Genealogy section with tips, resources and useful links,
many with free databases, for the family historian. Several articles on this site relate the historical and cultural connections between the UK and Ireland with North America.
Links to free census records online.
|Claire's Roslea Ancestry
This site has lots of free records for the Roslea area, including an index to the Tithe Applotments for Clones parish, births, marriages and deaths and lots more. Well done Claire!
|County Fermanagh GenWeb
Volunteer-based genealogy website that includes useful records for Fermanagh, including an index to the Tithe Appplotments for the whole county.
|County Tyrone Genealogy
Free site with maps, local photographs, church records, Tithes and Griffith's Valuation.
|County Tyrone resources
Another free site with lots of Tyrone-related records.
Guide to the digitisation of Irish genealogy records.
FamilySearch is a service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The site includes extensive information for family historians who will be able to search records contributed by subscribers to the Fermanagh Mailing Lists.
|Irish Family History Foundation
The foundation has a cross-border network of local centres is the largest provider of professional family history research services in Ireland.
A gateway to organisations, associations and individuals that can link you to the people and places of your family's past.
|North of Ireland Family History Society
A non-profit organisation with 11 branches in Northern Ireland, including one in Enniskillen. Site gives info on their library, branches, meetings etc.
|Ulster Historical Foundation
A non-profit making organisation founded in 1956 to promote and preserve Irish genealogy and Irish history, with particular reference to the province of Ulster.
|Websites for Genealogists
An Australian Gateway site for tracing your family history - links to all sorts of useful resources down under.
"This project has been funded by Cavan-Monaghan Rural Development Co-op under the National Rural Development Programme. Funded by the Irish Government and part-financed by the European Union under the National Development Plan 2000-2006."