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  Belfast Burial Records
  Images of Burial Records over 75 years or older for £1.50 each. Follow direction on the page. At the bottom is a Name Search box. You can View Details prior to purchasing documents.
  British Newspaper Archive
  It's one of the best searchable engines I have seen. A tremendous collection of newspapers which includes the Cork Examiner and Freeman's Journal. You can do Boolean searches (e.g. "Duane" and "Castletownroche" but not "murder" On the site click the search button on top of the page. You can then filter your search on the left of the page by date, newspaper, region, county, and place. You can search for free but there is a small charge for viewing pages. I paid 9.95 pounds (about $16" for one week's access which includes viewing over 120 pages. Once you're in the article you can download as a .pdf file. But the BEST feature is this. On the left of the page click "Edit Article Text" then the blue button below "Show article text" This brings up a box with the article text you can copy and paste into Word or whatever. You don't have to copy the yellowed old newsprint.
  Cemetery Listings - [UK]
  Burials can take place in three of our cemeteries - Roselawn, Dundonald and Belfast City Cemetery
  Centeral Database for UK Burials
  Burial records, cremation records, grave maps, genealogy and ancestry. FREE Search
  Donegal Land Records
  Ireland Genealogy Projects and Archives Donegal in the Ulster Plantation from: "An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the Seventeenth Century, 1608 - 1620" By Rev George Hill
  Dublin Headstones Photos
  Dublin Archives - Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives
  Family Histories
  Like the rest of Northern Ireland, Belfast has a long history of emigration and immigration. For example, during the early 18th century, hundreds of thousands of people moved to North America in search of a better life, while many others left for countries such as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Canada. This can make finding out about your ancestors a long and detailed process. However, the popularity of family history research, both here and around the world, means there are now plenty of places to start!
  Find My Past
  An International leader in online family history research. Expansion of its U.S. records to include World War I Draft cards and out going passenger lists from the UK to United States and more.
  German Names - INDEX
  Karte zum Namen - Also has great maps.
  IGP Genealogy Archives
  Derry Londonderry, Military Records
  Irish Graveyards.i.e
  Free Index of plots/stones in cemeteries. The site is imcomplete at this time. Be sure to try surnames there may be a list.
  Kerry Military Records & Constabulary Records
  Kildare Genealogy Archives
  Kildare Military Records - KILDARE Genealogy Archives - Military & Constabulary - 1854 Royal Irish Constabulary Men
  Killenny Genealogical Archives
  Louth Genealogy Archives
  LOUTH Genealogy Archives - Military & Constabulary 1854 Royal Irish Constabulary Men
  Mayo Genealogy Archives
  Military & Constabulary - 1854 Royal Irish Constabulary Men
  Mount Jerome Dublin
  Entrance to Mount Jerome Cemetery - Beautiful!
  National Archives
  On 8 November last, Jimmy Deenihan TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, launched the NAI’s new genealogy website. From this site, you can access the Census records for 1901 and 1911, the Tithe Applotment Books for 1823 to 1837 and the Soldiers’ Wills for 1914 to 1917. The site will have a large number of other genealogical records added to it over the coming years, including: 1) Calendars of Wills and Administrations (1858– 1922); 2) Nineteenth-century census survivals (1821-1851); 3) Valuation Office House and Field Books (1848–1860); 4) Census Search Forms for the 1841 and 1851 Censuses. All of these records will be free to access, through searchable databases and linked images of relevant pages. Eventually, we hope that the site will contain all of the important and easily accessible genealogical material in the custody of the National Archives.
  Family Tree Historical Maps eBook: Europe. Webinars and Research. From Ireland to Italy, Portugal to Poland, Germany to Greece, and everywhere in between, explore your ancestors’ European homelands through gorgeous reproductions of 18th-century maps, 19th-century maps and early 20th-century map.
  Officail SwedenGenWeb - Genealogical Research also into neighboring Norway, Finland, Iceland and more!
  Wicklow Genealogy Archives - Church Rec
  WICKLOW Genealogy Archives - Headstones - Addional Dunganstown (CoI) Headstones - Baptisms, Marriages, Burials http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/wicklow/photos/tombstones/markers.htm