If you are looking for your Irish or Ulster-Irish ancestors, there has
never been a better time to do it.
Today, Internet access, and increased
database capacity has enabled genealogists and genealogy aficionados
to 'jump start' their Irish genealogy search, and in addition, has also
helped them fill family
names gaps and branch out and connect their family trees with others.
The Capacity of genealogical databases is astounding. They are designed
to expand indefinitely and databases such as the OneGreatFamily
database, are also protected
by continual back-ups and technical support.
The OneGreatFamily Genealogical Database
The principle behind the OneGreatFamily database is to allow those who
are interested in genealogy to meet
and collaborate with others. OneGreatFamily members have contributed
and shared every name on the OneGreatFamily database. The OneGreatFamily
databases now contains hundreds of millions of names that originate from
more than 80 countries worldwide. The OneGreatFamily database will
allow you to find your Irish genealogy on one common family
tree with thousands of other genealogists.
A Search for Your Irish Genealogy-Online
OneGreatFamily allows you to search
millions of family names, and provides additional multimedia information
such as biographies, photographs, and videos. With OneGreatFamily, you
your entire pedigree at once regardless of how large it grows, and
it is easy to edit
information from pretty much anywhere, OneGreatFamily literally
connects you to the original
online family tree!
More on Irish Genealogy
If you are interested in extending your family tree and collaborating
with others in order to search for your Irish Genealogy, you may want
to try the OneGreatFamily 7-day
Just because you don't have the money or the time to do research in
Ireland doesn't mean you can't make progress with your Irish genealogy.
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