Useful Links...

Please find below some useful links to other websites.  If you would like to add a link, please contact us with the details.

Banbridge Genealogy Services holds copies of Griffith's Valuation Books for the Banbridge and Newry Districts, with the corresponding maps, as well as various Ordnance Survey maps and a small reference library to aid further family and local history research.

The Northern Ireland Family History Society objective is to foster interest in family history with special reference to families who have roots in the North of Ireland and their descendants, wherever they may be. 

Genuki - UK & Ireland Genealogy

National Archives of Ireland

Northern Ireland Statistics and Reseach Agency 

Passenger Search Ellis Island

The National Archives Office.  Useful information is available at the following sites:

Ulster Historical Foundation

Cyndi's List - Genealogical research websites for Ireland & Northern Ireland

Bann Valley Genealogy 

Ulster Ancestry provide a specialist ancestral research service for those wishing to trace their family origins in Ulster

Northern Ireland Online Genealogy Centre

Irish Family History Foundation

A-Z of Irish Genealogy


The UK Gen website

Family Ulster Research Site

Irish Genealogy Centre is a specialist genealogical research company, providing a range of services to those researching their Irish ancestry.

A Family and Local History Directory, specific to the UK. Includes Forums, Projects, Transcriptions, Links & More.

This site provides a wealth of information on all aspects of tracing your Irish Genealogy, History, Irish Surnames, Irish Coat of arms and the sort of life your Irish roots might have led in Ireland.

IrishGen - A new free collaborative Irish genealogy portal site with surnames, townlands, parishes, records, guides, forums/message boards, interest register, directories and much more. Its only in its infancy. Why not register and sign up for the newsletter (both free)?

The South Armagh Genealogy Project (SAGP)is an important asset for those researching their family tree in the South Armagh area.

The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA)