Antrim Family History

  • Belfast Street Directories
    Free to view Belfast street directories covering the years 1819 to 1900. Below is a list of the directories available to search and view.- Bradshaw’s General and Commercial Directory for 1819
    – Belfast Directory 1831-32
    – Matier’s Belfast Directory 1835-36
    – Martin’s Belfast Directory 1839
    – Martin’s Belfast Directory 1841-42
    – New Directory of the City of Londonderry and Coleraine, including Strabane with Lifford, Newtownlimavady, Portstewart and Portrush
    – The New Commercial Directory of Armagh, Newry, Londonderry, Drogheda, Dundalk, Monaghan, Omagh, Strabane, Dungannon, Lisburn, Lurgan, Portadown and neighbouring towns
    – Martin’s Belfast Directory 1842-43
    – Henderson’s New Belfast and Northern Repository 1843-44
    – Henderson’s Belfast Directory and Northern Repository 1846-47
    – Henderson’s Belfast Directory and Northern Repository 1850
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1852
    – Henderson’s Belfast Directory and Northern Repository 1852
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1858-59 Volume 4
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1863-64 Volume 6
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1865
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1866
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1870
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1877
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1880
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1884
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1887
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1890 Volume 13
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1892
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1895 Volume 16
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1896
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1897
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1899 Volume 20
    – The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory 1900
  • Belfast Burials
    Look up records in Belfast from 1869 onwards using our burial record search facility. You can buy images of burial records that are over 75 years old for £1.50 each.
    Around 360,000 records are available from:- Belfast City Cemetery – records from 1869 (including the Jewish, public and Glenalina extension sections)
    – Roselawn Cemetery – records from 1954
    – Dundonald Cemetery – records from 1905.
  • The Belfast Newsletter
    The Belfast Newsletter just might be the oldest English language newspaper still published today. It was first published in 1737.
    The Belfast Newsletter Index 1737-1800
    The Belfast Newsletter 1828-1900