IRELAND ESTATE DATABASE: The Connacht and Munster Landed Estates project, funded by the Irish Council for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences and the Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions respectively, undertook the research for, and the publication of, a comprehensive and integrated resource guide to landed estates and historic houses in Connacht and Munster, c. 1700-1914. The aim of the guide is to assist and support researchers working on the social, economic, political and cultural history of these provinces from c.1700 to 1914.
Web addresses of genealogy centers in Ireland by county.
Free search of billions of Genealogy Records
Awesome find for Missouri info... http://www.sos.mo.gov/mdh/
Search page is here: http://ir6b.deepwebtech.com/mdh/search.html?ssid=63878052%3a131435b...
Irish Genealogy Toolkit tells where to find Irish records.
A very valuable resource has started offering some of its older material for free. jstor.com collects scholarly journals in collections for libraries, schools etc. Now they are making US journals pre-1920 and other journals pre-1850 available without belonging to a supporting institution.
Here's the links for the announcement and a video for how to take advantage of the free service.
Are you researching Cornwall?
This is a beautiful website about Cornwall families from late 1600's to 1800's. Birth records were not kept but baptismal records were. The author arrange the site around the principal churches. If a family switches churches, she links you to that page. Many beautiful photographs of rural Cornwall and centuries-old churches.
Working on your Scotch-Irish ancestry? I am, and found this:
Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia: Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800 [Hardcover] 3 volumes, $199.00
This monumental work consists of court records pertaining to the Scotch-Irish pioneers who first breached the mountain barrier sealing off the Atlantic seaboard from the country west of the Blue Ridge. In 1738, when Augusta County, Virginia was erected, its domain extended from the Alleghenies to the Mississippi River, and from the northern part of Tennessee to the Great Lakes. Consequently Chalkley's esteemed publication stands as the supreme source of genealogical information for hundreds of thousands who trace their ancestry to Augusta County, and the Great Valley of Virginia.
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Links to Ireland genealogy records and countries where Irish immigrated
Good site for English and Canadian genealogy. Loads of pictures, Includes mini tree diagrams.
The one you posted: www.theweald.org
There is something about this site that some people cannot connect to with the link here or with the link a search on the Internet brings up.
I was not able to connect either way, 'Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage'.
Maybe something about IE or Security/Firewall/Virus is stopping it?
I"m on Chrome and I have zero trouble opening the link. I am baffled, because it is a great resource. It covers genealogy for Kent, Sussex and Surrey, and follows those families to the New World, especially to Canada. It has wonderful pictures of the people profiled and the towns where they lived. There is a simple tree for each family.