Nenagh Heritage Centre

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Nenagh Heritage Centre is located in two stone Georgian buildings which were built in between 1840 and 1842 as the Governor's house and Gatehouse of an extensive gaol complex for North Tipperary. It houses a wonderful free museum of local history & "how it was" displays in addition to a genealogy research service for people whose ancestors originated in North Tipperary:

The North Tipperary Genealogy Centre is run under the auspices of the North Tipperary County Council and provides a family history research service for people tracing their Irish ancestors who originated in North Tipperary. The main genealogical sources pertaining to North Tipperary that have been computerised by the centre include:

  • church, baptismal, and marriage records of all denominations,
  • civil births, deaths, and marriages,
  • the Tithe Applotment Books (1830s),
  • the Griffith’s/Primary Valuations lists (1850s),
  • the 1901 Census records, 
  • 1650 Civil Survey,
  • 1660 Hearth Money Rolls, and
  • the 1840s Poor Law Rate books,
  • street directories,
  • the Nenagh Guardian births, deaths, and marriages 1838-1864 records.

Records exclusive to the centre include:

  • all gravestone inscriptions for North Tipperary.
Address The Governor's House O'Rahilly Street Nenagh Tipperary Republic of Ireland
Phone +353 67 33850
Parish(es) Tipperary
Category (ies) Heritage/Culture Local Organisation