Many have Irish roots. Historically it was quite challenging to research those roots without taking a trip to
Ireland (though, a trip to does
sound quite fun!). Ireland
The last few years has seen an explosion in what Irish records we can research from the comfort of our home!
As stated on the findmypast.com site ...
On June 30 1922, during the Irish Civil War, the Public Records Office of
located at the historic Four Courts in ,
was severely damaged by fire resulting in the loss of a huge number of records. Dublin
But all is not lost! Irish family history is not only one of the most perplexing to research it also one of the most rewarding. There are so many fascinating stories to be told from the records that survive and that’s why millions continue to search for their Irish ancestors.
... Get started on your Irish family history today by searching our Birth, Marriage and Death records FREE.
Starting tomorrow and for the next few days you can freely access the findmypast Irish Birth, Marriage and Death Records.
Did you find your Irish ancestors? What did you learn?
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