Useful websites

Helping you to trace your family roots in Fermanagh and the surrounding counties.

Contact professional genealogist Frank McHugh (cwyp@btinternet.com) to help you with your research.  Location is the key to Irish research.  There are resources available.  It gets more difficult prior to civil registration in 1864.

Start with the census.  The 1901 Census is the earliest complete census that is available.  You can also search the 1911 Census.  Both can found at www.census.nationalarchives.ie  They are also available on Ancestry.

Griffiths Valuation is a useful census substitute.  It was taken in Fermanagh in 1859.    It can be found at www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation.   It only includes Heads of Households.  You can follow each individual property in Northern Ireland from 1864 to the late 1920s in the Revised Valuation Books at PRONI. There are also some excellent maps.

Useful websites for research in Fermanagh and the surrounding counties are:

https://geni.nidirect.gov.uk

www.rootsireland.ie

www.proni.gov.uk

www.atavus.org

www.townlands.ie

 

www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives

www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nirfer/

Helping you to trace your family roots in Fermanagh and the surrounding counties. Contact professional genealogist Frank McHugh (cwyp@btinternet.com) to help you with your research.  Location is the key to Irish research.  There are resources available.  It gets more difficult prior to civil registration in 1864. Start with the census.  The 1901 Census is the
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