Ulster Genealogy Databases
The following is provided for guidance only, and the databases should not be regarded as a full account for any location or time period. Please use the Ancestor Search to locate potential records for a particular name.
|VITAL RECORDS (BMD's)
|Northern Ireland Births
|1796 to 1924
|Northern Ireland Marriages
|1823 to 1922
|Northern Ireland Deaths
|1803 to 1900
|1901 Fermanagh Census
|Northern Ireland Census Extracts
|1841 to 1851
|Church Census Collection
|1892 to 1938
Northern Ireland Births
This collection contains records from a selection of Parish Baptism Registers (1796 to 1924) along with extracts from Civil Registrations (1864 to 1876) for Counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone. Entries included in this database typically include name, parent's name, Date of Birth, and parish or district.
Northern Ireland Marriages
This collection contains records from a variety of Parish Marriage Registers (1823 to 1901) along with over 500,000 records from Civil Registrations (1845 to 1920) for Counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone. Entries included in this database typically include name of Bride and Groom, date and place of marriage.
Northern Ireland Deaths
This collection contains records from Graveyard Inscriptions, Parish Burial Registers but primarily a comprehensive index from the Irish Wills Calendars for Counties Antrim, Armagh, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Louth, Monaghan, and Tyrone. Entries included in this database typically include name of deceased, date, probate district or cemetery and place of residence.
1901 Fermanagh Census
This database contains names contained in the 1901 census returns for the entire County of Fermanagh. Entries on the database typically include name, marital status, religion, townland and parish.
Northern Ireland Census (1841- 1851)
This database contains an index of names from 1841 and 1851 census abstracts held within Old Age Pension records made during the early 1900's. As no complete record of returns exists for these years, these records provide a valuable source of the records still in existence and cover extracts from Counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone. Entries typically include name, age, relationship to the Head of Household as well as the townland and parish of residence.
Church Census Collection
Clergy within a particular church sometimes undertook a census of congregation members and recorded the results in registers or other church documentation. Often these provide a snapshot of families within a parish at specific points in the church history. In the absence of most official census returns for the nineteenth century in Ireland, our Church Census Collection aims to collate the records scattered throughout various church records within Northern Ireland.
Our first Church Census covers over 700 names for Presbyterian families in the Dromore Presbyterian Church in County Tyrone around 1830. Further churches will be added to the database on a monthly basis.
School registers can provide a valuable source of information, not only listing pupils names, but often providing details of parents' names and occupation. Currently this database only contains records relating to Campbell College, Belfast but is currently being updated to extend the number of schools and colleges covered.