The South Tipperary Genealogy Centre in Cashel, County Tipperary, is responsible for the collection of primary genealogical records and indexing these records onto a computerised database for a specified catchment area.
The South Tipperary Genealogy Centre concentrate on records mainly from the 19th and early 20th centuries including civil births, death and marriages, church baptisms and marriages, land valuations records, Tithe Applotment Books, Griffith’s Valuation of Tenements, 1901 and 1911 census returns and gravestone inscriptions for South Tipperary. Miscellaneous records used include The Civil Survey of Tipperary 1654, Hearth Money Rolls 1665 to 1667, Landowners of Ireland 1871 and more. All of the records are available to search online on the IFHF website and new records are continuously being added.
There is a number of research options available, from a single record search to a full comprehensive search. The South Tipperary Genealogy Centre is available to meet with clients for consultation and advice. If you would like to research the records for South Tipperary, you will find all the information on the Brú Ború Cultural Centre website or please phone to arrange a time.
- The South Tipperary Genealogy Centre is housed in the Brú Ború Cultural Centre, which is situated at the base of the historic Rock of Cashel.
- The South Tipperary Genealogy Centre is part of the Irish Family History Foundation, responsible for the collection of primary genealogical records and indexing these records onto a computerised database.