Famila 2012 (No. 28) (DAMAGED)

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    Trevor Parkhill
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    Ulster Historical Foundation
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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 Histgorical 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.

Famila 2012 contains the following articles:

RICHARD McMINN: ‘A Big Happy Family for one and all’? The Duffys and the challenging world of the circus in nineteenth and twentieth century Britain and Ireland

ROSALIND FIADDEN: 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: James Grubb Richardson, the Barcrofts and three generations of a scientific Quaker family

WILLIAM B. HOWARD III, ROBERT J. KEE and DAVID McFARLAND: Tracing Kee and McKee Genealogy — Using Pedigrees and DNA

ARTHUR BELL: ‘You’re not from here?’ An Ulsterman with English roots

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