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Ulster Ancestry : Ancestral Research Service and Family Ancestry Research

Ulster Ancestry : Ancestral Research Service and Family Ancestry ResearchClick Image To Visit Site- Birth Certificate – Marriage Certificate – Death Certificate -Griffiths Valuation 1848-1864 -Tithe Books 1825-1838 -Valuation Books 1864-1930 – 1901 Census

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"Robert provided lots of initial information so that I was able to ask him to do a targeted search. I’m already formulating my next question/search for Ulster Ancestry. Thank you for a great experience"

"This task was the first one that Ulster Ancestry has completed for me. It won’t be the last. The researcher did what he said he would do, when he said he would do it. I was very pleased with the job he did and the manner in which he completed the project."

"I appreciate all of your efforts on my behalf. Ill be more than happy to recommend your services to anyone who asks me about a researcher in Ireland in the future."

If you are of Irish blood then you are almost certainly proud of the fact. Today a growing number of people all around the World feel the need to seek out their ancestry and family roots here in Ireland no matter how humble these origins may have been. Nothing could be more natural for civilised man to take a keen interest in his or her ancestors. We have, as never before, a desire to pass on to future generations the fleeting memories and mysteries of generations gone before. We want to know what kind of people our ancestors were, their names, how and where and when they lived. What led to decision to leave behind all that they held dear and embark on long dangerous journeys to strange lands they knew nothing of, often with little more than the clothes they stood up in. Ulster Ancestry undertake detailed ancestral research and family history research here in the Province of Ulster primarily in the Counties of Antrim, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Down, Londonderry/Derry and Donegal.

Using the unique archives at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland with it’s collection of numerous family pedigrees, family notes, wills, land records, deeds, leases, and most importantly both Catholic and Protestant Parish Church records of birth and marriage we work to put our clients in touch once again with their family roots here in Ireland. If you prefer to conduct your own family research you can save a considerable amount of time and greatly increase your chances of success by requesting a "Primary Report". In this Primary Report we will look for evidence of your family in the most important 19th century Irish genealogical resources , The Tithe Applotment Books (1824-1835) and Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland (1848-1864). We will tell you where and when your ancestors name is recorded in these records. We will also provide you with detailed information on available Church records for your ancestors Parish including what is available and what years are covered. (This report is available for all the Ulster… Read more…

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