The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) has the All World Edition of Findmypast for members’ free use until December 2018 in the Research Centre. If demand is too great, time may have to be limited and/or booked in advance.
GOOD NEWS – the old slow computer in the Office has been retired and a new laptop computer has been bought for the use of Members wanting to use Findmypast. Simply click on the Findmypast icon; no password is required.
Within the chosen geographical area the records can be searched by category:
- Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
- Births & Baptisms; Church Registers; Deaths & Burials; Marriages & Divorces; Wills & Probate
- Census, land & surveys
- Census; Courts & Legal; Electoral Rolls; Land & Estates; Rate Books; Surveys
- Churches & religion
- Religious Ceremonies
- Directories & social history
- Directories & Almanacs; Medal Rolls & Honours; Newspapers & Magazines; Social History
- Education & work
- Apprentices; Civil Service; Colonial Service; Guild & Trade Associations; Merchant Navy & Maritime; Occupations; Professions; Schools & Education; Workhouses & Poor Law
- Institutions & organisations
- Clubs & Societies; Courts & Legal; Directories & Almanacs; Government; Hospitals; Hospitals & Institutions; Prison Registers; Social History; Workhouses & Poor Law
- Military, armed forces & conflict
- Boer Wars; Civil War & Rebellion; First World War; Government; Medal Rolls & Honours; Other Wars & Conflicts; Regimental & Service Records; Second World War; Service Records
- Travel & migration
- Migration, Passenger Lists; Travel
There is also the extensive special collection of Newspapers & Periodicals, consisting of four collections:
Also the 1939 Register for England & Wales can be searched.
Using Findmypast to Unlock Your Irish Ancestry – a webinar with Brian Donovan dealing with an Irish records overview and the Irish records on Findmypast – the largest collection in the world.