|Boston College |
Database of advertisements for Irish Immigrants published in the Boston Pilot, October 1831-October 1921.
|Centre for Irish-Scottish and Comparative Studies, TCD |
The Centre was established in 1999 to manage a PRTLI cluster comprising six research projects in the field of Irish-Scottish Studies.
|Centre for Migration Studies |
The Centre for Migration Studies, Omagh, Co. Tyrone holds the Irish Emigration Database.
|Convicts to Australia |
Free lists of those transported to Australia, they ships they travelled on and a wealth of background information.
|Ellis Island |
Search free for US immigration records from 1892 and ship pictures.
|Famine Irish Passenger Record Data File |
US National Archives, searchable database of 604,596 people who arrived in the United States between December 1846 and December 1851.
|Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild |
Searchable databases collected by volunteer transcribers, including over 8,000 passenger manifests.
|Irish in Europe Project |
instituted in 1997 to promote scholarly study of Irish migration to Continental Europe in the early modern period. Includes searchable database.
|Moving Here |
The Moving Here project is an educational website offering information on Migration to England for the past 200 years. You can search our database of over 200,000 items, read personal stories, or find information about family history research. Moving Here will launch an online Schools resource in March 2007.
|National Archives of Canada Miscellaneous Immigration Database |
Records of immigrants from Great Britain and Ireland to Canada, 1801-1849.
|National Archives of Ireland |
Online, searchable, Ireland-Australia transportation database and a number of useful articles on the subject.
|NY Irish Mailing List, Lookup Service |
This is a free lookup service done strictly on a volunteer basis for ONLY NY Irish Mailing List Subscribers. All requests must be for NY State only and the surname must be of Irish ethnicity.
|The Irish in Europe |
Instituted in 1997 to promote scholarly study of Irish migration to Continental Europe in the early modern period. It is a multi-disciplinary, cross-institutional research initiative that seeks to advance the study of Irish migrant experience in Europe.
|Southern New England Irish |
Dedicated to the Irish families of Bristol County, Massachusetts, Providence County, Rhode Island. Free online name index, photographs, gravestone inscriptions, passenger lists and more.
"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."