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  • Burke’s Peerage – – The definitive guide to the genealogical history of the major royal, aristocratic and historical families of the United Kingdom, Ireland and the United States of America.
  • Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites on the Web – – A categorised & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Internet.
  • Townlands of Ireland Database – – This search engine will perform a search of the IreAtlas Townland database, and return all lines that meet the screening requirements. By entering a Townland and a County, it will return all lines that contain the requested Townland and the requested County.
  • The Huguenot Society of Great Britain & Ireland –
  • Irish Newspaper Archive – – The world’s largest online database of Irish Newspapers. You can search, retrieve and view Ireland’s past exactly as it was originally published. With many of Ireland’s leading national, regional and out of print titles, this website is a wonderful resource for novice historians and academic institutes.  The archive range from the 1700’s to the present and takes in many of the seminal moments in the development of New World countries, such as Australia, Canada and the United States, to name but a few. The national newspapers give a unique perspective on national and international events through the Irish news press, whilst the local titles are a wonderful resource for all those interested in genealogical research and local history investigations.
  • Immigration to the U.S.A. – – More than 22 million passengers and members of ships’ crews entered the United States through Ellis Island and the Port of New York between 1892 and 1924. Information about each person was written down in ships’ passenger lists, known as “manifests.” You can search these millions of records for information on individual Ellis Island passengers.
  • Immigration to Canada – tracing family history Canada immigration citizenship genealogy guide
  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission – – The Commonwealth War Graves Commission pays tribute to the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars. A non-profit-making organisation founded by Sir Fabian Ware, it is charged with keeping records of the 1.75 million Commonwealth war dead. It commemorates the war dead in the building and maintenance of cemeteries and memorials and in the establishment and preservation of records.
  • Calendar of Patent Rolls –  – The Patent Rolls are primary sources for British history, a record of the King of England’s correspondence starting in 1202.They record the letters patent or royal letters issued unsealed, and were started during the reign of King John.  The patent roll was started in order to keep track of letters that had been issued by the government. Instead of keeping the records in a register or book form, they were written on sheets which were stitched together into long rolls to form a roll for each year.
  • CELT: Online Resource for Irish history, literature and politics – – CELT is a searchable online corpus of multilingual texts of Irish literature and history. In 2000, it had 2 million words of text. Now it has 13.6 million words available, and is growing. We have over 10 million requests for pages per year, and over 1100 available texts.
  • Enhanced Parliamentary Papers on Ireland 1801-1922 (EPPI) –  has catalogued and digitisation a selection of British Parliamentary papers taken from the University of Southampton’s unique Ford Collection of Official Publications.
  • How Much Is That? Compute the “real value” of the price, cost, or value of something over time –
  • Rosetta Calendar –
  • Quakers in Ireland – (Duplicate entry – remove)
  • Royal Dublin Fusiliers –
  • The Irish in America –
  • Belfast City Council – Burial Records – – Burial records in Belfast from 1869 onwards
  • Article on Irish Traditions, Food and Folklore –
  • A Guide to New York Historical Resources –
  • Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles –
  • Arlene Eakle’s Scots-Irish Blog –
  • Famine Ships –
  • A Beginners Guide to Irish Genealogy –