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Research Links - UK and IRL


England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Genuki (Genealogy of the U.K. and Ireland)


Enter this large collection of genealogical information pages for England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man.

British Ancestors


This unique British Ancestors Family History Research Service has made it easy for thousands of people worldwide to receive help with their British family tree from professional researchers in England and Scotland - at an affordable price!

Royal Family Webpage


Yes, Queen Elizabeth has her own web page. It contains 150 pages of history; general information and trivia for cyber loyalists to scroll through. An offical web site of the monarchy in Britain that icludes the castles; the Royal Collection; accession and Coronation and Succession. It will answer questions and gives links to other sites. It is well done.

Access to Archives


The A2A database contains catalogues for archives held throughout England and dating from the 900s to the present day. A2A does not yet offer a full description of all the archives in England. It is regularly updated so revisit often for newly-included information.


Ancestry Ireland


The Ulster Historical Foundation is a long established, highly reputable research and publishing agency. Services include online databases of over 2 million records, genealogy and history books, and personal ancestral research.

Irish Passenger Lists


Look for passengers' names on this site, with ships' names, voyage dates and destinations. Includes links to other genealogical sites.

Irish Family History Foundation


This is a coordinating body for a network of approved genealogy research centres for all of Ireland. Millions of Church, Civil property records and Census data. Able to do research of specific counties. They will do an initial search for US$25.00, for advanced search, $250.00 and up.

National Archives of Ireland


A description of the records available for history and genealogy, and how to use them.

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