Ulster Ancestry is a website for family history and genealogy research in Northern Ireland. The link we’ve used takes users to the “free pages” where you’ll find links to transcribed resources, including censuses, parish records, passenger lists, and more. It’s easiest to scan the “county” column and make sure you’re looking at resources for the correct county (they’re organized alphabetically by “All” counties, then county names). If you select the logo you’ll be taken to the home page for Ulster Ancestry where you can find free forums and also resources available at a charge.

“We undertake detailed family history research here in the Province of Ulster {today’s Northern Ireland} primarily in the Counties of Antrim, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Down, Londonderry/Derry and Donegal.

Using the unique archives at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland with it’s collection of family pedigrees, letters, wills, land records, deeds, leases and most importantly surviving Catholic and Protestant Parish Church records of birth ,marriage and burial, we work to put our clients in touch with their Irish family roots. You may even have cousins here in Ireland.

With our detailed Reports starting at just £80 and copy documents supplied from £15 there is no better time or place to start. …Please come into the Ulster Ancestry site, and take a look around. You can search the large collection of free Irish genealogical records or browse the messages on our Forum which has over 5000 members.

At the Research Services page you can request a Free Assessment of the family information you already have. We will advise you as to what is the best way forward for your research. You will be under no obligation and this service is entirely free.”

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