County & City of Dublin
Co. Dublin Civil Parishes Map
City of Dublin Civil Parishes Map
Co. Dublin Roman Catholic Parishes Map
Co. Dublin GENUKI
Co. Dublin IGP
Swords Heritage Centre (Co. Dublin North) (RootsIreland)
Dun Laoghaire Heritage Society (Co. Dublin South) (RootsIreland)
Dublin Church Records - Search Page (DCHG)
Dublin Church of Ireland Records - Source List (DCHG)
Dublin Roman Catholic Records - Source List (DCHG)
National Archives of Ireland (Co. Dublin Archives?)
Dublin City Public Libraries and Archive
Special Ingredients - Record Finding Aids
Co. & City of Dublin Church of Ireland Parish Records Finder
Co. & City of Dublin Registry of Deeds Townland Indexes Timelines
The City of Dublin has had many boundaries, church and civil, over its 1000 year plus history that have separated it administratively from the county of the same name. This means that some online resources may include the city whilst others will exclude it e.g. there is no IFHF centre that covers the city but there are 2 county centres (see RootsIreland links to the left.)
The Irish Ancestors RC parishes map does not show the parish boundaries within the city but if you click on "Dublin City" on the map, you will be taken to a comprehensive list of available records
The most important online resource for baptisms, marriages and burials is the free Irish Genealogy site, but do check the source lists carefully. Oddly there appear to be 7 Church of Ireland parishes named for saints with long histories but no place on the city parish map - can anyone enlighten me? Perhaps this book might solve the mystery - "An Historical Guide to Ancient and Modern Dublin: Illustrated by Engravings etc." (George Newnham Wright, 1821)
The Dublin Heritage site has a few online resources from the City Archives.
I think that the archives for the county of Dublin as a whole are actually held at the National Archives in Dublin but I need to confirm this, unless anyone can help me out?
I came across a good volunteer site for Stillorgan, Co. Dublin that has some nice parish register transcripts as well as memorial inscriptions. There is also some information about the "big houses" in the area and their families.
The Royal Irish Academy's Historic Towns Atlas has 3 editions for the capital city, split by time period;
There is quite a nicely mapped and photographed resource for searching the Deansgrange and Shanganagh burial grounds.
(c) Irish Geneaography - 2020