Here you will find a collection of Irish genealogy resources that will help you trace your Irish ancestry and family history.
No trip to Dublin is complete without visiting Glasnevin Cemetery, one of the most beautiful and historically significant sites in all of Ireland.
Irish records once thought lost forever have been successfully recreated and will be available online by 2022.
Research indicates Turkish farmers arrived in Ireland about 6,000 years ago, bringing agriculture with them.
The new documentary explores the fascinating life story of Mary MacLeod, the Scottish Mother of President Donald Trump.
The Depressed Poet and Founder of Outlaws for Christ on how discovering his Irish ancestry through a DNA test meant the world to him.
The amazing generosity, poverty, and selflessness displayed in a miraculous letter that survived up a chimney in Hell's Kitchen ignites the spirit of Christmas.
Casey McNerthney's great-grandmother Lily Kempson played a role in the 1916 Easter Rising.
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Wolfe Tone, the father of Irish republicanism was sentenced to death in 1798. Here, a look at his personal life.
A detective in Florida has been granted a warrant to search the personal genomics database and genealogy website GEDMatch after it tightened its privacy policies in the wake of the Golden State Killer case.
Proud owners of Irish roots around the globe dream of walking in their ancestor's footsteps and finding their ancestral home in Ireland.
This traditional naming pattern once used in Ireland could be a useful tool when trying to fill in the gaps of your Irish roots.
Tracing roots back 200 years can lead to the discovery of many new relatives for those in Ireland and Irish Americans.
Why are American-born descendants of Diaspora Irish so tenacious about identifying with their homeland, even when their connections are generations distant?
Princeton Professor unearths the sad “half-life” her family was condemned to due to the “wicked ideals of morality, propriety, and respectability.”
The first official census recorded in Ireland's Free State took place in 1926, but the Irish government has now indicated that it won't be made available to the public until 2027.
Born of Irish parents in Missouri "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" survived the sinking of the Titanic, World War I and worked as an actress! What an amazing life she had.
So, you’re sure your ancestors came from the Emerald Isle?
EPIC invites people around the world to add their Irish ancestor's names to the museum.
After over 40 years of searching, an Irishman finally found his family alive and well in Country Fermanagh after nuns at children's home repeatedly told him he had no living relatives.
Always thought you had Irish heritage but weren’t 100% certain? Here are some of the best ways to begin your Irish family research.
From Murphy to O'Connor - the popular Irish family names now big names in the United States.
Exploring the identity of the Black Irish in the US.
Though British, the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson is proud of her Irish roots which she traced for her 1996 autobiography "My Story."
Fascinating pensions records pre-Easter Rising and beyond reveals a wealth of Irish history
Expect the unexpected at Dublin's Guinness Storehouse
Caroline Kennedy christens new aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy
Irish women are among the hottest in the world
Traditional Irish Christmas cake recipe the whole family will enjoy
"I may be Irish but I'm not stupid" — Joe Biden's latest gaffe
Top Irish Christmas traditions that make the season
The Irish horror film being hailed as the scariest of the year is now streaming
Irish Canadians continue fight for recognition at Montreal light rail station
Her last journey home across the wide Atlantic