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General Register Office - Republic of Ireland
Marriage records begin 1846 with Births and Deaths in 1864. Records for Northern Ireland after 1921 are held in Belfast.
If you only need details for research then use the 'Photocopy' option which will only cost €4.00
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This website allows users the opportunity to search a wide range of record sources in their search of their Irish Ancestry. The website is home to the on-line historic Indexes of the Civil Registers (GRO) of Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Deaths and to Church Records of Baptism, Marriage and Burial from a number of counties..

Irish Genealogy
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When researching my own family I needed details from Scotland and this was the site where I got most of it. You can do a general search on the site for free, but when you require specific details you will have to subscribe. The cost is minimal, compared with the cost of having to go to Scotland. In most cases you will be able to download images of birth, death, marriage and census records to validate the entries on your tree.
Scotlands People
Sinton / Heacock logo
My friend and colaborator in Pittsburgh has her own web site with other details on the Sinton family.
Sinton/Heacock Families of Pennsylvania
Family Tree DNA logo
This is one of the exciting new tools in genealogy and is sure to help untangle some of the mysteries of your family tree. I have used it and it certainly helped me.
One word of advice - join a surname project before ordering a kit - it is much cheaper.

Family Tree DNA
Family Search logo The largest free genealogy database on the internet.
It has details from many countries and is provided by
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Family Search
People Finder logo If you are new to genealogy then this is a great site.
If you have a question you will probably find the answer here.
This site was recommended by Julianna at La Vida Charter School, California
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Public Records Office of Northern Ireland
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
Ask about Ireland and Griffith's Valuation Logos
One of the most important 19th century genealogy resources for Ireland Griffith's Valuation
Saint Partick statue Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich
Memorial Library & Archive
Roman Catholic Records

A free independent library and archive situated in Armagh City, the Roman Catholic ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.
It houses a number of specialist collections of national
and international importance.
National Archives of Ireland logo Both the 1901 and 1911 Census records on line
along with other interesting archives.
Beware of transcription errors in the spelling of names.

Irish National Archives
Cyndis List logo Want to search other family names?
Have a look at Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet

Cyndi's List
Victoria Cross Recipients logo John Alexander Sinton (1884-1954) was awarded the Victoria Cross during WW I.
Details of this and other VCs can be found on

Victoria Cross Recipients
Craigavon Museum Services logo Craigavon Museum Services have a very large collection of Quaker publications in their library, with a history of the first Quakers in Ireland.
Craigavon Museum Services
Quakers in Ireland logo For details of The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Ireland

Quakers in Ireland
Craigavon Historical Society logo Contains lots of historical articles about the Craigavon area, including Lurgan and Portadown.

Craigavon Historical Society
War Graves Commission logo If any of your ancestors were killed during one of the many conflicts involving British and Commonwealth forces, then the details are available from
War Graves Commission
United States Department of Veteran Affairs banner If any of your ancestors were members of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force or Coast Guard etc. then this site could be a big help
Veteran Affairs
Ulster Place-Name Society logo If you are interested in the origins of 'Townlands' in Ireland then visit to the following site

Ulster Place-Name Society
Sinton Dairy logo My 5th cousins, twice removed, Melvin McGregor and George Herbert Sinton, founded a successful dairy business in Colorado Springs, USA.
Sinton Dairy
Belfast City Council Logo Belfast City Council The service allows you to search for burial records in Belfast from 1869 onwards. Around 360,000 records are available.

Belfast Burial Records
Find A Grave logo This site will be of most use to those in USA, but does contain graves from other countries.

Find A Grave
The National Archives logo Have you ever wondered how much one of you ancestors was worth in to-days money? The money converter on this site will allow you to find out.

Money Converter
Lurgan-Ancestry
A GUIDE TO HELP TRACE YOUR ANCESTORS FROM LURGAN, COUNTY ARMAGH, NORTHERN IRELAND
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