The Ulster Historical Foundation
The Ulster Historical Foundation is an educational non-profit organisation. Their aim is to encourage an interest in the history of the province of Ulster; promote a positive image of Northern Ireland overseas; strengthen the links between Ireland and those of Ulster descent; broaden access to historical documents and records for Irish and Scots-Irish genealogy; and to inspire pride in Irish and Ulster heritage and culture.
Over these years the Ulster Historical Foundation has developed into one of the principal genealogical research agencies in Ireland and a leading publisher of quality historical, educational and genealogical books. It also operates a membership association called the Ulster Historical and Genealogical Guild, the aim of which is to bring together people from all over the world with an interest in finding out more about their Irish ancestors. Ulster Historical Foundation runs a number of activity holidays each year, ideally suited for all those interested in finding out more about their Ulster ancestors.
The Ulster Historical Foundation is entirely self-funded, dependent on the support of our customers and members to continue to provide the range of services that currently offered.
Searching for that elusive Irish and Scots-Irish Ancestor Genealogy Conference - 4 –10 June 2014
Directions to The Ulster Historical Foundation
The Foundation is located in South Belfast, adjacent to the Queen's Quarter and approximately one mile from Belfast City Centre
Join the Ulster Historical Foundation for a 6 Day Genealogy event 14 - 20 September 2014. From lectures, workshops, expert research and tours of historical and archival resources you can begin to learn about genealogy and build your own personal history.
Staying at Premier Inn Cathedral Quarter, we will visit Public Records Office Northern Ireland, Ulster American Folk Park, Barons Court, University of Ulster and Sentry Hill to meet experts and research your ancestors.
- Five evening meals
- Two lunches
- Transport during the event
- Talks and tours
- Entrance fees
- University fees*
- Research assistance by professional genealogists
* The university fees, which are built in to the overall cost of the event, vary depending on whether or not you are resident in the European Union (EU).
From £620 per person
Visit www.ancestryireland.com for the full programme and more information.
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