DigDat Has a New Home! - This site will remain functional during the transition, but by the end of Feb 2015 (I Hope) everything here will be available on the new site (as well as much new material) ... better organized, more accessible and easier to use. VISIT: http://digdat.ajmorris.com/ and try out the new site! If you are a member here you will need to log-in again as it is functionally a completely separate site, but your same username and password should work there, if not use the contact form to let me know.
Welcome to DIGdat, your source for
Scarce Irish Genealogical Resources
We offer a wide variety of material in various formats. Some of our information is free, and the rest is available for purchase, or by 'pay-for-view' subscription.
What we have available for you
All these are available now, with additional material being added every month. Most of this material is derived from scarce old publications, or has been extracted from Irish archival sources.
Click on any of the links at the top of this page for detailed information on what is available
How to get the information you want
For information in the 'Free Members' section, you can gain access simply by joining DIGdat -- it's FREE.
Publications listed in our 'Catalog' are available for purchase, and you will also find many of these resources available in the 'Data' section.
Custom research reports for surname distributions, text file searches, and just general genealogical research, are available, and may be purchased for cash or using DigDat credits.
The 'Data' section has all of the content from our CDs as well as information from several other sources. Click on the specific page link in any of the descriptive listings to see your options.
OR you can become a paid subscriber for just $7.95 a month, and view up to 60 pages and files each month! For $12.95 per month you get twice as many page views. We also have annual plans so you can save even more. PLUS all subscribers earn DigDat Points, good toward custom research reports.
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