The Wicklow County Archives offers advice and guidance to those with Wicklow roots. The service was established in 1987 by Wicklow County Council. Since its foundation, our staff has computerised Wicklow's Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland parish registers, some of which date from the 17th century. Methodist and Presbyterian church records within the county have also been computerised. All of our parish records stop at 1900. Our baptisms, marriages and burial records are also available online at www.rootsireland.ie.
Monday to Thursday: 10am - 5pm (closed for lunch 1-2pm).
Wicklow Library & Archives,
Co. Wicklow, A67X504
Phone: (0404) 20100, ext 7204Email: email@example.com
Parish records of baptisms and marriages for Co. Wicklow and most of Ireland, and some civil records too.
The Irish government website of births, deaths and marriages also has indexes to births from 1864 to 1915, deaths from 1864 to 1965 and marriages from 1864 to 1940. Many full images of these records have now been uploaded to this site for the following years: Births 1864-1915; Marriages 1882-1940; Deaths 1891-1965.
Access to the 1901/1911 Census
Land and property records of Griffith’s Valuation in the 1850s
Tithe Applotment Books - 1820s/1830s
Index to Irish births, deaths and marriages 1864-1958; non-Catholic marriages from 1845
Tombstone inscriptions and photos from many Co. Wicklow cemeteries
Tombstone inscriptions from mainly West Wicklow cemeteries
Co.Wicklow genealogy guides