We’ve collected thousands of Irish ancestry and genealogy related links, and continue to do so on a daily basis, allocating them to dozens of suitable cat… You can use it to report a problem or suggest an improvement to a webpage. For queries or advice about pensions, contact the Northern Ireland Pension Centre. Church of Ireland . If you wish to check on a problem or fault you have already reported, contact DfI Roads. The most important of these are church records. ULSTER RESEARCH SERVICES. For queries or advice about birth, death, marriage and civil partnership certificates and research, contact the General Register Office Northern Ireland (GRONI) by email [email protected] V and then VAL to browse Valuation Records: D and then D623 to browse the Abercorn Papers: The following digitised church records are now available to view onsite at PRONI. Hons [Record Agent] PRONI RESEARCH . This computerised system holds Northern Ireland civil registration records as follows: Births – 1864 to date . The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) holds the official archives of public records in Northern Ireland including those from government departments and ministries non-departmental public organisations such as courts, schools and hospitals. The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (www.proni.gov.uk) has freely available microfilm copies of almost all surviving records of all denominations for areas now in Northern Ireland, as well as a good number for areas in the border counties of Donegal, Cavan, Leitrim, Monaghan and Louth. Dr. Susan Hood, Librarian and Archivist at the Representative Church Body, Dublin and Rev. If you have a comment or query about benefits, you will need to contact the government department or agency which handles that benefit. For queries or advice about historical, social or cultural records relating to Northern Ireland, use the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) enquiry service. Search using one or more of the fields below. In 1740, the Irish House of Commons apparently ordered a census of Protestant householders, which then became part of Irish Parliament records, which in turn were later transferred over to the PRONI. The PRONI reference numbers for the records of Presbyterian churches which have been microfilmed are prefixed MIC 1P/ and those that are in original or Xerox form are prefixed CR3. Digitised records dating from 1642 from 15 churches are now available to view onsite in PRONI. For queries or advice about pensions, contact the Northern Ireland Pension Centre. Records of birth, marriage & death Church and Congregational Registers of Baptism, Marriage and Burial. They record details on landholding, tenants, farming, towns, transport, emigration, politics and local administration, as well as the building of schools and churches. For queries or advice about Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs), including parking tickets and bus lane PCNs, email [email protected] Browse PRONI collections or navigate up and down the levels of a specific archive: Input a PRONI reference. For more information regarding PRONI please visit our website at www.proni.gov.uk The nidirect privacy notice applies to any information you send on this feedback form. The project is only possible because of the co-operation of churches who agree to deposit their records with PRONI on a temporary basis and agree to make them publically available in a controlled way. Call 0800 587 0912Email [email protected], Call 0800 587 2750 Email [email protected], Call 0800 587 0912 Email [email protected], Contact your local Jobs & Benefits office. [CDATA[//>