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Irish Family History Societies
The main ones are given here and most have links to many other Irish societies, databases, information & chat rooms.
All-Ireland Family History Societies
| Ireland Genweb Project
|| Online only|
Irish Ancestral Research Association
| The Irish Ancestral Research Association|
Dept. W, 2120 Commonwealth Ave.
| Irish Family History Foundation
|| Irish Genealogy Ltd.|
Floor 3, Shelbourne House
Dublin 4, Republic of Ireland
| Irish Genealogical
| Online only at present|
Irish Genealogical Society Internationa
| 1185 Concord St. North|
South St. Paul 55075USA
Northern Ireland FHSs
| North of Ireland FHS
|| Mr. G.N. Sibery|
c/o Queen’s University
Graduate School of Education
69 University Street
Belfast , Northern Ireland BT7 1HL
has links to websites for branches in Coleraine,
Lisburn, North Down and Ards, Omagh and Portadown
| Ulster Historical Foundation
|| 49 Malone Road Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6RY|
| Northern Ireland Genweb
|| Online only:|
Republic of Ireland FHSs
| Genealogical Society
| Mr. Michael Merrigan|
11 Desmond Avenue
Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Republic of Ireland
| Irish FHS
|| P.O. Box 36|
Naas, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland
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