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Iveagh Ancestry

34 Lough Road, Corbally, Banbridge, County Down, BT32 5PW
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Have you ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Perhaps you heard an old family story about ancestors who came from Ireland long ago. If any of this rings a bell, you are not alone. For centuries, people have left Ireland to settle in other lands. Today, millions of people can claim to be of Irish descent. If you are curious about your Irish ancestors, Iveagh Ancestry can help you.

Genealogy can be an immensely rewarding quest. Equally, it can be a perplexing and frustrating task. One of the first questions we're asked is, 'Where do I start?'. For everyone, the answer to this question is different. Every one of us has a unique family story and at Iveagh Ancestry, we respond to your specific needs. Our service offers high quality genealogical research combined with an excellent knowledge of Irish local history to enable you to have a fulfilling and rewarding journey of ancestral discovery.

As a client of Iveagh Ancestry, you can expect an initial free assessment of your needs. This enables us to plan your research so that you know exactly how our service works and what you can expect to find out. Research then is done using a range of archives. Once we have completed your project, all the information found is put together into a detailed research report, tailor-made for your requirements.

What our clients say:

'I want to thank you for researching our family history. Michael did a fantastic job and I'm thrilled to say he unearthed our original ancestor!'

Mr M, Australia

So, if you want to find out more, contact us now: www.iveaghancestry.com/#/contact/4548966311

We would be delighted to help you find your ancestors.

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