The following comes from an Ulster Historical Foundation announcement:
Eileen Hewson, the founder of Kabristan Archives and well-known for her Irish graveyard transcriptions, told Irish Genealogy News that Kabristan Archives is going fully digital and that in order to help clear stock the following publications are available for free! (You just pay P&P).
Donegal Graveyards […]
The March-April issue of Irish Lives Remembered has been out for about a week, but I hadn’t found time to read it until this morning.
The Irish Family History Foundation claims to hold the most complete database of Irish Catholic parish records in the world. Their databases (at www.rootsireland.ie) were compiled from the original parish registers.
Earlier this month an Irish Surnames Index was made available for searching on www.dúchas.ie. The compilation of nearly 3000 surnames emerged from almost 80 years of collecting work by the Irish Folklore Commission, which began officially collecting folklore from around the country in 1935.
Beginning in 1989, the Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI) has worked with the Genealogical Office of Ireland in Dublin to research and index Irish estate records located in the National Library of Ireland (NLI) and the National Archives of Ireland (NAI).