Dating from the 17th to the 20th centuries, the historic Irish records contain census substitutes, church records, and headstone records.
Here’s a breakdown of the Co Armagh records recently added on Roots Ireland:
1615 to 1746 – Archbishops of Armagh Rentals
1696 – Lurgan Quaker Subscribers
1714 – Manor Court Rolls
1752 – Rent Rolls
1817 to 1827 -Middletown Church of Ireland Poor Lists
1824 – Eglish Church of Ireland Church Subscribers
1839 – Armagh City Government Valuations
1845 – Armagh City Rates & Assessments
1849 to 1924 – Vinecash Presbyterian Church Notes
1855 to 1870 – Land Court Records
1821 to 1865 – Seagoe Church of Ireland – Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths
1824 to 1860 – St. Aidans Kilmore Church of Ireland – Deaths
1804 to 1827 – Mountnorris Presbyterian – Baptisms & Marriages
1845 to 1882 – Killylea Church of Ireland – Burials
Derrynoose – St. John’s COI Madden – Church of Ireland
Derrynoose – St. John’s COI Madden – Roman Catholic
Derrynoose – St Mochuas RC – Roman Catholic
Keady – Ballymacnab Old RC – Roman Catholic
Killevy – Killevy Old RCRoman Catholic
Killevy – Lissummon RC – Roman Catholic
Killevy – St Peter’s & St Paul’s RC Bessbrook – Roman Catholic
Kilmore – St Aidan’s Kilmore – Interdenominational
Lisnadill – Redbarns Presbyterian – Presbyterian
Lisnadill – St Johns Lisnadill – Church of Ireland
Mullaghbrack – St James RC Mullabrack – Roman Catholic
Mullaghbrack – St John’s COI Markethill – Church of Ireland
Irish Family History Foundation
Roots Ireland is brought to the public by the Irish Family History Foundation. The Irish Family History Foundation has been the coordinating body for a network of county genealogy centers and family history societies on the island of Ireland for over thirty years.
The genealogy centers’ databases include parish church records of baptisms, marriages, and deaths, many civil records, 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 are added as the computerization of sources continues in the local genealogy centers.
For more, visit RootsIreland.ie.