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Spotlight on… the North of Ireland Family History Society

The North of Ireland Family History Society offers a wealth of resources for anyone searching for Irish ancestors in the six counties of Northern Ireland, and three Irish border counties, as Maeve Rogan explains

THE SOCIETY SCENE

Killyleagh Harbour, County Down, which received coal imports from England until as recently as 1984

Family historians with ancestors in Ulster will find plenty to interest them in this busy group of family history societies in Northern Ireland. They run a varied programme of meetings, talks and classes. The society actively works on new transcription projects and maintains resources at its library and research centre near Belfast. Members across the world use its services. Established in County Down in 1979, the North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) now has 10 branches across Northern Ireland.

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Welcome to the Christmas issue of Family Tree – we’ve got festive family history treats galore in store for you. Dive into our delicious feast of digitised documents – rare historic collections for you to enjoy browsing and researching on your device. Enjoy some genealogy jollies: a family history crossword, quiz and memories of Christmas traditions from centuries past. And last but not least, this issue sees the launch of the Family Tree Academy – this is your opportunity to hone your family history skills. In part 1, this issue, we’ve got documents for you to decipher, old handwriting for you to transcribe and a research case study for you to pit your wits against. Join in with our learning experience today to become a better family historian!