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Family Research Starter Kit Memory Stick (Includes 12 months membership)

by Ulster Historical Foundation


List Price


The Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild was established in 1978, to provide a forum for the Irish and Scots-Irish genealogical community. The Family Research Starter Kit is designed to give you -- the local and family historian -- access to a range of specialist resources and services that you will find invaluable in your quest to complete your research.

This memory stick is compatible with Microsoft Windows and Apple OS. Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash Player are required to view the documents included.

Recent versions of certain Foundation titles are included on the memory stick and the eBook file for Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors will be sent to you by email.

The USB, when opened on a computer, opens up an offline website full of useful resources and helpful guides.

What's Included?

  • 1 year's membership to our Ulster Historical & Genealogical Guild
  • 1 year subscription to our Birth, Marriage, Death records (normally priced at £40)
  • Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors ebook
  • Irish Libraries ebook
  • Born Ireland ... what next?
  • Scots in Ulster surname map
  • Plantation of Ulster map & pocket history

Membership Benefits

  • Share your research interests through our annual Guild Directory
  • Receive two annual publications - Familia: Ulster Genealogial Review & Directory of Irish Family History Research
  • 1 year subscription to our Birth, Marriage, Death records (normally priced at £40)
  • Free access to over 100 members only databases covering all of Ulster
  • 15% off all Ulster Historical Foundation published titles on
  • Free access to over 50,000 gravestone inscriptions
  • Free access to History of the Irish Parliament online
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    100mm x 15mm x 95mm
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