This category contains 8 products.
View as Grid or List. | Sort By: with per page.

Please leave this field blank.


Price: Varies
The Third Edition of Brian Mitchell'sPocket Guide to Irish Genealogyis, page for page, perhaps the best book on genealogical research in Ireland ever written.

Price: Varies
This is the best book on Irish genealogy ever published. The first volume is a guide to preliminary research. It describes genealogical collections and indexes in all the major Irish repositories and the published indexes, catalogues, and printed sources available in Ireland and the United States. The various chapters detail the types of records that exist and where, the nature and extent of the holdings, dates of coverage, and the existence of indexes to wills and probates, birth, marriage and burial records, land, census and tax records, and church and parish records.

Price: Varies
The best book ever written on Irish genealogy, the 4th edition ofTracing Your Irish Ancestorsretains the familiar structure of previous editions but is now more useful than ever. Combining the key features of a textbook and a reference book, it describes the various steps in the research process while at the same time providing an indispensable body of source materials for immediate use. 608 pages | Published 2012 |

Price: Varies
Whether you conduct your research in person or by mail, this celebrated manual--now in its Fourth Edition--will guide you in finding your ancestors in Britain or Ireland. Noted genealogist Angus Baxter provides detailed instructions for locating records abroad and shows how easy it is to do it by mail--or on a vacation trip!

Price: Varies
Since its publication in 1986,A New Genealogical Atlas of Irelandhas established itself as a key resource in Irish genealogical research. Now, with the addition of maps detailing the location of Roman Catholic parishes in all thirty-two counties of Ireland and Presbyterian congregations in the nine counties of Northern Ireland, this new 2nd Edition moves the book to the forefront of Irish genealogical research. Also, for the first time ever, this one volume contains a complete geographical picture of the three major religious denominations in Ireland during the middle years of the 19th century.

Price: Varies
This work tells you which Irish parish registers exist (all denominations), their starting dates, and where and how they can be located, and it links them to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland, the great survey of property holders taken between 1848 and 1864.

Price: Varies
In Ireland, the civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths began in 1864, and the registration of Protestant marriages in 1845. Before this, church registers have the only reference to an ancestor's birth, marriage or death, but because of the destruction of many Church of Ireland burial records, and the late beginning dates of many Roman Catholic and Presbyterian burial registers, a gravestone inscription may be the only record of an ancestor's death. Moreover, since gravestones frequently mention the person's residence and age at death and the deaths of other family members, the location of Irish churches and graveyards is very important to the family historian.
Part Number: QDIRISHGEN_

Price: $2.95
Looking to find those elusive Irish ancestors? The Irish Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide contains useful information including a timeline of Irish history events, tips on Irish genealogy research strategy, outline of major immigrant groups, and more. Also included are links to websites and resources covering vital records, church records, census records, as well as general Irish genealogy resources. This handy 5-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.