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Genealogy records for counties Antrim, Armagh, Derry-Londonderry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone are also held in the Republic.See: My selection of the top 10 genealogy websites for all-Ireland A list of the best Irish genealogy databases that charge for access An overview map of Northern Ireland dating from 1848.For clarity's sake, therefore, I chose a handful of databases that specifically target Northern Ireland genealogy research and would suggest that anyone tracing Irish ancestry in the six counties also takes a look at my other lists of (both free and pay-to-view) online resources.There are links to those lists at the bottom of the page, under the heading Related Pages.Among these are detailed civil parish maps and lists of townlands per county, a small selection of ebooks, and a searchable database containing birth, marriage and death records, plus gravestone inscriptions, street directories and much more.There are also a handful of free to search and view collections.Although it no longer appears to be being maintained or further developed, the Belfam web site contains an excellent photo gallery and other details of life in Edwardian Belfast which will be of interest to anyone with connections to the city.

It also provides free online access to the Revision/Cancelled Books which continued the work of Griffith's Valuation from the mid 19th century to the 1930s, and an excellent historical maps viewer. You can also download several very useful guidance leaflets specific to Northern Ireland genealogy and local history research, such as the Church Records leaflet (3) which provides an overview of the microfilms or paper records available at PRONI for each denomination and for which years.Don't limit your family history research to sites that are dedicated purely to Northern Ireland.Genealogy records for Counties Antrim, Armagh, Derry-Londonderry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone are also held in the Republic.At some points of the 19th century, about one-third of the British Army was made up of men from Ireland, so don't ignore this important avenue when searching for ancestors from Northern Ireland.The best websites for British military records are: The National Archives in Kew, London; Find My Past - Its collection dates from 1694 to 1994 and includes Army lists, roll calls, attestation documents, discharge papers, and Ireland's Memorial Records of the Great War, and much more besides; Ancestry - WW1 service and pension records, medal roll cards, casualties of the Boer War, and more.While the business of much of the Ulster Ancestry site is to target potential paying customers, it also has a large and very useful selection of free databases.