Irish Family History Society

Connecting People With Their Irish Roots

Free Genealogy Advisory Service

The National Archives’ Genealogy Advisory Service is now available as a face-to-face service and will also continue to operate via email. Assistance will be available

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New resources on IFHS website

30 June 2022 new section in member’s area The IFHS is regularly getting bulletins, newsletters, announcements, etc. from organisations it is affiliated with. And other

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No-1-of-2022-News-Sheet

IFHS has just published its first News Sheet of 2022. It is available for downloading (PDF format) from the Member’s Section of this website.

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Our New Magazine is Out!

The Irish Family History Magazine, Volume 37 has just been printed. With lots of articles covering various topics, as you can see below. Members will

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Find my past discount for members

Find my past https://www.findmypast.ie/ is offering 25% discounts on selected memberships. Offer end date: Sunday 28th November 2021 Log into the members’ section or become

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Back to our past

The Genealogy and Family History experience is back in the RDS! The show will provide access to 30 presentations on both genetic & general genealogy

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Family Tree Memory Keeper

“Family Tree Memory Keeper” is a paperback from the editors of “Family Tree Magazine”. Produced in 2013, it is a workbook which makes it easy

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RootsTech 2022

RootsTech 2022, the annual Genealogy Conference will take place from 3 – 5 March, 2022.  As in 2021, it will be fully virtual and free

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AGM 2021

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June 2020 IFHS Update

Hello to all our members from Noel chairperson IFHS and the members of the IFHS committee- Lucinda, Joan, Roy and Dan. Hope you are keeping

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New Databases on FindMyPast

FindMyPast have added new databases for Civil Registers Indexes for births and marriages which link to birth and marriage records on Irish Genealogy.  You will

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Dr Kathleen Lynn

There is a campaign to name the future National Children’s Hospital after Dr Kathleen Lynn. For details see:  https://my.uplift.ie/petitions/children-s-hospital-to-be-named-after-dr-kathleen-lynn

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Beyond 2022

A digital reconstruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland building and its collections has been launched as part of the Centenary commemorations.  The building

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