Martin Sheen discovered a fascinating story when he traced his Irish roots
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When Ellis Island opened its doors on 2 Jan 1892, the first person through was Annie Moore
The aims of the Dun Laoghaire Borough Historical Society in Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin are to promote and sustain...
The North West Tourism and Cultural Centre is located in Sligo Town, County Sligo. As well as the genealogy centre it...
Curran’s Heraldry is an Irish based company, specialising in Irish, British, and European Coats Of Arms. It has been...
The Mayo North Family Research Centre in Enniscoe, County Mayo offers a genealogical research service covering the northern...
Irish Midlands Ancestry which is based in Tullamore, County Offaly provides an ancestral research service covering the...
Derry City Council's Archive and Genealogy collections
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