Half-price sale at AncestryIreland

To coincide with St Patrick’s Day, the Ulster Historical Foundation is offering their 2 million pay-per-view birth, marriage and death records for Counties Antrim and Down – as well as their Gravestone records – at half-price.

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Green Bay lecture tour schedue

The following press release contains more information about the schedule for the Wisconsin appearance of Ulster Historical Foundation speakers in Green Bay on March 13:

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2017 lecture tour

The following announcement comes from the Ulster Historical Foundation:

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Finding Cousins

Yesterday when I reported AncestryIreland’s half-price BMD sale, I didn’t pass along another nugget from their email announcement.

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Half-price Antrim & Down BMD records

A few days remain to take advantage of the Ulster Historical Foundation’s special offer: a half-price sale on their pay-per-view birth, marriage and death records for Counties Antrim and Down.

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UHF North American tour

The Ulster Historical Foundation (UHF) has announced details for its 2016 North American tour.

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More records – and half-price sale extended

The Ulster Historical Foundation (UHF) has announced the addition of 51,000 new birth, marriage and burial records to its AncestryIreland.com website.

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‘Early bird’ rate for 2016 UHF conferences

The Ulster Historical Foundation (UHF) has scheduled two “Tracing Your Irish Ancestors” conferences for 2016 – Summer (mid-June) and Fall (early September). ‘Early bird’ registration ends 31 January 2016.

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Antrim & Down bmd records at half-price

The Ulster Historical Foundation has announced a half-price special on their 2 million pay-per-view birth, marriage and death records from Counties Antrim and Down, until January 31:

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Using other databases to supplement NLI

A recent message from the Ulster Historical Foundation (UHF) provides time-saving tips about querying Rootsireland and/or Ancestryireland before searching the new online records at the National Library of Ireland (NLI). Here’s the UHF text:

With new resources now available for researching Irish ancestors, using the Foundation’s own databases can help you make the best use […]