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Minister Deenihan with members of Shannon Gaels GAA Club in New York
Ulster Historical Foundation
Telling, since 1956,
the story of the people of Ulster
Tracing Your Irish Ancestors,
Due to the popularity of our original event
(scheduled for September 2015) the Founda-
tion is pleased to announce details of a
second family history conference to be held
Given that places at the September confer-
ence sold out fast, and due to the many
expressions of interest in an additional event,
the Foundation is delighted to be repeating
the Tracing your Irish Ancestors programme in
October 2015.
Join us in October for our autumn family history
conference to learn about the dramatic
history of Ulster and the lives of your Irish ances-
tors. The Foundation has many years' experi-
ence in hosting family history events and Trac-
ing Your Irish Ancestors promises to be a truly
memorable week
(www.ancestryireland.com/family-history-
conference/
Whether you are an experienced genealogist
and have previously visited our shores or are
new to Irish family history, our expert genealo-
gists will be on hand to guide you at the Public
Record Office of Northern Ireland and the
archives in Dublin, including the National
Archives, the Registry of Deeds and the RCB
Library.
To uncover the history of this place, the exten-
sive programme of tours throughout the week
will take you through rolling countryside to sites
of international renown from the Giant's
Causeway and Dunluce Castle on County
Antrim's wild Atlantic coast to the archaeo-
logical wonder which is Newgrange in the
tranquil Boyne Valley, to the haunting Kilmain-
ham Gaol and Trinity College Dublin with its
Old Library and the Book of Kells Exhibition a
`must see' for any visitor to Dublin.
Assisted personal research, talks, tours and
sightseeing are all part of the eclectic, friendly
and fun mix of Tracing Your Irish Ancestors. Join
us for the journey. We will be delighted to see
you.
If you have any queries, please email:
enquiry@uhf.org.uk
Ulster Historical Foundation