In the past, genealogy was not a common concern. It has become increasingly popular in recent times, especially for people suspecting a Jewish ancestry lost after the war and subsequent migrations. Many people turn to the Irish Jewish Museum in the quest for records that could help them track their origins.

The Irish Jewish Museum has some family and genealogical records available for public consultation. Initial enquiries can be made by email or by visiting the museum. We also welcome deposits of family histories to our archives.


For further professional assistance, please check Stuart Rosenblatt’s work in this area.