Cork is the largest Irish county, with a population mainly of Gaelic and Norman origin. It has a widely diverse social mix ranging from the urban population of Cork city to the most remote agricultural communities. Common names in the county include Barry, Callahan, O’Callaghan, Buckley, Boyle, Casey, Collins,Crowley, Daly, Fitzgerald, Hogan, Keane, Kelliher, O’Connell, O’Keefe, O’Leary, O’Mahony, O’Driscoll, O’Riordan and Sheehan. The records for the county are equally diverse, which makes it important to use them to their best advantage. This new and expanded edition sets out the records available, where they can be accessed, and how they can be used to best effect.
Please note: Some of the 3rd party website pages have expired or moved since the publication of this book. We are endeavoring to contact each and update the links.
Reviews of the book
Reviews of the series
If you have ancestors in any of these counties, buy the book. Genealogists Magazine, 2019
… The value of this series is that it can add much greater detail to what is on offer on the more local level …. particularly attractive is the inclusion of numerous examples of the types of documents that await the researcher. … I have no hesitation in suggesting to readers that they consider buying the book(s) …. sensibly priced and offer many a lead. … Nova Scotia Genealogist XXXII/1