County Louth Ireland
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Seatown 'Castle', Dundalk (from a 1791 engraving by Francis Grose).This was the church tower of a Franciscan Monastery, founded in 1240.



Useful Links

  1. Archdiocese of Armagh - Roman Catholic(Contains useful map of RC Parishes and other links
  2. Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland (APGI)
  3. Belfast Forum
  4. The British Library:
  5. Centre for Irish Genealogical and Historical Research
  6. Central Statistics Office, Ireland
  7. Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
  8. Council of Irish Genealogical Organisations (CIGO)
  9. County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society
  10. Currency Converter
  11. Cyndi's List
  12. Dublin City Directory 1850
  13. The History of Dundalk Football Club (Book printed December 2003)
  14. Dunleer Web Site
  15. Eneclann
  16. Faughart Historical Properties Preservation Society
  17. Fianna Web Site (for County Louth)
  18. http://freebmd.org.uk/
  19. FreeBMD (GRO England/Wales Indexes Search)
  20. From Ireland
  21. Genealogical Society of Ireland
  22. General Register Office (Oifig An Ard-Chláraitheora)
  23. General Register Office Indexes (LDS)
  24. General Register Office Northern Ireland
  25. General Register Office England Wales
  26. General Register Office Scotland
  27. ScotlandsPeople genealogy resource
  28. Internment.net (Old Collon Cemetery, County Louth)
  29. IreAtlas Townland Search Form (Invaluable resource for sourcing the whereabouts of townlands)
  30. Irish Convicts to Australia 1791-1829 (Excellent database - large number of County Louth names)
  31. Irish Family History Foundation
  32. Irish Genealogy Web Site. This database contains church records for Dublin City, Carlow, Cork and Kerry.
  33. Irish Merchant Seamen 1918-1921
  34. Irish Origins
  35. The Latter Day Saints Family Search Web Site
  36. Louth County Archives
  37. Louth County Reference Library
  38. Louth Forum on RootsChat
  39. Les Militaires Reçus à l'Hotel des Invalides (1673-1796)
  40. McArdle & Quigley names in Co. Louth
  41. National Archives of Ireland
  42. National Library of Ireland
  43. Old Drogheda Society
  44. Presbyterian Historical Society
  45. Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
  46. Registry of Deeds
  47. Representative Church Body Library (Church of Ireland Archive)
  48. Rootsweb Message Board - Louth
  49. Royal Irish Academy
  50. Scotlandpeople Web Site (Scottish Vital Records and Census databases, GRO Scotland)
  51. Scots Origins
  52. South Armagh Genealogy Project
  53. Valuation Office