Counties Not Online
Some counties in Ireland do not have an IFHF county genealogy centre, are not participating in the online service or do not offer a genealogy service at the present time. The IFHF is working towards the goal of all Irish county genealogy centres participating in the online service and also offering a full genealogy research service.
Some counties which are not online at present will be joining the Online Research Service in the coming months. All counties continue to work on the computerization of further records.
A large part of Co. Cork, south and west is not covered by any IFHF centre. Cork City records are being computerised by the Cork Ancestral Project which does not currently undertake research or make its records available online. For further information please contact: email@example.com.
Skibbereen Heritage Centre
This centre in West Cork has Roman Catholic Church parish records of baptisms and marriages for:
- Rath and The Islands
It has also computerised the 1901 census, Griffith’s Valuation and the Tithe Applotment books for the area as well as some miscellaneous records, e.g. Loan funds. Please contact the centre at:
Diocese of Cork and Ross
There are some records for parishes in this diocese at www.irishgenealogy.ie
The Diocese of Cork and Ross has a website with further information on its records at
There are two IFHF centres in Co. Dublin, Dublin North and Dublin South. Please check the Online Sources List for these centres to see which parish registers they have completed. There is no IFHF centre covering the area of Dublin City. You can find many Dublin City parish registers at www.irishgenealogy.ie
Please contact the Archdiocese of Dublin to see if it can be of any assistance to you – www.dublindiocese.ie.
There is no IFHF genealogy centre in Co. Kerry. The Diocese of Kerry includes County Kerry, except Kilmurrily and part of County Cork.
There are Co. Kerry parish registers at www.irishgenealogy.ie
The local studies department of Kerry County Library holds the Tithe Applotment Books, Griffith’s Valuation Books, 1901 and 1911 Census, 1926/27 registers of electors, the O’Kiefe, Coshe Mang volumes, all Kerry newspapers dating back to 1820s on microfilm as well as an extensive collection of books, journals, periodicals, files which are all useful for family history research. Contact:
Local Studies Department,
Kerry County Library,
Moyderwell, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Phone: 066- 7121200;
This website contains records covering Co. Tipperary as follows:
There are also some Co. Tipperary parish register records in the Waterford database http://waterford.rootsireland.ie
You can check what is online under Online Sources on our site.
The Tipperary Family History Research centre in Tipperary town does not have any records online. It cover the 46 Catholic Parishes of the Cashel and Emly Archdiocese. You can contact the centre via its website at www.tfhr.org for more information.