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Newsletter - 25 April 2009

This newsletter is a forum for announcing items of interest and new content on UlsterHeritage.com and its associated websites.

All the items have a Clickable Link as the heading / title, which directs you to the complete article/item.

We hope you find many of these items of interest. Please remember that the UH Newsletter is intended to be short and to-the-point.

Back issues of the UH Newsletter are archived at the bottom of the UH Newsletter Subscribe Here page.

Enjoy!

 

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Content Wanted

We appreciate new content of interest to UlsterHeritage users at any time. Please send your item to Jim McKane

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  • UlsterHeritage Shop

    • The UlsterHeritage Shop is now open for business!  Consider yourself one of the first to know about this exciting venture, as we have not even announced it on the website as yet!

    • We have chosen to partner with Cafepress to create some unique articles for our readers. Cafepress is a well-unknown, high-quality provider of one-of-a-kind merchandise in several countries and offer a no-questions-asked 30-day return policy.

    • In the last month, we have added some new graphics with many more to come. Although, they are not online as yet, we have all of the flags for the Canadian Provinces and a large number of the US State flags to add.White Pig

    • Brown BullOur favourite icons are the Brown Bull from the Cattle Raid of Cooley, an ancient Ulster icon and the White Pig.

    • Our goal is to provide unique Ulster items to your taste. If you see an item that you would like with your surname or modified text, or have a suitable family crest you would like on an item, please email Jim McKane.

    • The UlsterHeritage Shop is right here!

  • UH Clans

    • If your Clan has a website and it is not listed on this page, please drop us a note with the URL.


  • UH Ebooks

    • There are five different Ebooks that are instantly downloadable in full-text searchable format available.

    • UH is also seeking authors interested in placing their publications in our Ebooks section. There are no up-front costs for this service.


  • UH History

    • Duffy's Cut Mass Grave - The woodsy site where the bones were found is known as Duffy's Cut. It is named after Philip Duffy, who hired the immigrants from Donegal, Tyrone and Derry to help build the Philadelphia and Columbia Railroad.

  • UH Maps

    • The latest map to be added is........

    • Interactive Administrative District Map of Ireland - shows all townlands, the 1851 and 1861 civil parishes, RC parishes, Baronies and PLUs for Armagh and Tyrone. The database is complete for all of Northern Ireland. It includes all districts in Northern Ireland: the names of all Counties, Poor Law Unions / Registration Districts, Baronies, modern Councils, RC Parishes, Civil Parishes as at 1851 (matching the 1851 census / Sean Ruad) and 1861 (matching the Griffith Valuation) and Townlands. It also includes boundary maps of all civil parishes (both 1851 and 1861 versions) as well as many townlands and other divisions. Although the database is complete, the mapping of the townlands is a "work in progress." This map is completely "live" and is very detailed!

  • UH News

  • UH Website Links
    • Counties

      • Co. Donegal - Donegal Community in Touch E-Zine will provide a source of information for those who have moved away from Donegal and who wish to be kept informed of local news, the business community, education and learning opportunities and upcoming events and activities of interest.

      • Co. Donegal - Finn Valley.ie - This site contains a huge stockpile of information, stories and history of the Finn Valley area of Co. Donegal

      • Co. Tyrone - Records available at PRONI, list with reference numbers and a link to look up more subjects.

  • Coming Events

    • Canadian Census 1851 - 1916 - ........... a media event in Toronto to launch online the complete Canadian Censuses from 1851 to 1916. Now, ALL available national Censuses will be fully searchable online, and fully indexed. This will make Canadian research more available than ever before from the comfort of your own computer.

 

Ulster Heritage Magazine

  • Barry R. McCain continues add interesting and intriguing articles to the UH Mag. The most recent are:-

    • Ulster's Genetic Roots Revealed

      • the latest update on the Ulster DNA Project information

    • Derry Jazz Festival in May

      • Derry City Council celebrated the launch of the programme for the 8th City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival at a special event in the City Hotel last week, outlining what is to be expected at this hugely anticipated annual musical extravaganza.

    • The White Pig Rules

      • a background on our little white pig!

Ulster Heritage Forum

An Ulster Heritage Forum has begun. On this forum, there are discussions about Ulster DNA as well as Surname Forums.
You may request a forum for your own surname.
Click on this link - Ulster Heritage Forum to view/and/or join the forum.

Ulster Heritage DNA

The Ulster Heritage DNA Project continues to grow very rapidly. The Project continues to unite previously unknown "cousins" and often is crossing heritage frontiers in unexpected ways. The growth has not been unexpected as there are so many descendants of Ulster researching their heritage. The size of the database is becoming almost unmanageable. Therefore, the Project will soon need to be divided into sub-groupings. The Project is at Ulster Heritage DNA Project.

Editor's Comments

Your UlsterHeritage Team is working diligently to bring you the best assistance, information and websites possible. We receive no remuneration for our efforts. Our only source of revenue to help cover the costs of these services comes from our advertisers. Please help expand UH by supporting our advertisers.

Thank you for reading,

Jim McKane, Editor

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