Here you will find a collection of Irish genealogy resources that will help you trace your Irish ancestry and family history.
A common Irish name may be the earliest recorded surname recorded in all of Europe! Irish surnames have quite a history.
Irish dancing Jean Butler, Hollywood star Gerard Butler, WB Yeats... all their names have roots in Ireland.
Research indicates Turkish farmers arrived in Ireland about 6,000 years ago, bringing agriculture with them.
Check out the origins of the Sweeney name, its family crest and coat of arms, famous clan members, and some interesting facts!
Explore the history of the O'Neill name, its family crest, coat of arms, and famous clan members.
The Carlin clan has roots in several counties in Ireland.
Jewish births, marriages, burials, school records and census information in Ireland dating back to 1664 released to the public.
Ever wondered about the history of your Irish surname or from where your last name originated? You can find your name's meaning or Irish last name origin in this comprehensive list.
Interesting facts about the famous O'Hara family name and its coat of arms.
The origins of the name Campbell lie in the Irish (Gaelic) language – from the Irish words for Cam = crooked, and Beál = ‘mouth’.
There has always been a great interest in Irish family names, both from those born in Ireland and from the millions around the world who are proud to claim Irish ancestry.
Interested in the history behind your Irish family name? Find out more about the Harrington clan.
Mary Murphy, who died in 1904, claimed she was born in Dublin on Christmas Day 1770.
Mad Max actor, Mel Gibson's Irish connections date back to the Irish Famine, while his mother was born in County Longford.
From princesses to presidents, these ten personalities each have one thing in common: an Irish grandfather.
The Viking invasions of Ireland have had a lasting impact on the genetic makeup of Irish people.
Why are American-born descendants of Diaspora Irish so tenacious about identifying with their homeland, even when their connections are generations distant?
A tranche of birth, marriage and death certificates has been made available online for no charge.
The extensive research and rewarding nuggets of history discovered in the hunt to find our ancestral home in Ireland.
The Census Bureau is trying to trace white American people's origins in more detail in this year's census.
Yes, the Irish do have Viking DNA and are also more prone to certain diseases, DNA tests show.
History and heritage have the power to connect, heal and strengthen our communities in challenging times and during the coronavirus pandemic, this program is going online.
Here's how to start your journey into your Viking genealogical research.
Over 2.5 million images of Irish births, deaths and marriage records from the General Register Office, were released online for the first time.
The incredible good luck of a woman who should have perished on the Titanic on April 15, 1912, and instead went on to start a new life, in the New World.
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