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Search Results for: will calendars

Obtain copies of archives

Ordering copies of archives In accordance with copyright legislation, the National Archives provides copies of documents for the purposes of research or private study. Copies can be ordered in person in the Reading Room or by post. We do not accept orders by telephone or email. All copying is carried out by National Archives staff [...]

Introduction

Our genealogy website (featuring the 1901 and 1911 census for all 32 counties, the Tithe Applotment Books, the Soldiers’ Wills and will calendars for 1858-1920 and 1923-1982), the Treaty exhibition, the CSORP website, the Documents of the Month and online exhibitions featured on our website provide the opportunity to view a selection of our holdings online.   These images and associated commentaries illustrate the richness and [...]

Introduction

We hold rich and varied collections of records which are relevant to Irish genealogy and local history and although our staff cannot undertake research on behalf of members of the public, everyone is welcome to visit us and explore the sources we hold on these topics.   For an idea of just some of the wide range [...]

Introduction

The National Archives holds the records of the modern Irish State which document its historical evolution and the creation of our national identity. These documents have enormous research potential as they provide essential primary source material for people seeking to understand the political, economic and social forces which have shaped our nation.   Almost all [...]

Guide to sources on women’s history

The following guide outlines a selection of sources held in the National Archives which relate to the study of women’s history, though it is important to note that many record series other than those mentioned will also contain relevant material. What follows is a short account of the main series of records likely to repay [...]

Introduction

We hold many records of relevance to genealogy and visitors intending to research their family trees should find the following sources of interest and assistance. The sources listed are a selection of the most frequently asked-about and consulted genealogy records in the NAI and for a more comprehensive list of our records, please consult Archives held in [...]

Archives held in the National Archives

The National Archives holds the records of the modern Irish State which document its historical evolution and the creation of our national identity. These documents have enormous research potential as they provide essential primary source material for people seeking to understand the political, economic and social forces which have shaped our nation.   Almost all [...]

Wills and testamentary records

Wills and testamentary records are of assistance to genealogists as evidence of the date of a person’s death and for other information which they may contain concerning the dead person’s family, place of residence and property.   Before a will can take effect, a grant of probate must be made by a court. If someone [...]

Genealogy records

We hold many records of relevance to genealogy and visitors intending to research their family trees should find the following sources of interest and assistance. The sources listed are a selection of the most frequently asked-about and consulted genealogy records in the NAI and for a more comprehensive list of our records, please consult Archives held in [...]

Digital resources

Our genealogy website (featuring the 1901 and 1911 census for all 32 counties, the Tithe Applotment Books, the Soldiers’ Wills and will calendars for 1858-1920 and 1923-1982), the Treaty exhibition, the CSORP website, the Documents of the Month and online exhibitions featured on our website provide the opportunity to view a selection of our holdings online.   These images and associated commentaries illustrate the richness and variety of the type of [...]

Down Survey baronial map of Carbury, county Cork, 17th century (Down Survey baronial maps)