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Living heirs and missing family
Ulster Ancestry carries out missing heir and estate research in Ireland, for law firms, Public Trustees offices and estate administrators. We identify living relatives and provide official certified documentation to show their relationship to the deceased. We have many years of experience carrying out this specialist work in Ireland. You can save you time and […]
The night of the “big wind”
In rural Irish communities of the early 1800s, weather forecasting was anything but a precise science. There are tales of people who could accurately predict turns in the weather, but without the science we take for granted, weather events were often viewed through the prism of superstition. One particular storm in 1839 was so peculiar […]
World War One: Irish soldiers’ records online
Digital records of individual Irish soldiers are now available online Northern Ireland’s first and deputy first ministers have joined the Irish deputy prime minister in launching Irish World War One records online. Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness met Eamon Gilmore in Dublin to mark the launch. It means records are available to a worldwide audience. […]
At the mouth of the Foyle we bade farewell to the soil
There was just the four of us, me and Maggie and the two wee ones. I told them all to hold hands so as not to get parted We passed down the Foyle and it was as calm as a mill pond, past Culmore and out into the Lough. In front of us was only […]