Trace Your Gaelic Roots - Trace your Irish heritage and find out where your Irish surname originated from.

Trace Your Gaelic Roots - Trace your Irish heritage and find out where your Irish surname originated from.

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.

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.

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This website contains a unique set of Irish family history records including Birth, Death, Marriage and Gravestone records the majority of which are only available online on this website and cannot be found online elsewhere.

This website contains a unique set of Irish family history records including Birth, Death, Marriage and Gravestone records the majority of which are only available online on this website and cannot be found online elsewhere.

Flag of Ireland: Stands for unity between the religions of the country. Orange for Irish Protestants, Green for Irish Catholic Nationalists, and White for Unity.

Flag of Ireland: Stands for unity between the religions of the country. Orange for Irish Protestants, Green for Irish Catholic Nationalists, and White for Unity.

This website contains a unique set of Irish family history records including Birth, Death, Marriage and Gravestone records the majority of which are only available online on this website and cannot be found online elsewhere.

This website contains a unique set of Irish family history records including Birth, Death, Marriage and Gravestone records the majority of which are only available online on this website and cannot be found online elsewhere.

'The 1841 census graded houses in Ireland into four classes. The lowest class consisted of mud and thatch cabins of a single windowless room like this'

'The 1841 census graded houses in Ireland into four classes. The lowest class consisted of mud and thatch cabins of a single windowless room like this'

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