- James Stuart’s Historical memoirs of Armagh
- City of Armagh A record of the City of Armagh from the earliest period to the present time By Edward Rogers.
- James B Leslie. Armagh clergy and parishes : being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Armagh, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes and churches
- Griffith’s Valuation
- 1901 and 1911 census search
- The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for Northern Ireland. It aims to identify and preserve records of historical, social and cultural importance and make them available for the information, education and enjoyment of the public.
- Bagenals Castle PublicationsThe publications of Newry Museum can be found on this website in PDF format.
- The Northern Ireland Place-Name Project The Northern Ireland Place-Name Project, established in 1987, researches the origin and meaning of the place-names of Northern Ireland. It is the only centre for the study of Gaelic place-names in the United Kingdom.
- The Belfast Newsletter Index Database Search Page The Belfast Newsletter began publication in 1737 has good claim to being the oldest continually-published English-language newspaper. Every significant word and date in the 20,000 surviving pages of the newspaper was indexed, but not all of the newspapers are still available. The final database of information for the years 1737-1800 contains nearly 300,000 items of news and advertisements.
- The Silver Bowl This site is a repository for much of the material that Sharon Oddie Brown has assembled as part of her ongoing research into the story of The Silver Bowl Its focus is primarily on the families of Northern Ireland, but not exclusively. It follows these people to Hong Kong, Canada, USA, Australia, South Africa and many other places. I simply follow the story wherever it goes.
- DRM Weatherup photographs Armagh County Museum maintains a photographic record of the changing face of the County. Roger Weatherup’s appointment as deputy to curator T.G.F. Paterson in 1957 accelerated this process which happened at a time when some important changes were taking place in the area.The museum has digitised over 600 of his photographs taken in the late 1950s and early 60s.
- Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) based on mapping provided by OS®NI. On this website you can view the locations of built heritage sites from the Northern
- Northern Ireland Sites and Monuments record
- Ordnance Survey Ireland
- Northern Ireland historic six inch maps
Libraries & Museums
- The Cardinal Tomas O“Fiaich Library & Archive. The CÓFLA is a free independent library and archive situated in Armagh, the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland. It houses a number of specialist collections of national and international importance.
- Irish & Local Studies Library, Armagh
- Armagh County Museum
- Newry Museum
Local and Family History Societies
- The O’Neill Country Historical Society The O’Neill Country Historical Society is one of the foremost historical societies in Ireland. Its main aim is to research, record and publish the history of that area along the valley of the River Blackwater which straddles the border between counties Armagh and Tyrone.
- Craigavon Historical Society Craigavon Historical Society is committed preserving community history through the promotion and study of local history in the Craigavon area.
- Poyntzpass and District Historical Society On this site you will find information about our society and some historical information about Poyntzpass and the surrounding District.
- The Federation of Ulster Local Studies The Federation of Ulster Local Studies was set up to promote and assist with the study and recording of the history, antiquities and folk-life of Ulster, to develop communication and co-operation between local historical groups and between these groups and relevant statutory and voluntary organisations.
- North Armagh Family History Society. The Society was formed in January 2004 as the Portadown Family History Society and changed its name in June 2010 to better reflect the interests and composition of our members. North Armagh Family History Society is one of thirteen branches of the North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS).
- North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS). The Society had its beginnings in a family history group formed in Bangor in 1979. Over the years as the interest in genealogy has grown the group has been joined by other Branches in the North of Ireland to form the Society and now has hundreds of members worldwide. The objective of the Society is to foster an interest in family history with special reference to families who have roots in the North of Ireland and their descendants, wherever they may be.
- Lurgan Ancestry Project The Lurgan Ancestry Project is dedicated to all those sons and daughters of Lurgan and surrounding areas down through the ages. It is hoped that the information found in our pages will help you discover your Lurgan roots.
- Ulster Historical Foundation The Ulster Historical Foundation is a long-established, highly reputable research and publishing agency. It offers extensive knowledge on the sources available for tracing Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors.