Once you've found an individual of interest in the index, click on the transcription image (looks like a document) to view additional info, as well as a link to the digital image on the National Library of Ireland website.
If you want to only search the free Catholic parish registers, browse directly to each individual database: Ireland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms, Ireland Roman Catholic Parish Burials and Ireland Roman Catholic Parish Marriages.
If you know the name of the town or village where your Irish ancestors lived, but do not know the name of the parish, you can use the free tools at to locate the name of the correct Catholic parish.
If you only know the county where your ancestor was from, then Griffith's valuation may be able to help you narrow the surname to certain parishes.
Click anywhere on the map to show the Catholic parishes in a particular area.
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The National Library of Ireland holds some information for 1,142 Catholic parishes across Ireland and Northern Ireland, and has microfilmed and digitized church records for 1,086 of these parishes.
Registers in some city parishes in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Waterford begin as early as the 1740s, while in other counties such as Kildare, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford, they date from the 1780/90s.
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There are usually several of these within a particular county.