Access Free Irish Records for Irish-American Heritage Month


Do you have Irish heritage? March is Irish-American Heritage Month, and it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate your Irish roots.

In honor of the occasion, we are offering free access to all Irish records on MyHeritage during March 5–22, 2020. That’s 110 collections with 13,994,724 records that are free to search!

Search Irish records for free

Irish culture is widely celebrated. According to reports, the nearly 10 million Irish who emigrated since 1800 progenerated about 70 million people worldwide who now claim Irish heritage. In the United States alone, over 33 million people identify as being of Irish descent — almost 7 times the current population of Ireland!

People with Irish origins have played an integral role in shaping the United States. 9 of the 56 signatories of the U.S. Declaration of Independence had Irish roots, so do many of today’s most famous and influential celebrities, from George Clooney to Taylor Swift.

Search the free collections today to discover new insights about your Irish ancestors that you can add to your family tree.


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  • Barbara Parker nee Cardiff

    March 6, 2020

    I want to explore every opportunity that I have but a brick wall is stopping me. The name I research is Cardiff or a version of it. In 1793 there were still Cardiffs being baptised but family history says that after an argument half of the Family changed their name. From or to was never established. I have ancestors born in that year with the name but I cannot find previous family. Newbridge, Naas and other options I have but elsewhere may be an option.

  • Robert Mountcastle

    March 6, 2020

    Doing family ancestry work. Would like to search

  • Robert Mountcastle

    March 6, 2020

    Doing family ancestry work. Looking for Irish connections. Thank you.

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    March 18, 2020


  • Shirley McKinney

    March 31, 2020

    I love looking for family