Our partners

Findmypast.ie is working with a range of family history organizations and genealogy experts to bring you the best records and resources. We're proud of our unique and ongoing relationships with these partners.


The FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service is sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and helps people to find and share family history information. Findmypast is working in partnership with FamilySearch to bring new records of Irish interest to our members

The National Archives of Ireland

The National Archives is the Irish government's official archive. Findmypast has worked in partnership with the NAI to bring many important Irish records online for the first time such as the Landed Estates Court Rentals 1850-1885 and the Petty Sessions Order books.

The National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland holds a wealth of resources which for many years have formed one of the cornerstones of people’s family history research. Currently on findmypast.ie from the National Library’s archives you can find Griffith’s Valuation, one of the most popular resources for Irish family historians.


Eneclann is Ireland’s premier genealogical and historical research agency. Established in 1998 the company specialises in archives and record management as well as undertaking genealogical research on behalf of individuals.

We also work with many other smaller organizations and independent data providers around the world to obtain unique and fascinating records sets to enhance your research experience. These are crucial in helping us to provide the best online genealogy resources.

Find out how to work with us