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Co. Armagh pre-1900 gravestone inscriptions with Australian connections

This list includes all pre-1900 gravestone inscriptions from County Armagh with Australian connections. It first appeared in Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild Newsletter number 10 (1987) and was input by David Keane & Ronnie Hastings.

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A list of those who contributed to the funds of the House of Industry, Belfast, 1834

This list contains the names, street addresses and amount donated to the funds of the House of Industry in Belfast in 1834. In the preceding year the House of Industry had supplied 794 women with flax (& the majority also with wheels and reels) to be able to carry on a trade. The organisation also […]

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Preliminary Research in the USA: Naturalization Records from Vermont, 1839-1900

This index which details the name, declaration date, residence in Vermont, years as resident, origin and age at declaration first appeared in Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild Newsletter number 8 (1982) and was inputted by David Keane & Ronnie Hastings. “The source material on which this index is based is contained within the Records of […]

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Petition from the inhabitants of Bangor, Co. Down relating to the Act of Union, 31 January 1800

This list of names (no specific locations beyond Bangor) first appeared in Directory of Irish Family History Research number 29 (2006) and was inputted by David Keane & Ronnie Hastings. “The Act of Union was passed in 1800 and came into force on 1 January 1801. The Irish parliament was abolished and henceforth Irish MPs […]

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List of some Ulster-Irish Convicts transported to New South Wales, Australia, 1800-1818

This index has been prepared from reports of court proceedings published in the Belfast Newsletter, extracted by Mrs Geraldine Hegan, Comber, Co. Down and inputted by David Keane & Ronnie Hastings. The index details the name, crime, transportation sentence, date of the newspaper and the county/town assizes and first appeared in Ulster Genealogical & Historical […]

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Gravestone inscriptions from St Michael’s Catholic Church, Lissan, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone

Gravestone inscriptions transcribed by Fr Charles McCann and input by David Keane & Ronnie Hastings. This list first appeared in Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild Newsletter number 10 (1987) and includes all those inscriptions dated 1900 or earlier and also those inscriptions with details of overseas relatives.

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Poll Book for County Cavan Election of May 1761: an index to the freeholders voting at this election

This index was prepared by Guild member Terry Eakin and first appeared in Directory of Irish Family History Research number 23 (2000) It was inputted by David Keane & Ronnie Hastings. The index details the name, townland of freehold, civil parish and residence of the freeholder. Where placenames could be identified as townlands, Terry Eakin […]

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Forfeiting Proprietors in Ireland under the Cromwellian Settlement, 1657

This database of over 4000 entries details the names of those, mostly Irish Catholics, by county & barony, whose estates were confiscated as part of the Cromwellian settlement of the 1650s. In some cases the actual locality was recorded, in others a note describing the person was included, for example “killed at the siege of […]

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Agricultural Census of Down, 1803

This database of over 5400 names by townland covers the parishes of Clonduff, Dromara, Drumballyroney, Drumgooland, Garvaghy, Kilcoo, Kilkeel and Maghera, in County Down. The 1803 Agricultural Census was created in response to a scare about an invasion of Ireland; the surviving returns relate to many parishes in County Down and the northern parishes of […]

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Milltown Cemetery, Belfast

This database of over 27,000 names covers the years 1869 to 1895. Milltown Cemetery, opened in 1869, is located on the Falls Road in Belfast and is the main Roman Catholic cemetery in Belfast. The database contains the name, age and address of the deceased as well as the date of burial and is an […]

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