Here you will find a collection of Irish genealogy resources that will help you trace your Irish ancestry and family history.
Burke - If you bear one of these names you could be a musician or politician.
This traditional naming pattern once used in Ireland could be a useful tool when trying to fill in the gaps of your Irish roots.
Research indicates Turkish farmers arrived in Ireland about 6,000 years ago, bringing agriculture with them.
Imagine spending your entire life as an only child, then one day, 85 years later, finding out you had a brother.
Members of the Connolly clan have been politicians, revolutionaries, and even comedians!
Gallagher is an Irish surname steeped in musical tradition.
An Irish American mother and half-black, half-Venezuelan father - the pop star Mariah Carey hangs on to some childhood trauma.
Members of the O'Hara clan include archbishops, writers, and movie stars. Do you have O'Haras in your life? Here's their history.
Is your Irish family name Quinn? You could be related to famous footballers, top businessmen, or Zorba the Greek.
If you’re a Doherty of origin, you could have a link to one of the great sculptors of Ireland or even Riverdance.
Is your name O'Callaghan? Sports and broadcasting are strong talents among some of the members of this clan. Here's a little history and a rundown of some famous Irish O'Callaghans.
The Viking invasions of Ireland have had a lasting impact on the genetic makeup of Irish people.
What's the story of the name Feeney? Perhaps the most outstanding person to bear the name Feeney is renowned philanthropist Chuck Feeney.
Marking Irish American Heritage Month, the US Census takes a look at just how Irish the United States really is.
A look at ten of the most common last names in Ireland and their fascinating histories.
International Women's Day, March 8, celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Family researchers have an uncovered a link between Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Irish-British singer.
Jewish, Italian, British, Polish and other celebrities who took Irish names.
Newly-crowned WBC Heavyweight world champion, the self-proclaimed "Gypsy King", has close ties with Galway.
Kurt Cobain was born on February 20, 1967. Here, a look a the Nirvana frontman's Irish roots.
Happy Nova Scotia Heritage Day! Today we celebrate this great province and it's 25% Irish ancestry stats!
Join the Ulster Historical Foundation at the Irish American Heritage Center, in Chicago to learn the ins and outs of researching your family history.
Home DNA-testing company 23andMe laid off 100 people last week.
Just 18-years-old and already a household name, best known for her chart-topping album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish is proud of her Irish roots and has said Ireland feels like home.
The quest for my father’s adoption records led me in search of the Menlo graveyard, County Galway, of a woman I had never known.
The best way to watch Irish music shows and events online
Six-year-old Irish girl explains why she should be allowed to the pub
Ancient bones reveal Irish are not Celts after all
WATCH: These videos of Irish waterfalls are helping fight insomnia
Irish emigrants tale told through Tenement museum of New York
Irish words and slang to learn before you visit Ireland
Ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day that don't involve a pub
IrishCentral’s Irish dance school of the month: McManus Irish Dance
Burke: Irish surname history
Belfast Respiratory Team begs people to stay home
Ta da! Irish child magician wows Colin Farrell