North of Ireland Family History Society

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Wednesday: 10.00a.m.-12.30p.m.
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The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) is a voluntary non profit-making organisation encouraging an interest in family history.

The objective of the Society is to foster an interest in family history with special reference to families who have roots in the North of Ireland and their descendants, wherever they may be.

The Society is not a Research Agency, although we do like to put people in contact with one another and share information.

The Society has the following Branches:
  Ballymena, Belfast, Coleraine, Fermanagh, Foyle, Killyleagh, Larne,
  Lisburn, Newtownabbey, North Armagh, North Down and Ards, Omagh.

The main area covered by the Society is shown in darker green on the map on the right.
For the location of Branches, click on the map (or see NIFHS map).

The Society offers two types of membership:
  Branch Membership - for those able to attend Branch meetings, and
  Associate Membership - for those not able to attend Branch meetings.

The NIFHS is a member of the following organisations:
  Federation of Family History Societies, Federation for Ulster Local Studies,
  Council of Irish Genealogical Organisations, Somme Association.

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FFHS Awards 2011: 3rd Place, UK Large Societies FFHS Awards 2010: 2nd Place, UK Large Societies FFHS Awards 2009: 2nd Place, UK Large Societies FFHS Awards 2008: Commended site FFHS Awards 2007: Highly commended

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