Ulster Ancestry : Newsletter
Research at PRONI {The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland}

Although PRONI has closed part of its archive for relocation purposes there is still a great deal ot material available to us for research.

Among the many archives still open are:
All surviving and available Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, Methodist and Catholic Church registers of baptism, marriage and burial for every Parish in Northern Ireland.

{For a detailed list of what is available for each Parish please e mail us via
researchers@ulsterancestry.com or the contact page on our web site

Early Census records:

Census Returns 1821 County Cavan Parish of Mullagh

Census Returns 1831 Every Parish in County Derry/Londonderry {Very important archive}

Census Returns 1841 Parish of Killyshandra County Cavan

Census Returns 1851 Co Fermanagh townland Clonee

Census Returns 1851 County Antrim various Parishes

Tithe Applotment Books {taxation records} 1825-1835 all Northern Ireland Parishes

Tithe Applotment Books for Counties Cavan Donegal and County Monaghan

Will Books 1858-1902 all of Northern Ireland

Board of Guardians {Workhouse} records and registers 19th century Vaccination records

Census returns from 1841 and 1851 extracted from the 1908-1920 Old Age pension claims

Selected 19th century School records. Male and female admission books and pupils records

Local Authority Records . Rates collection valuation Books for Belfast City 1840- 1871

Records of the Religious Society of Friends {Quakers} in the Province of Ulster 1674-1980

Index to births in Northern Ireland 1864-1922

The Blackwood Manuscripts 92 Volumes of various family pedigrees

Various Ships Passenger Lists emigrants from Ireland to

Philadelphia 1800-1882
Baltimore Maryland 1820-1891
Boston Mass. 1871-1891
New York 1826-1827 1840-1842 1850-1852 with some gaps.

Registers of baptisms all Wesleyan Methodist Circuits in Ireland.

44 Volumes of RIC {Royal Irish Constabulary}Service records 1816-1922

Assorted Manuscripts 1600-1940 including extracts from the 1631 Muster Rolls
Extracts from early 18th century Presbyterian Church registers giving detailed genealogical information for various County Down families

60 assorted 18th century letters relating to the United Irishmen.

Also available to us are the full resources of the Linen Hall Library the oldest and most complete collection of works on Irish Genealogy in Northern Ireland and of course the General Register Office for birth and death certificates from 1864, Protestant marriage certificates from 1845 and Catholic marriage certificates from 1864.
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For more information of what can be accessed please contact us via
researchers@ulsterancestry.com

I hope we can be of service.




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