The document is made up of extracts from various Genealogical publications and was first published as is, in Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies quarterly magazine 'The Genealogist' March 2010, Volume XIII No 1.
http://www.irishfaminememorial.org Cead mile failte - "A hundred thousand welcomes" to the Australian Monument to the Great Irish Famine (1845-1848). This site contains Shipping lists for Irish Orphan girls with name, age, native place, parents if available, religion, employment and more in the last column - click ORPHANS/SHIPS/VICTORIA or NSW or SA. Clicking on STORIES provides an invitation to include your orphan girl's story on the site.
http://www.irishfamilyresearch.co.uk/Mems.htm The Memorials of the Dead database covers the 1500s to late 1800s. Standard membership does not give full access to all databases. Full membership costs £40.00 for one calendar year.
http://IrishGen.com/ The complete guide to Irish genealogy online, including surnames and Coats of Arms of Ireland. Ed - Currently undergoing maintenance.
http://irishorigins.com This is the site of Genealogy.com and purports to be the premier source ofor Irish genealogy online, offering a free search of millions of names including the definitive version of Griffith's Primary Valuation of Ireland.
http://irishancestor.com The Irish Roots guide contains links to names and surnames, passenger lists of emigrants from Ireland and more.
http://www.proni.gov.uk/ The PRO of Northern Ireland. Under "What's New" there is a list of all 2008 annual releases and more.
http://www.otherdays.com Otherdays is a subscription-based website containing over 120 databases of Irish records including the Griffith's Valuation, Dublin wills and marriage licences 1270-1857, and an 1803 census of County Antrim.
http://www.irishgenealogy.ie On the Irish Genealogy site you are able to search (free of charge) indexes of births and baptisms, the 3.6 million gravestones index, as well as finding tips on tracing your ancestors plus lots more.
http://www.nationalarchives.ie On the National Archives of Ireland site you will find a searchable database of Irish men and women transported to Australia between 1791 and 1853.
http://www.emeraldancestors.com This site provides instant access to one of the largest collections of Irish Genealogy records available. It is not free but you are able to choose from a one month, six month or one year membership.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlcla2/ This site for County Clare contains its history and geography as well as numerous links.
http://www.censusfinder.com/ireland.htm From Antrim through Cork this site contains 207 census links.
http://www.genealogylinks.net/ There are over 50,000 links which include Ireland.
http://from-ireland.net Site of "From Ireland" which explains everything Irish and has dozens of links.
http://tiara.ie/links.html#emigrat The Irish Ancestral Research Association site with many links for Irish research and other information under headings such as General Information, Government, Religion, Military and lots more.
http://www.ulsterancestry.com/ua-free-pages.php Ulster Ancestry free genealogical information is available including a sample of Irish names, list of deported convicts and vagabonds, death notices of Irish emigrants and much more.
http://www.altavista.com Do you need to translate any other language to English? Then try the Babel Fish site which will translate a block of text up to 150 words or just a web page.