Irish and Scots-Irish Ancestry Research
Welcome to Roots Revealed
Welcome to Roots Revealed – a Professional Irish Genealogy and Family History research service. We specialise in Irish and Scots-Irish ancestry research within Northern Ireland and Ireland.
We offer a range of Genealogy Research Services to help you to track down those elusive Irish ancestors. This includes a no-obligation initial assessment and quote for genealogy research.
Our bespoke Ancestral Adventure Genealogy Tours are provided through our genealogy tours service. Your unique tour will enable you to walk in the footsteps of your ancestors and it will be, quite simply, the experience of a lifetime.
Regular Irish Genealogy Courses provide you with the knowledge, techniques and confidence to carry out your own research within Irish records and archives with greater success.
A range of Genealogy Talks that examines Irish research topics in more detail are offered too – these can be provided online or in-person.
The Roots Blog will keep you up-to-date with news, advice and How To …Guides.
Please feel free to explore and if you would like any further information or if you have any queries, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Want to know more about Roots Revealed?
Our About page has information about Natalie, the founder of Roots Revealed that includes her professional qualifications and memberships.
You’ll also find information here about fees and payment.
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Many of Roots Revealed’s customers have given us reviews. You can read them on our Testimonials page.
Latest Blog Posts
At RootsTech 2024, Natalie will deliver ‘Who were the Scots-Irish?’ This will be an in-person talk and the schedule for all talks has been published – you can register and view it here: https://rootstech-slc.familysearch.org/hub/events/937e1fd3-643a-4e3f-9550-e698c82776ea There are many talks that are available online for those unable to make it to Salt Lake City and best of
For RootsTech 2024, Natalie will be delivering a talk entitled ‘Unearthing the Treasures in the Irish Registry of Deeds. This talk will be delivered online and best of all, registration and attendance for the online event is free. The video gives a brief overview of the content of the talk. There is a link in
About PRONI The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is located in the Titanic Quarter of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland in a purpose-built archive. It is overlooked by Samson and Goliath, the two iconic, yellow-painted gantry cranes of the Harland and Wolff shipyard where the doomed Titanic was built. Following the partition of