What Irish records are online?
General Register Office records
- Familysearch: The Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) website includes a partial transcript of Irish birth records 1864-1881, as well as a complete transcript of their microflims of GRO indexes up to 1922 (all-Ireland) and 1958 (Republic of Ireland). Ancestry has a copy of both.
- Some of the heritage centres whose records are at Rootsireland have transcribed the local Superintendant Registrar's registers.
- Assorted: Various individuals and organisations have transcribed records covering their area of interest.
- Origins.net has a complete set of Griffith's Valuation (1847-64), along with the associated Ordnance Survey maps for the 26 counties of the Republic (paying).
- A complete set of Griffith's Valuation (1847-64) is available free at the Irish Library Council site, www.askaboutireland.ie.
The National Archives of Ireland genealogy site has images and transcripts of the Tithe Applotment Books for the twenty-six counties of the Republic.
- Landed Estate Court Records are at Findmypast.ie.
- Assorted: Various individuals and organisations have transcribed Griffith's and Tithe Applotment books covering their area of interest.
- The Irish Times has a relatively complete archive from 1859.
- Irish Newspaper archives has the Freemans' Journal from 1763, The Irish Independent from 1905, The Irish Press from 1931 to 1995, and many twentieth-century provincial papers.
- Biographical information from the Belfast News-letter is extracted from 1737 to 1800.
- The British Newspaper Archive has The Freeman's Journal from 1820 to 1900, The Cork Examiner from 1840 to 1846 and 1923 to 1926, and The Belfast News-Letter from 1828 to 1900.
Links last checked January 23 2013