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All manner of records can be found within Eddie's Extracts.As its name suggests, it's a collection of records that Eddie (Connolly) has extracted from a number of sources, principally newspapers.While this is free to search and some researchers will find some of the details returned by the free search to be useful, most people will need to access additional information for which they must pay by credit/debit card.Each of the websites or databases below has earned its place in this short list by offering free access to a good proportion, if not all, of their information. Ancestry Ireland is the site of the Ulster Historical Foundation, one of the major genealogical research agencies, family history publishers and education providers operating in Northern Ireland. The organisation specialises in undertaking Irish and Scots-Irish research and runs both study programmes and a membership association called the Ulster Historical and Genealogical Guild.

Its database includes a selection of parish baptism registers covering the period 1796 to 1924, and parish marriage registers from 1823 to 1901 for the six counties that now make up Northern Ireland.

The death records collection is made up of graveyard inscriptions, burial registers and a comprehensive index from the Irish Wills Calendars for the six counties plus Donegal, Louth and Monaghan.

These include notices of births, marriages and deaths; rolls of honour (war dead), court reports, inquests and books.

It's particularly strong on Presbyterian records, but really, anyone carrying out genealogy in Northern Ireland ought to take a good look at Eddie's collection. Emerald Ancestors is a subscription-only site specialising in Northern Ireland genealogy records.

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.

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