This page brings together a number of resources that we hope will be of use to you. There are our articles that we got published in various magazines, which you can download freely. Also, a collection of stories on Irish Genealogy and Ireland. And a series of short posts, some informative, some entertaining. We think you will be particularly interested in our genealogical guide to Irish archives and websites. Finally, why not sit back and have a look at our videos?
The Four Courts were the main repository for Irish records. In 1922 it was shelled during the civil war by the Free State troops to end the occupation by the anti-treaty forces. The fire caused by the fighting meant a lot of records were lost forever. But there is also plenty that survived, now kept in a multitude of offices in Dublin. And more and more is available online.
Follow the links below to get an overview of what you can find in the main archives in Dublin, Irish websites and to get tips on how best to research them.