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Roots Ireland Genealogy Website Special Offer July 2022

The Roots Ireland genealogy website (www.rootsireland.ie) is currently offering a special offer – 20% off annual subscriptions – until July 14.

Roots Ireland holds the most comprehensive and accurate set of Roman Catholic church registers online, as well as many Protestant registers, civil registers, census registers, gravestone inscriptions and census surrogates. The index is easily searchable and has features such as standardized search for first and last names that make your searches even more user-friendly.

Their website, www.rootsireland.ie, contains over 23 million records and our database is continually being added to. In 2022 so far over 57,000 records have been added to the Roots Ireland database from Monaghan, Tipperary, Westmeath, Galway and Kerry. More records are coming soon, including more records from Monaghan and Kerry.

Together, the 34 genealogy centers possess an unparalleled amount of local knowledge that can be invaluable to those researching their ancestors, a service that no other website or company can provide at such a high level. By subscribing to Roots Ireland you are helping these centers continue to provide a world class service and secure many Irish jobs.

The Irish Family History Foundation has been the umbrella body for a network of County Genealogy Centers and Family History Societies on the island of Ireland for over thirty years. Genealogy center databases include church records of baptisms, marriages, and deaths, numerous vital records, census records, and tombstone inscriptions. Millions of these records are searchable online, providing a unique resource for family historians not available on any other website. New records are added as the computerization of sources continues in local genealogy centers.

To find out more about this special and Roots Ireland offers, go to www.rootsireland.ie.

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