Hire Irish Genealogists

Hire Irish Genealogists

Hire Ireland’s Leading Professional Genealogists To Research Your Family History

The Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland (APGI)Timeline’s professional Irish genealogists are based in Dublin, Ireland. We have access to all major and minor Irish repositories. If necessary we will also travel to any county archive or library that hold sources that could progress our search. With 15 years experience researching Irish Genealogy, we are experts at solving family mysteries, digging up long lost ancestors and building extensive Irish family trees.

We are members of APGI (Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland) and we are the Irish genealogy researchers for the hit TV show “Who Do You Think You Are?” for NBC, TLC and BBC. We are also the associate researchers for the Irish Ancestry Research Centre (IARC).

 

Hire Irish Genealogists Today. Just Fill In The Form Below For A Free No Obligation Quote

Hire Irish GenealogistsWe have helped thousands of families around the world discover their Irish Genealogy

Our research is conducted to the highest professional standards, we will leave no stone unturned in our search for your genealogy in Ireland. Our results are sent to you in a detailed report presented in a clear a coherent manner, with descriptions of the sources consulted, additional historical context and copies of all original documents (where it is possible for us to make copies).

We charge an hourly rate of €80.
The amount of hours required for research will be determined when we have reviewed your research request.

 

Irish Genealogy Assessment Form

If you would like to hire an Irish genealogist,  please fill in our genealogy assessment form below with as much information as you can.

If your inquiry is not covered by our Assessment Form please Contact Us.

If your inquiry is not covered by our Assessment Form please Contact Us.

We will assess your request and the information you have submitted. We will respond with our recommendations and research options, along with a free quote for the cost of commissioning work with us.

Tracing Irish Genealogy Online

A free up to date beginners guide to finding your Irish Genealogy Online

Irish Genealogy Guide

Step 1. Start Your Family Tree
Step 2. Irish Emigrants
Step 3. Births Deaths and Marriages for Ireland

Step 4. 1901 and 1911 Census of Ireland
Step 5. Parish Registers
Step 6. Land Records
Step 7. Irish Newspapers

Step 8. Testamentary Records
Step 9. Burial Records
Step 10. Crime Records
Step 11. Military Records

 

 

 

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Irish Genealogy Blog

Visit Timeline’s Irish Genealogy Blog to find articles and stories that will help you to progress your Irish family history research

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Other Handy Irish Genealogists Links

Roots Ireland – Useful Index of Irish Church Records
Irish Genealogy – Official Irish Government website for Irish Ancestry and genealogy
National Library of Ireland – Repository of Irish Books & Manuscripts
National Archives – Where you will find the 1901&1911 Census of Ireland Online
Ancestry – Has some online sources for Irish genealogy

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