Alan Stewart’s Grow Your Own Family Tree says:
“The Ulster Historical Foundation (UHF) has sent information about new online baptism records and other information.
The UHF has sent the following information:
The first batch of new family records for 2012 are now online. The UHF has added over 12,000 baptism records between 1900 and 1924 for St Patrick’s Belfast.
Tracing your Family Tree course at Stranmillis College, Belfast
The UHF is running its 10-week family history course again at Stranmillis College in Belfast. It starts on 28th February and will be looking at church, civil and census records as well as wills, estate and valuation records. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 028 9038 4345.
Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2012
The UHF will be at the Who Do You Think You Are? Live event at Olympia London next Friday to Sunday (24-26 February 2012) so if you’re going to it, please come and say hello to them at the Irish Family History Foundation stand.
Limavady Genealogy Project
The UHF is working with Limavady Borough Council on a project to gather information and resources on family history in that area. If you’re from Limavady district and know of any useful books, websites or collections, please contact the UHF, who will let you all know when it will be available online.
Free map cabinet
Free to a good home: One vertical metal map cabinet, about 4.5 feet high. Maps not included! To be collected from the Ulster Historical Foundation offices in Belfast. Please ring the UHF on 028 9066 1988 for further information.“