Do you shop on Amazon UK? If so, next time use the website smile.amazon.co.uk instead of www.amazon.co.uk.
Amazon will then, at no cost to you, pay 0.5% of your purchase price (less VAT etc.) to a charity of your choice.
One of the charities now available is The North of Ireland Family History Society.
Use this full name (as registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland) in the Charitable Organisations search box
and when displayed in the search results list Select this charity name.
Update: 23 September 2019
If you are an AmazonSmile customer, you can now support The North of Ireland Family History Society in the Amazon shopping app on your Android device!
Simply follow these instructions to turn on AmazonSmile and start generating donations.
- If you have the latest version of the Amazon Shopping App, open the App on your Android device.
- View Settings and select AmazonSmile.
- Follow the in App instructions to complete the process.
If you do not have the latest version of the Amazon Shopping App, update your App. Click here for instructions.
AmazonSmile is not currently available for iOS users.
The NIFHS Journal, North Irish Roots Volume 28.2 (Autumn 2017) is out now.
Causeway Coast & Glens Genealogy Course
Courses and Events, Autumn 2017
Ballymena Family History Fair
Additions to the Library
My Family Odyssey – Catherine Quinn
NIFHS at Who Do You Think You Are? Live
A Short Account from Day to Day of Our Voyage on the S. S. Arawa – Michael Duffy
Thom’s Ireland, City and Regional Directories, 1847-1946
C4 Gems – Family Histories
Maisie’s Illustrated Relatives
Jewish Birth, Naming, Marriage & Death Practices – Rivka Goldblatt
Do You Know the Jamisons of Mountpottinger, Belfast or Glasgow? – Charlotte Murtagh
Betham, Crossle & Thrift Genealogical Abstracts
From Corraglass to the Cape Colony – the Life of Loftus Albert Maguire (1881-1942) – John Maguire
Review – The Top 300 Surnames of Derry-Londonderry by Brian Mitchell – Brian O’Hara
Some Publicans of Carnmoney – Chris Hill
Letter from Ceylon – R. H. McKeag
Members’ Interests – Names Being Researched
Members’ Interests – Queries
Names and Addresses
Register of Reciprocal Research
Associate Membership Renewal
An invitation to Renew Associate Membership was included in the Journals sent to Associate Members. Using the online system helps to reduce the administration work needed to process the Renewals. Your continued support of the work of the Society will be greatly appreciated.
Best wishes to you for 2018.
|The Committee of the NIFHS Ballymena Branch invites you to their
“Family History Fair and Family Tree DNA Event”
We would also like to extend this invitation to your friends and family.
This free event is open to everyone – from beginners to experienced family historians – to discuss their family history research with a wide range of genealogy experts.
The event is generously sponsored by Family Tree DNA (FTDNA).
Raffle prizes are available which include:
This is the event of the year and not to be missed!
Further information is available at www.facebook.com/groups/ballymenafamilyhistorysociety/
Looking forward to you joining us at The Braid this Saturday,
On Saturday, 18th June 2016 a posthumous presentation was made to the family of the late Randal Gill, a founder member and former President of the NIFHS.
The presentation marked his election as a Fellow of the Irish Genealogical Research Society (IGRS) which he had been a member of since 1982. The Award of Fellowship was made to recognise Randal’s outstanding contribution to genealogy across the province of Ulster.
- If it is available to everyone you will go straight to the page.
- If it is only for Members you will be asked to log in (unless you have already done so once); you will then go to the page.
The Members Only Content is identified by its name being shown in blue within the Records Lists.
(Username and Password required to access them.)
Parish Register Indexes
– Holy Family Parish Church, Belfast: Baptisms – Marriages – Burials
Co. Antrim gravestone inscriptions
– St. Mary’s R. C. Parish Church, Greencastle, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim
– “Our Lady’s Acre,” Longlands Road, Newtownabbey – the extension graveyard for St. Mary’s.
Co. Down gravestone inscriptions
– Ardglass Church of Ireland Graveyard, Co. Down
– Ballycruttle R. C. Graveyard, near Downpatrick, Co. Down
– Reformed Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Killinchy, Co. Down
– Boardmills 1st Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Co. Down
– Boardmills 2nd Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Co. Down
– Bright Church of Ireland Graveyard, Co. Down
– Holy Trinity Church, Kircubbin, Co. Down
– Killysuggan Graveyard, Newtownards, Co. Down
– Magherahamlet Parish Church, Drumgavlin, Ballynahinch, Co. Down
– Saintfield 2nd Presbyterian Church, Ballynahinch Road, Saintfield, Co. Down
– St. Andrew’s Church of Ireland Graveyard, Balligan, Inishargy, Co. Down
Co. Fermanagh gravestone inscriptions
– Gravestone inscriptions from Castle Archdale, Killadeas, Trory and Servicemen’s graves from two churches in Irvinestown
Co. Tyrone gravestone inscriptions
– Corrick Abbey Burying Ground, Co. Tyrone
– Corrick Abbey Families
Presbyterian Historical Society Envelopes
– A collection of correspondence to and from the Presbyterian Historical Society dating from the early 1900s up until about 1996.
Also included are some USA Obituaries and Notes from Canada.
The Irish Law Times & Solicitors’ Journal lists
– Volume VI – 1872 : A weekly Newsletter and Gazette of legal postings.
Go to the Members Only Content page.