Here you will find a collection of Irish genealogy resources that will help you trace your Irish ancestry and family history.
"He was very proud of being Irish...he really felt his Irish roots were at the core of his being." Happy Birthday to the all singing all dancing Gene Kelly!
It has long been assumed that the population of Ireland grew steadily until it was devastated by the Great Famine. A new study shows that Ireland's population was in decline for three centuries until the Vikings arrived.
Research indicates Turkish farmers arrived in Ireland about 6,000 years ago, bringing agriculture with them.
Marilyn Monroe's ancestral Clan Munro has been found to have a direct link to Ireland.
From what to pack and what you need to know before you go, to searching Dublin records and making contact with the locals in your ancestral home, an expert’s top advice
Genealogist Barry Griffin has compiled a robust online resource using data from the 1901 and 1911 censuses in Ireland.
From post-Famine Ireland to the 1922 fire at the Fire Courts, everything you need to know about locating the Irish records for your ancestors online
It all goes back to a Dublin woman named Eliza O'Brien.
Tragic letters from Banbridge, County Down, reveal a World War One soldier’s death on the frontline and how he inspired his great-great-nephew.
Read the remarkable piece of Irish history that is the jail journals of legendary Fenian Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa.
My Ancestry results revealed I'm 68% Irish - something of a surprise to me as my Dad is British!
Famous astronauts with links to Ireland, from Neil Armstrong to Chris Hadfield.
Two decades after Nirvana frontman’s death we take a look at his Irish ancestry and spiritual awakening in Ireland.
Find out the origin of the Irish family name O'Sullivan, its famous members, and other interesting facts.
Was your maiden name O'Neill or you had an O'Neill grandparent? We also want to hear from you.
Ancient Clan O'Neill group to host a ‘Cead Míle Fáilte’ to other members of the clan in the city of O'Neill, Nebraska, in 2021
With the 10th most popular surname in Ireland, the O’Neills are quite a distinguished bunch. Among their ranks, there have been warrior kings, politicians, playwrights, actors, and fashion designers.
The UFC star is related to Kardashian through his Scottish roots.
The Irish Family History Forum is an excellent resource for those searching for their links to the Emerald Isle.
A tranche of birth, marriage and death certificates has been made available online for no charge.
Explore the history of the O'Neill name, its family crest, coat of arms, and famous clan members.
I love traveling somewhere with personal meaning. And despite having little idea of any cultural heritage outside Ireland, I realised I could get all that information through an ancestry test.
Jewish births, marriages, burials, school records and census information in Ireland dating back to 1664 released to the public.
Aer Lingus has begun to offer the ‘Discover Your Roots’ package which includes a consultation with a genealogist in Ireland.
The incredibly fertile Irish warlord, Niall of the Nine Hostages, is thought to have 3 million descendants worldwide. Could you be one of them?
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Irish music and dance session breaks out on flight to Kerry
On This Day: Hurricane Charley blows into Ireland in 1986
How a falling window led to a major archaeological discovery in Ireland
The best modern Irish love songs
Exclusive photos of 1913 Ireland from Irish newspaper An Claidheamh Soluis
You can now own your own "Derry Girls" GAA jersey
The Dropkick Murphys perform special gig for toddler recovering from brain surgery
Now Donald Trump taking over the Rose of Tralee?
Irish Famine comedy play set to debut in Ireland