Ancestor Network Limited is a collective of Ireland’s most experienced genealogical experts. Ancestor Network, Ireland’s leading provider of professional genealogy and probate research, was established in May 2009. Ancestor Network is made up of the largest team of professional genealogists across the island of Ireland. Collectively, our genealogists have over 200 years’ research experience in Ireland and abroad.
Ancestor Network conducts Irish probate research for global heir hunter and professional legal firms. It has provided the popular genealogy advisory service at the National Library of Ireland for the past five consecutive years. It was exclusive genealogical researcher for RTÉ’s ‘The Genealogy Roadshow’ and successfully managed projects such as the Kerry Genealogy Road Show, County Monaghan Genealogy Training, and Report on Heritage and Genealogy Initiatives in Carlow. In 2014 it acquired Flyleaf Press (www.flyleaf.ie), the specialist Irish genealogy book publisher. The Company is focused on probate and individual research, education, advisory services, consultancy and e-publishing. Our genealogy and heritage services can be provided flexibly, to almost any scale, and with the broadest possible range of advisory and research skills. Our unique panel of experts can provide an unmatched experience for the customer – whether an individual or an institution.
Some photos taken from the pre-view of Epic Ireland CHQ in Dublin (April 30th). Fabulous experience – only criticism is it lacks an exhibition on native Irish language. Have fed this back to the management. Read More
Several representatives of Ancestor Network (professional Irish genealogists and researchers) and Flyleaf Press participated in the ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Genealogy Trade Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham held from Thursday, 7th April through Saturday, 9th April 2016. These included Dr James Ryan who gave a talk on humorous stories in Irish genealogy, Aiden Feerick and Noel Jenkins who assisted the Society of Genealogists, the Irish Family History Society, the Irish Genealogical Research Society and the Association of Professional Genealogists at their respective stands. John Hamrock attended for two days for business and family history networking. Read More
Hundreds of people turned out for the genealogy conference hosted by the Cork Genealogical Society and the Irish Genealogical Research Society at the Clayton Hotel, Silversprings, Co. Cork on Saturday, 19th March 2016. Read More
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