The Mayo North Family Heritage Centre, situated on the Enniscoe Country Estate, is dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of the region. The centre is one of North Mayo’s main attractions incorporating:
- A family history research centre, affiliated to the Irish Family History Foundation (IFHF), offering a genealogical service to people tracing their ancestry in North Mayo.
- A museum displaying an impressive array of local farm and household artefacts.
- A forge and craft training centre dedicated to developing skills in ancient and traditional crafts.
- A tearoom serving beverages, light lunches and snacks.
- A shop selling antique and contemporary collectables.
The centre is open
from April to October.
Monday to Friday, 11.00 a.m. to 17.00 p.m.
Weekends 13.30 a.m. to 17.30 p.m.
Admission to Museum: Adults €6.00, Children €2.00
The main records we hold include:
Roman Catholic records, the earliest of which date from 1794
Church of Ireland (Anglician/Episcopalian) records commencing in 1744
Presbyterian records commencing in 1819
Methodist Church records which date from 1829
In addition to the above we also have:
Civil records of Births, Marriages and Deaths
Tithe Applotment books
Griffiths Valuation of Tenements
RIC Police indexes
Lists of Emigrants and Migrants
Old Age Pension Census search forms
Miscellaneous other genealogical sources
For further information and bookings contact:
Tel: +353 96 31809, Fax: +353 96 31885, Email: email@example.com