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What do reviews say about Donegal Ancestry genealogy service?

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The Donegal Ancestry genealogy service, organized as a limited guarantee company in 1992 from a voluntary committee started in 1988, has no online reviews as of 2015. Genealogy service comparisons from two websites, Top Ten Reviews and Geneaolgy In Time, do not mention the charitable-status organization.

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The Donegal Ancestry geneaology service specializes in researching records of ancestors originating from County Donegal in Ireland. The organization's services are backed by a database of over one million collected and computerized genealogy records. This includes information such as census data and parish records, as well as birth, death and marriage certifications. Clients can search the database directly from the main company website by paying a subscription fee. Alternately, Donegal Ancestry offers the services of a trained genealogy researcher for a nominal fee.

The fees collected for services are used to fund the organization, which as of 2015 does not receive financial support from any local or national government. Donegal Ancestry Limited does not distribute any profit earned by the company, instead re-investing for future operations. It is run by a volunteer board of directors from private and public sectors. The organization operated an Ancestry Center in Ramelton, Ireland until 2010 but seeks to re-open it at a future date.

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