3 edition of Familia 1998: Ulster Geneological Review found in the catalog.
December 1, 1998
by Ulster Historical Foundation
Written in English
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Each year, in December, members receive Familia and a directory of their research interests, entitled Directory of Irish Family History Research. Directory of Irish Family History Research 35 (): “A Census of early Ulster Quakers: to ” Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review 27 (): “Ulster Quakers on the Move: Tracking Early Ulster Friends to the Delaware River and Beyond.” Journal of Scotch-Irish Studies 3 (): Book Review.
The list below is a select list of works on the Irish in New Zealand and is divided according to books, articles, chapters, and theses. 'The Irish in New Zealand', in Familia - Ulster Genealogical Review, vol.
2, no. 5 Years of Pain and Pleasure, Labour and Leisure (Dunedin, ), pp. Brosnahan, Seán, ‘Parties or Politics.
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It is designed to give you – the local and family historian – access to a. The Movement of British Settlers into Ulster during the Seventeenth Century, Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review, Vol. 2, No. 8,pp. A copy of this paper can found within the Members Area on the Ulster Historical Foundation website.
The Ulster Historical Foundation offers subscription-based access to more than 2 million genealogical records from Ulster, including birth, death, and marriage records; gravestone inscriptions; censuses; and street directories.
Matheson's Distribution of Surnames in Ireland in is available as a free database. Most of the rest are available. The subject matter has varied greatly but is generally either related to South Derry or to Irish Presbyterian history.
He has contributed to many books e.g. Townlands in Ulster – Local History Studies – eds. Crawford & Foy (Ulster Historical Foundation & Federation for Ulster Local Studies, ), to name a few. John Cunningham.
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The Society: The Irish Genealogical Research Society is a learned Society and was established in in the Office of the York Herald, London.The North of Ireland Family History Society is a registered charity (NIC) with particular reference to the nine counties of Ulster. Now in our 40th year of promoting and encouraging the private and public study of family history, genealogy, heraldry and local history.