Search the articles on all aspects of Irish family history, including transcripts of important sources, published by the Genealogical Society of Ireland.
With each result, you will be able to view the pages of the journal relating to the specific search name, word or phrase, or the first page of an article from the journal. The articles include studies on specific families, locations or search methodology and also full transcripts of original records.
We highly recommend that you take the time to view the images and the pages on either side by selecting the previous and next options. The image will provide you with more information about the article or record transcripts your search result relates to.
The Society was founded in 1990 as the Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society, being renamed the Genealogical Society of Ireland in 2000. They have published their journal regularly since 1992 on a broad range of topics of concern to Irish family history.
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• Begin your search broadly. Start with just a name and a year.
• If needed, you can narrow your search results by adding additional search criteria.
• Try different name combinations if you are having difficulty locating your ancestor’s entry. Occasionally, a first name was recorded as an initial only. Try searching with only a last name and year.