We undertake Family History research in the whole of the British Isles. However, as it is particularly difficult to locate the origins of Irish families, much of our work involves searching for records linking Irish emigrant descendants with places (and people) in Ireland with which their ancestors were connected. These invaluable findings were gleaned from official records, newspapers etc.
For the index of Irish emigrants and their probable or possible descendants / relatives – click on surname initials:
- C D
– L M
N - Y
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about such records. Please include data as written in our index.
Our index will eventually list many thousands of such people – mostly recorded from censuses taken wherever they settled (NB! Although spouses and other relatives are listed, they are not necessarily of Irish origin).
You will only pay when and if you accept that the information is genuine.
Said “Official records” include records, registers & transcripts
created by Civil Authorities, Church Parishes, Religious Organisations etc.
– containing information given at the time.
Some people listed parents and their abode without knowing if they were still alive.
Remember that, if a spouse is listed, it is not necessarily the first one – or your ancestor.
Official records often use abbreviations or even nicknames and many use latin.
In these indexes:
First Names are often standardized, such as: Biddy to Bridget, Cate/Kate/Kitty to Catherine, Frank to Francis, Joanna to Jane, Maggie to Margaret, Gulielmus to William, Oin/Eugene-Owen, Mick-Michael, Paddy/Patt-Patrick etc, etc. Refunds cannot be claimed if, for this reason, original records differ from our transcripts.
Surnames are often standardized, such as: McDonel to McDonnell, McGuire to Maguire, Shirdan to Sheridan etc, etc. Refunds cannot be claimed if, for this reason, original records differ from our transcripts.
Transcription errors: There will be numerous such errors. IF made by us - and, as a result, irrelevant information is received – the cost of that irrelevant information will be refunded.
World Wide Family History:
http://www.familysearch.org/ - LDS (Mormon) FREE site: Intenational Genealogical Index (IGI), Family History Library Catalogue, Census Transcriptions (1881 England & Wales, Canada - 1880 USA)
http://www.cyndislist.com/ - Lots of genealogy links.
British Empire & Military:
http://www.cwgc.org/ – Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
http://www.wartimesindex.co.uk/ – Victorian Wars. Index of serving British Officers and men who were: Killed in action, Wounded, Missing in action, Died from disease, awarded VC’s, DCM’s and campaign medals.
http://members.ozemail.com.au/~clday/MutinyD2.htm. - Medal roll for the Indian Mutiny 1857-1859
http://members.ozemail.com.au/~clday/index.html - Family History in India. A website for people tracing their British, European and Anglo-Indian genealogy in India, Burma, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/BritMilRecs.html - British Military Records
British Isles Family History / Genealogy:
http://www.genuki.org.uk/ - Lots of family history links.
- The National Archives (Public Record Office - Kew)
Free Index – document images at reasonable cost.
http://www.quaker.org.uk/library/guides/libqcal.html – Quaker records.
http://www.origins.net - services include subscription access to exclusive genealogy related collections on British Origins and Irish Origins, expert Scottish Old Parish records research on Scots origins, plus Free basic access to state-of-the-art specialized search engine for genealogy.
http://www.workhouses.org.uk/ - Workhouses in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
England & Wales Family History / Genealogy:
http://www.genuki.org.uk/Societies/England.html -List of English Family History Societies.
http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ - Free index of Births, Marriages & Deaths in England and Wales.
http://www.1837online.com – GRO index - similar to using fiche – except better quality. Index to Births, Marriages and Deaths in England and Wales – 1837 onwards. Reasonable cost.
– General Register Office (GRO) –tel. 0870 243 7788.
Certificates for Births, Marriages and Deaths in England and Wales – 1837 onwards can be purchased here.
Full certificate of birth, marriage, death or adoption:
Including search GBP 11.50
With GRO index reference supplied - Online GBP 7.00
With GRO index reference supplied - By post, phone or fax GBP 8.50
- 1901 Census England & Wales.
Free index search – original pages; 75 pence per page – minimum spend GBP 5.
http://www.a2a.org.uk/ - Access to Archives.
Free index of documents available in various English Archives and Record Offices.
http://www.oldbaileyonline.org - Fully searchable - 100,621 trials, from April 1674 to October 1834.
http://www.stepping-stones.co.uk/ - Sells Census CDs (images).
http://www.genealogysupplies.com/ – Sells CDs & DVDs – Censuses, Directories etc (images).
http://www.britishdataarchive.com/ - Sells Census CDs (images).
includes Cheshire BMD indexes.
Cumbria (Cumberland, Westmoreland & parts of old Yorkshire & Lancashire):
http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/CUL/cumbFHS/ - Cumbria FHS (Family History Society.
http://rolyg.members.beeb.net/ – includes 1851 census indexes for many areas in Cumbria.
http://www.cumberlandroots.co.uk/ – Cumberland Parish Records (Transcripions, Indexes, Research Service etc).
Ireland – Irish Family History / Genealogy:
http://www.groireland.ie - General Registry Office, Dublin.
http://www.irishroots.net/ – Here you will find the Irish Family History Foundation - your gateway to discovering all about your Irish ancestry, roots, genealogy and family history from anywhere in Ireland. The Irish Family History Foundation covers the 32 counties of Ireland, North, South, East and West.
http://scripts.ireland.com/ancestor/index.cfm – Irish Ancestors. Lots of Irish Genealogy.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~donaghmore1/down.html - Lots of Irish Genealogy.
http://www.leitrim-roscommon.com/1901census - 1901 census database for several Irish counties.
http://www.ireland.com/ancestor/ - Irish Townlands, Streets etc.
http://www.irishorigins.com/ - Irish genealogy information, featuring the definitive version of Griffith's Primary Valuation of Ireland records and maps, the most important Irish genealogy research source prior to the 20th century, Irish Wills Index (1484-1858), the 1851 Dublin City Census, Irish Royal Garrison Artillery Records, accessible via a free Irish name search.
http://www.ulsterancestry.com/ - includes lots of free Irish genealogy information.
Scotland – Scottish Family History / Genealogy:
- BMDs, 1881, 1891 & 1901 censuses.
Indexes 20 pence per page – Original record images GBP 1 each – minimum spend GBP 6.
– 520.000 wills and testaments from 1500 to 1901.
Free index - Original images at reasonable cost.