Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

26/2/2007

Finding Your Ancestors in Ireland

To use church, civil, and other types of Irish records, you need to know where in Ireland your ancestors lived. Knowing the county is a start, but knowing the name of the townland or parish will make your searches much more productive. In the following excerpt from one of the introductory chapters in Brian Mitchell’s Pocket Guide to Irish Genealogy, the author explains what resources in your ancestors’ country of immigration, such as the United States or Australia, can help you find the information you need. for more click here

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