The Irish Genealogical Research Society

The Irish Genealogical Research Society

Charity information

The Irish Genealogical Research Society

The IGRS was formed in 1936 with its aim to encourage the study of Irish Genealogy by collecting books, manuscripts, transcripts, indices and other records and by publishing a learned journal.

Founded 1936

  • Mission statement

    The Society has a library in London with some 4,000 books and 3,500 manuscripts available freely to members and, for a small fee, to visitors. The Society's website at www. Igrsoc. Org gives full details of the library's holdings. The Society's official organ is The Irish Genealogist, now into its thirteenth volume. A 20 page bi-annual Newsletter is sent to all members. The Hon. Secretary can be contacted on info@igrsoc. Org

  • Aims

    The Irish Genealogical Research Society aims to:

    • To encourage and promote the study of Irish Genealogy
  • Overview

    Established: September 1936

    Registered Charity Number: 235886

    Board members: 12

    Volunteers: 12

    Phone number: 01634 362250

    Address: 18 Stratford Avenue, Rainham, Gillingham, Kent ME8 0EP

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