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Bready and District Ulster-Scots Development Association
231 Victoria Road
Tel. No: 028 7184 1892
(Image: The Ancestral Home Of President Woodrow Wilson )
Over the centuries, hundreds of people have emigrated from the Bready area and today the descendents of many of these individuals are now interested in finding out more about their forebears. Bready and District Ulster Scots Development Association have created a genealogical database containing thousands of records relating to families from Bready and the surrounding area from the early 17th century. This can be accessed by going online at www.breadyancestry.com and is free of charge.
Strabane Family History Society
In existence since 2005 Strabane Family History Society was established to provide a forum for members to discuss in a friendly atmosphere their family tree searches and to listen to invited experts.
The society welcomes everyone who is interested in family history and who wants to further their knowledge of this interesting and passionate subject.
GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE
Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
49/55 Chichester Street
Belfast, BT1 4HL
Tel: 028 9025 2000; Fax: 028 9025 2044
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Birth, Death and Marriage Certificate Enquiries)
E-mail: email@example.com (Marriage, Re-registration and Adoptions)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Statistical Queries)
Irish World is the Irish family history foundation centre for counties Tyrone and Fermanagh, offering a worldwide service to people whose ancestors came from these counties. Its state of the art computerised database is the largest in Ireland, allowing direct access to all the principal sources of research - church records, baptism records, birth records, marriage records, gravestones, census data and muster rolls. In addition Irish World has researchers in both Dublin and Belfast, so ensuring direct access to all the main record repositories in the country.
PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND
PRONI is now open to the public at Titanic Quarter, Belfast.
2 Titanic Boulevard
Tel:(+44) 028 9053 4800
Users are invited to make use of our new and improved facilities and services. These include:
The Ulster Historical Foundation is a non-profit making organisation (Charity Ref No XN48460) founded in 1956 to promote and preserve Irish genealogy and Irish history, with particular reference to the province of Ulster. Over these years the Ulster Historical Foundation has developed into the principal research agency on genealogy in Ireland and the leading publisher of historical, educational and genealogical books. It has online databases covering over 500,000 Irish genealogical records, available to members - In addition the Ulster Historical Foundation has digitised a further 2.5 Million Irish genealogical records that will be available online soon.