Birth Death Marriage Genealogy Records Ireland - Irish Family History Foundation

Birth Death Marriage Genealogy Records Ireland - Irish Family History Foundation {Ship passenger lists, hits for James Rogers)

Ever thought about travelling Ireland by rail? I took a trip up to Northern Ireland and Donegal and Sligo with Railtours Ireland. We visited Belfast, the Titanic Centre, the Peace Wall and more.

Want to explore Ireland by rail? Here's everything you need to know about Railtours Ireland luxury rail trips from Dublin up to Northern Ireland.

Thatched cottage in Adare village - about 25 mins. drive from our store in the centre of Limerick city.

Thatched cottage in Adare village - about 25 mins. drive from the store "Irish Handcrafts" in the centre of Limerick city.

Birth Death Marriage Genealogy Records Ireland - Irish Family History Foundation

Online Irish ancestral Birth, Death and Marriage records for Ireland. Irish Genealogy research center - Irish Family History Foundation

Planning travel around County Galway, Ireland? Don't miss the Dan O'Hara Homestead and Connemara Heritage Centre for Irish migration history and a working farm with animals!

Ireland's Most Unexpected Best Tourist Attraction

Eamon de Valera (centre) strongly opposed the 1922 Anglo-Irish Treaty that brought about the partition of Ireland.

Eamon de Valera (centre) strongly opposed the 1922 Anglo-Irish Treaty that brought about the partition of Ireland.

Discover the many reasons who you should add Kilkenny to your itinerary in Ireland: castles round towers, local brews and a medieval town centre - what's not to love?:

Top things to do in Kilkenny, the heart of medieval Ireland

Discover the many reasons who you should add Kilkenny to your itinerary in Ireland: castles round towers, local brews and a medieval town centre - what's not to love?

Samuel Beckett Bridge - River Liffey - Dublin, Ireland

Harp shaped Samuel Beckett bridge in Dublin, over the River Liffey. I stayed just a few hundred yards from it :)

Sceilig Mhichíl (in Irish meaning Michael’s rock) is a steep rocky island in the Atlantic Ocean about 9 miles (14.5 kilometres) from the coast of Co. Kerry. It is the larger of the two Skellig Islands. After being founded in the 7th century, for 600 years the island was a centre of monastic life for Irish monks. The Gaelic monastery, which is situated almost at the summit of the 230-metre-high rock became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

Sceilig Mhichíl (in Irish meaning Michael’s rock) is a steep rocky island in the Atlantic Ocean about 9 miles kilometres) from the coast of Co. It is the larger of the two Skellig Islands. After being founded in the century, for 600 years

The Irish Cultural Centre in Paris - Centre Culturel Irlandais

The Irish Cultural Centre in Paris - Centre Culturel Irlandais

I Would Definitely Pick The Snow #lol #haha #funny

I Would Definitely Pick The Snow - I live in Michigan so we don't get floods that often

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