Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review is the journal of Ulster Historical Foundation's membership association (an historical research co-operative, known as the Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild). Each year, in December, members receive Familia and a directory of their research interests, entitled Directory of Irish Family History Research. Non-members can purchase copies of these books.
Since 1985, Familia has set a consistently high standard of balanced articles of wider historical and biographical importance, and providing all-important practical advice on sources for Irish family and local history in the nine-county province of Ulster.
Individual articles can be downloaded using the links below.
List of Articles for the 2012 edition;
RICHARD MCMINN: 'A Big Happy Family for one and all'? The Duffy's and the challenging world of the circus in nineteenth and twentieth century Britain and Ireland
ROSALIND HADDEN: Admiral Lord Molyneux Shuldham (c. 1717-1798) - Longford's Very Able Seaman who first brought the Declaration of Independence to England
DAVID STEERS: 'The very life-blood of Nonconformity is Education' - The Killyleagh Philosophy School, County Down
RICHARD FROGGATT: John Grubb Richardson, the Barcrofts and three generations of a scientific Quaker family
WILLIAM E. HOWARD III, ROBERT J. KEE & DAVID MCFARLAND: Tracing Kee and McKee Genealogy
ARTHUR BELL: 'You're not from here?' An Ulsterman with English roots
EULL DUNLOP: Salvation, schooling and soup? Exploring the nineteenth-century Protestant missionary controversy in the west of Ireland, particularly in the works of Miriam Moffitt
It also contains reviews of the latest genealogical and historical publications, carried out by some of the foremost experts in the academic and historical community