Ireland

The gaol of County Down was specifically for convicts who were due to be transported to Australia. It was kind of a holding area. The website has two databases which together have over 1700 names of convicts transported to either New South Wales or Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania). The records give a remarkable details including Read more

The Belfast Newsletter just might be the oldest English language newspaper still published today. It was first published in 1737. The Belfast Newsletter Index 1737-1800 Belfast Newsletter 1828-1900 Read more

Irish Family history and genealogy forums are a great way to connect with others who are researching the same names as you, and you can get some help breaking down some brick walls. Find My Past Ireland A free message board for for Irish family history RootsChat Ireland Probably the most active forum for Irish Read more

Browse the rolls of honour from all over Ireland from both World Wars. Presbyterian Church in Ireland Roll of Honour 1914-1919 Presbyterian Church in Ireland Roll of Honour 1939-1945 Soldiers Died in the Great War Read more

The County Tyrone website had over 1780 genealogy pages including births, marriages, deaths, census, church records, criminal records, graveyard transcriptions, passenger lists, trade directories, photographs and much more. It’s a great resource for tracing your County Tyrone ancestors. Visit Website Read more