Professional researchers available in the United Kingdom. Membership of AGRA is limited to those who have demonstrated a high level of competence and expertise. A Code of Practice and a Complaints Procedure are in place.
Located in London, England, U.K. The world's leading organisation for one-name studies. A one-name study is a project researching facts about a surname and all the people who have held it, as opposed to a particular pedigree (the ancestors of one person) or descendancy (the descendants of one person or couple).
The Irish Family History Foundation has been the coordinating body for a network of county genealogy centres on the island of Ireland for over twenty five years. The genealogy centres’ databases include parish church records of baptisms, marriages and deaths, census returns and gravestone inscriptions. Millions of these records are searchable online, providing a unique resource for family historians not available on any other website. New records will be added as the computerization of sources continues in the local genealogy centres.
Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Preserving the history and genealogy of the Irish Palatines for future generations. Surnames include TESKEY, SWITZER, RUTTLE, DOUPE, LODWICK, SHIER, PIPER, BOVENIZER, FIZZELL, DULMAGE.
Founded on 1 July 2003 to promote the study of relations between Ireland and Latin American countries. Our range of interest includes the settlement, lives, and achievements of Irish emigrants to Latin America and their descendents, as well as the contemporary presence of Ireland in the life and culture of Latin America and the presence of Latin Americans in Ireland.
The society is located in Dublin, Ireland. The Irish Jewish Family History Database has been compiled by Stuart Rosenblatt P.C. FGSI. and contains information on over 44,000 individuals who lived in Ireland between 1700 and the present day.
The aim of the Ulster-Scots Agency is to promote the study, conservation, development and use of Ulster-Scots as a living language, to encourage and develop the full range of its attendant culture; and to promote an understanding of the history of the Ulster-Scots.