Ancestry and genealogy resources to help you find all the information you need to discovering your family tree. Below are two Irish sources of information to get you started, one of which offers a good list of resources here in Ireland. There is also a comprehensive schedule of genealogical contacts should you consider commissioning a third party to do your research for you.
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For those of you living in the US and embarking on a serious search of your ancestors who left Europe for the USA, we have included an extensive list of resources available to you State by State. They will provide you with the best and most valuable family history content available anywhere and are the largest online resource for family history information.
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All 2.3 million pages of the 1920 U.S. Federal Census are indexed and viewable at Ancestry.com. Search for your ancestors on our exclusive heads-of-household index of the census. Click to view a digital image of an original census page recorded 72 years ago at your ancestor's house.
The 1920 census population schedules reveal an enormous amount of family history information. Find your family in the 1920 census and you will find your ancestor's age, birthplace, and family relationships. Learn who was living in the home in 1920. Learn the occupations of family members. Discover where the family came from by reading their years of immigration and naturalization, naturalization status, and native language. This census also lists the birthplace and native language of each individual's father and mother, providing you with valuable information to trace your ancestry back another generation.
Did the family own or rent their home? What was the street address of their home? Could each family member read or write? These questions, and more, are answered on the 1920 U.S. Federal Census, available at Ancestry.com.
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Getting Started gets you acquainted with how to discover and preserve your family history. Learn the basics of family history research, how to make sense of, and organise, the data you collect, and about the impact the computer has had on research and how you can take advantage of it.
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