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For clarity's sake, therefore, I chose a handful of databases that specifically target Northern Ireland genealogy research and would suggest that anyone tracing Irish ancestry in the six counties also takes a look at my other lists of (both free and pay-to-view) online resources.
There are links to those lists at the bottom of the page, under the heading Related Pages.
Written by the creator of Irish Genealogy Toolkit and Irish Genealogy News, this 240-page paperback, published May 2017, is full of essential advice and strategies for tracing your immigrant ancestors back to Ireland from America.
For many Irishmen, the British Army offered an escape from the drudgery of poverty with a bit of adventure thrown in for good measure.
Fortunately, the fee structure is quite bearable.(See also Irish Genealogy Toolkit's Northern Ireland civil registration records page.) Established in 1923 following the partition of the island into the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official repository for public records for the six counties of Antrim, Armagh, London Derry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone.Although it no longer appears to be being maintained or further developed, the Belfam web site contains an excellent photo gallery and other details of life in Edwardian Belfast which will be of interest to anyone with connections to the city.If your research in Northern Ireland's genealogy collections has revealed ancestors who worked in the cloth industry, you'll be interested to know how Irish linen was made and how the trade developed into such a major employer.While the business of much of the Ulster Ancestry site is to target potential paying customers, it also has a large and very useful selection of free databases.These include muster rolls (dating back to 1631), local directories, gravestone inscription, clergy lists, some marriage records and a significant number of ship passenger lists. And the site owner is to be applauded for placing it online for free access.