Irish Links

This is a graphic of a dove, symbolizing peace for Northern Ireland. This white ribbon is a symbol of the desire for, the acting for, and prayer for peace in Northern Ireland.

This is another symbol of the desire for, acting for, and prayer for peace and justice and brotherly love in Northern Ireland.

Cèad Mìle Faìlte
This page was last updated October 23, 2001
A Hundred Thousand Welcomes to Visitor Number  to our Irish Links Page since August 18, 2001

Clan Egan Information

Here's a terrific home page to visit from one of Ireland's own.

Link to the best list of genealogy helpful links (including Irish genealogy) I've seen so far: Cyndi'sList of Genealogical Resources

For Irish-specific Genealogical Links, go to The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA)

Irish to America

Irish Language Links

A Virtual Irish Tour:

Irish History Links

The Kerry Insight A to Z of Irish Sites


Irish Clans Then and Now

The Doyle Page - lots of information about Clan Doyle

Ireland's National Archives: -- A list of some online data sources available to date from the Irish Archives:

Gaelic Storytellers

Sonnets from Ireland

Irish Blessings

Irish Quotes Page

Genalogy Links:

Local Ireland Genealogy

Irish Family Records

Placenames of Ireland

Local Names Messageboard

Uasal--A Server for Irish Nobility, Heraldry and Genealogy

UK + Ireland Genealogy help

IRLGEN: University students' project to help in tracing Irish roots online

Irish Family History Foundation

Irish Ancestors Online-- Professional genealogist Helen Kelly

The North of Ireland Family History Society

County Tipperary Historical Society and links they've assembled, including one for Genealogy at Penn State

County Cork

Some Irish family homepages

Information about the Gaelic & Irish languages Just hit OK when you get a message about a code problem. That will take you to the Ethnologue page.

Ulster Historical Foundation and links

Mahoney surname research and Irish Genealogical links

Our McGeady Family Home Page

Our Egan Family Home Page


Unofficial List of the Clans of Ireland

Genealogical Guide to Ireland

Paddy's Genealogy Page includes some computer (GED2HTML) and research resources

This excerpt from the Book of Munster seems to me to refer a little to the Eagan/Egan family.

This site lists the Counties and their Administrative Divisions, Church Records, Gravestone Inscriptions sources, etc.


General Genealogy Sources

Connemarra (CountyGalway)

Mayo on the Move-information on Mayo, Ireland

More County Mayo Links:

Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann (Irish Trad)
Information on Connemara, Ireland
For your Irish roots
For traditional harp
Contribute to Mayo Alive

Counties Leitrim and Roscommon--surnames

Homemade County Donegal Page

Interesting sites:

The Celtic Theatre Company-- at Seton Hall University. Includes White Ribbon for Peace in Northern Ireland, links to learning Irish online, a virtual pub, etc.

The Irish Times

Irish Server Maps

Irish Music Festival in the Catskills

Travel and Shopping:

Irish Shop, with books, collectibles, and jewelry

 Border Art, with Map of the Clans and Families of Ireland


Interactive Travel Guide to the best of Ireland

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