, church records, records of deceased seamen and the names of 25,000+ Presbyterians who served during the Great War of 1914-1919. New