Welcome to Roots Revealed
Irish and Scots-Irish Ancestry Research
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 including a no-obligation initial assessment and quote.
Bespoke Ancestral Adventure Genealogy Tours are the experience of a lifetime that will enable you to walk in the footsteps of your ancestors; these are offered through our tour guide service.
Regular genealogy courses and talks provide you with the knowledge and techniques to carry out your own Irish ancestor research with greater success.
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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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
The forthcoming 10-week genealogy course is sold out. Numbers are limited to 20 places as this allows for plenty of time for discussion and for answering questions. The course which focuses on Irish records, will be delivered live via Zoom and recordings will be made available to attendees along with comprehensive course materials. If you
New course dates The dates for the next Exploring Your Roots Genealogy Course have been finalised – the course will run for ten weeks from October to December 2023. Delivered via Zoom for two hours each evening, this course will focus on records from both Northern Ireland and Ireland to help you discover more about