Ireland

Starting in 1864, all births, marriages, and deaths in Ireland began to be recorded in civil registration records, rather than relying on the church records to be the official source. Learn how to find these records and how they can help you in your research.
Learn about the land that your Irish ancestor lived on during the 1800s. Discover where the land was located, who the neighbors were, the size of the land and what kind of crops were likely grown in your ancestor's soil, and what the land looks like today!
This presentation walks learners through the Civil Registration process for Ireland. At the end, learners should be able to know how to use Civil Registration to find their Irish ancestor's birth, marriage, or death certificate.
Lecture designed to acquaint beginning genealogist with strategies and sources for getting started in Irish genealogy.
This five part course teaches the basics of Ireland jurisdictions. This is important because records are kept by various government and religious entities and these often divide the land into jurisdictions in which our ancestors lived. In other words, knowing the extent of government and religious jurisdictions helps us understand the records they kept so we are more likely to find our ancestors in them. It also demonstrates a few favorite resources for understanding the jurisdictions and using that understanding to find records. The entire class will take you 1:00:08 to finish.
This Webinar provides an overview of all the outstanding changes and latest advancements that will transform the way you approach your Roman Catholic ancestral research in Ireland. Did you know that two iconic family history websites in a huge collaborative indexing effort have re-shaped how to conduct research in these wonderful church registers? Phil unveils all the wonderful details that will help you trace your elusive Irish Catholic ancestors.
In this segment you will learn about the different gazetteers.
This segment will discuss different maps that can help in your research.
Ireland, anciently known as Hibernia, was invaded by the Normans in 1169-1171. These Normans soon married the native Irish and over time adapted their language and culture. They were known as the Hiberno-Normans. This class looks at the history of the Hibern-Normans and how to do family history research on these families.
Ireland, anciently known as Hibernia, was invaded by the Normans in 1169-1171. These Normans soon married the native Irish and over time adapted their language and culture. They were known as the Hiberno-Normans. This class looks at the history of the Hibern-Normans and how to do family history research on these families.
Learn about the routes taken and reasons for the emigration from Ireland to the US and Canada before, during, and after the famine. Learn how this movement of people can affect your research, plus what tools and records are available to track your Irish ancestor.
Learn about the routes taken and reasons for the emigration from Ireland to the US and Canada before, during, and after the famine. Learn how this movement of people can affect your research, plus what tools and records are available to track your Irish ancestor.
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