We have allocated all collected links to their respective counties, where appropriate, should your genealogy search be based purely on a county or "shire" alone. The counties of Ireland are sub-national divisions, made permanent in 1922 by the Anglo-Irish Treaty, and are split between the 26 counties of the Republic of Ireland and the 6 counties of Northern Ireland, owned by the United Kingdom. The division of land into counties is suited to administrative, geographical and political control - and hopefully to your ancestry research needs, too. By the early 17th century all of Ireland had already been divided into counties.
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