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Claire's Roslea Ancestry

A great website of my friends, dedicated to various Roslea families, lots of great photo's and databases.

 

Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Great site with lots of information, click this link to order your ancestors wills.

 

Fermanagh on Genweb.

Great site dedicated to County Fermanagh Genealogy.

 

Fermanagh Gold

''Fermanagh Gold Archives' . A real must for anyone who is researching ancsestry in Fermanagh. Browse the message boards and post messages for help, your almost certain to meet some one who can help you !

 

Free Ireland Townland search engine

A great website with a searchable database of every townland in Ireland. You can enter partial letters and the search engine will do the rest !

 

Ask about Ireland

Free website containing original scans and maps of Griffiths Valuation. A must see website for Irish researchers.

 

Vynette Sage Fermanagh databases's search engine

This is a great new search engine containing all the databases of re known Fermanagh transcriptionist Vynette Sage.Type in your Ancestors Surname and your certain to find something !!

 

Familysearch.org

Website run by the church of the Latter Day Saints. Millions of records, including Ireland Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958.

 

Cassidy Clan.org

Website dedicated to Cassidy families of County Fermanagh.

 

The National Archives

View the 1911 census for the whole of Ireland (original scans), with the 1901 census to be available soon.

 

The Clogher Historical Society

The Society promotes local history in the counties of Fermanagh, Monaghan, South Tyrone and parts of South Donegal and West Louth.

 

Pensear.org

Provides a searchable database derived from the pension records that survived the burning of the public records and Irish census information in Dublin’s Four Courts in 1922

 

The Northern Ireland Place-Name Project

The Northern Ireland Place-Name Project, established in 1987, researches the origin and meaning of the townland names of Northern Ireland. It is the only centre for the study of Gaelic place-names in the United Kingdom.

 
 
 
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