We now offer a certificate retrivial certificate. If your ancestor
was born, married or died in Ireland after the beginning of civil registration (1864) we
can retrieve the civil record for this event for you. The information contained on these
certificates is often vital in the study of family history. There are three types of
certificates available from the civil authorities: birth, marriage and death. Please click
on the relevant link below.
Irish Birth Certificate
Civil records cover only as far back as 1864. Before that genealogists and family
historians rely on Local Parish records to provide information on Irish ancestry. We can
do a search through any of the parish records you require and provide a transcript of all
relevant records for your family history. Should you require parish record research click
on the link below.
The Irish government has released the contents of the 1901 and 1911 census returns to
the public. If you want us to retrieve the information relating to your family from these
census records please clink on the link below.
1901 Census Returns
1911 Census Returns
As the majority of Irish emigrants came from tenant farmer or land owning backgrounds
the land records of Ireland are very important to Irish family history.
We can search through all the land records for information on your family.
Should you wish research into the shipping/emigration lists and /or transportation list
for records on your particular ancestor clink on the link below.
The Irish will abstracts provide: name, addresses & occupation of the deceased;
place and exact date of death; names and addresses of grantees of probate, and
relationship; exact date of probate and value of the estate. Most post 1858 wills were
destroyed in the Great fire of 1922 but abstracts remain. To enable a search please enter
as much information as possible below.
Abstracts of Wills etc.
The Irish Constabulary was established in 1822, and was renamed the Royal Irish
Constabulary (RIC) in 1867. Approximately 85,000 men served between 1816 and when it was
disbanded in 1922. We can search for, and if found, supply transcript record of the
member's entry in the service register
Royal Irish Constabulary