Hi, This is a new feature for the site to run from June 3rd till July 31st 2017. AS some of you may know, I am Owen and I run this site on my own since May 2013, I have paid for it all by myself and spent a lot of my personal time and money developing it. I am not asking for anything but if you would like to give any kind of donation to contribute to the hosting of the site and and development of more features, please feel free to donate, anything is welcome. Thank you for visiting the site and any questions just drop a message, Donations can be sent Via PayPal.

*PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DONATION TOWARDS RUNNING THIS SITE AND                                                       NOT FOR ANY KIND OF SERVICE - Owen O Rourke-

  • Use free sites online

  • Research old family letters 

  • Births/Deaths & Marriages can be a good start off.

  • Using certain software's can impede your research

  • Always questions the records you have come across and double  check them with other resources.

  • Always start from the bottom up

  • Always a good tip to start researching from your grandparents side of the family

The easiest way for starting a search is to speak to people who know about older relatives in your family, this would allow you to record information that is always vital for you research. People can spend years researching their own trees and at times come up against brick walls. These can always be broken down. Some of the easiest ways to start is check the 1901 and 1911 census for free.



Do you know where to start?

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​Why not explore the world for            your Irish Ancestry

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All Irish Census from 1821-1911 right here


Birth, Death & Marriage Records

All Available for a search on the following Irish Government site  www.irishgenealogy.ie