MGS Murtagh Genealogy Services

Consultancy

I am available to research Irish records some of which are listed below

Civil Records

Civil Registration of births, deaths and Roman Catholic marriages that commenced in 1864 and other denominations that commenced in 1845.

Church Records

Irish Roman Catholic Parish registers are available in some cases from the late 17th century until the 1880’s.

Census Records

At present 1901 and 1911 census are the only returns available with only a limited amount of 19th century fragments for certain counties.

Land/Property Records

The absence of complete census returns results in Land/Property Records such as Griffith’s Valuation (1847-1864) being very important.

Research & Fees

MGS Murtagh Genealogy Services

I can help you find your ancestors

CHARTS

CENSUS

CERTIFICATES

If you are uncertain as to how and where to start your Irish ancestry researched, you can avail of Murtagh Genealogy Services FREE on-line assessment

  • Please complete the attached Form with information you know about your Irish ancestors and having assessed this information I will provide you with an estimated fee for researching and reporting on your ancestors and family tree.

Option 1

  • Initial assessment plus 10 hours of research and written report for €350 (based on €35 an hour)
  • Subject to agreement an additional 5 hours of research will be carried out to uncover further information on named ancestors in the first report for a cost of €175 (based on €35 an hour)

Option 2

  • Subject to agreement an additional 5 hours of research will be carried out to uncover further information on named ancestors in the first report for a cost of €175 (based on €35 an hour)
  • Price does not include purchased certificates, etc. when available
  • Completed reports will be communicated by either email, on memory stick or in printed format

Suggestions

Following initial contact some people have chosen to proceed for the following reasons:

  • they want to know their Irish ancestry and do not have the time to carry out their own research and are not living in Ireland
  • they want to give a surprise gift to a family member to mark a special