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On this page we’d like to introduce you very briefly to the Society. We hope this overview will encourage you to delve further into the website to find out more about who we are, what we do and how the Society works.


The Irish Genealogical Research Society is a learned Society established in 1936. The primary concern back then was to gather together copies of materials compiled before the 1922 Great Fire at the Public Record Office in Dublin.

The core of our unique reference Library was formed at this time, and the collection has been greatly expanded since. The Library is currently located in London and is widely recognised as the world’s largest and most important collection of Irish genealogical material held in private hands. You can find out more about these printed and manuscript materials, and how to access them, on the Library pages. Or find out more about our History.

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