dublinheritage.ie is a resource from Dublin City Public Libraries focusing primarily on databases derived from printed and other historic records related to Dublin city and surrounding administrative areas.
Dublin City Electoral Rolls 1908 (from February 2013)
Dublin City Electoral Rolls 1908 is a Dublin City Council project. It is the first part of a wider project to digitise all of the Dublin City Council Electoral Rolls 1898-1916 for inclusion in a forthcoming database connected to literary Dublin and to Centenary Commemorations for 1913-1916. The database is fully searchable and is useful for family history, local history and social history.
Right: Prior to digitisation, the Electoral Rolls needed to be rebound. This image shows the Rolls before and after the rebinding process. (Click to view larger image)
This Month's Highlighted Resource!
Ballymun Concrete News was a unique publication focused on Ballymun and its community, and provided a colourful record of 'good news stories' from 1998 to 2006. This digital archive consist of 87 editions in total.
Dublin City Archaeological Archive
The Dublin City Archaeological Archive has been established to preserve records from excavations conducted in Dublin City by archaeologists working in the private sector. The Archive is based at Dublin City Library and Archive in Pearse Street..Access more information about the Dublin City Archaeological Archive
Parish Records. The Database of Baptisms for Dublin Parishes, the Database of Marriages for Dublin Parishes, and the Database of Burials for Dublin Parishes, compiled by the Dublin Heritage Group for Dublin City Public Libraries, have been incorporated into the Irish Genealogy website and form a significant portion of the total records available on this website. Read more...
Search the Irish Genealogy website and the various other databases, courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries, via the links and search box on the left.
Dublin City Public Libraries - About
Dublin City Public Libraries and Archive, the largest library authority in the Republic of Ireland, serves over half a million people through a network of 41 branch libraries and service points. Specialist services include the Local Studies and Archive, Business Library, Music Library, and an Open Learning Centre.