Genealogy records are published regularly and some are FREE to access.
Here’s a COMPLETE, FREE, SEARCHABLE DATABASE OF BURIALS IN FINGAL – with PDFs of original Internment Registers
If your ancestors were from North County Dublin – this may be a BRICK WALL TUMBLER
Fingal County Council’s Archives Service has teamed up with the Burial Grounds Section to provide access, for FREE, to ALL the records of burials it holds.
Fingal County Council is responsible for burials in 36 graveyards in North County Dublin. For the majority of these, the Council holds a record of burials dating back to at least the 1930s
It’s a little slow, so be patient: Buried in Fingal
Other Dublin Specific Records
Dublin City Historic Records brings together a number of databases produced by the Libraries & Archive Service. A complete list of records and the dates covered can be found on their ‘About’ page
Dublin City Databases is a direct link to search their records
Not all records are yet indexed, but many have been filmed with the cooperation of the local organisation by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and are available on microfilm for consultation. An extensive list of these can be found on their Family History Research page including, for example, Registers of Deansgrange Cemetery
Dublin City Merchants & Traders 1783 has images and searchable transcripts from the alphabetical listing of Merchants and Traders in Wilson’s Dublin Directory of 1783, as included in Samuel Watson’s Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack of 1783 for Dublin
Changed Dublin Street Names is a partial list of old names and their current name. It is somewhat anecdotal but may be useful nevertheless.
Some links on this website are to subscription sites but Dublin Towns & Parishes links to FREE resources
The above links are to Dublin specific records, for FREE records for all of Ireland including Dublin see… FREE Genealogy Resources for Ireland