They record details on landholding, tenants, farming, towns, transport, emigration, politics and local administration, as well as the building of schools and churches. You’ll want to visit PRONI to see if the records you’re seeking are available online or if they’re only available on-site.. 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. Comments or queries about angling can be emailed to anglingcorrespondence@daera-ni.gov.uk. For queries or advice about criminal record checks, email ani@accessni.gov.uk, Application and payment queries can be emailed to ema_ni@slc.co.uk. Comments or queries about angling can be emailed to anglingcorrespondence@daera-ni.gov.uk. Dr. Susan Hood, Librarian and Archivist at the Representative Church Body, Dublin and Rev. Don't include any personal or financial information, for example National Insurance, credit card numbers, or phone numbers. The administration of these estates produced a large quantity of records, including maps, rentals, and account books. For queries or advice about passports, contact HM Passport Office. For queries or advice about claiming compensation due to a road problem, contact DFI Roads claim unit. For queries or advice about pensions, contact the Northern Ireland Pension Centre. You must be aged 13 years or older - if you’re younger, ask someone with parental responsibility to send the feedback for you. To fill the gaps, PRONI has collected a substantial number of census substitutes. Records of birth, marriage & death Church and Congregational Registers of Baptism, Marriage and Burial. You must be aged 13 years or older - if you’re younger, ask someone with parental responsibility to send the feedback for you. The most important of these are church records. Church of Ireland : St. Saviour Portadown: 1858-1863: PRONI: MIC583/5: Open for public research: Church of Ireland : St. Saviour Portadown: 1964 - 1871 - 1862 - LC: Church of Ireland : St. Saviour Portadown: 1845-1922: AA: Online transcript ($) Church of Ireland : The Diamond: 1848-1877: Held by the Public Record Office in 1919. PRONI is undertaking an ongoing project to digitise church records which are still held by churches. Additionally it can be assumed that PRONI holds while the microfilm copies of many collections for parishes 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. Any Text : Description and Title: Description Only: Title Only The Irish Archives The Irish Archives is a family history research tool for users whose main interest is that of Irish genealogy and the search for family roots in Ireland. If your query is about another benefit, select ‘Other’ from the drop-down menu above. If you wish to report a problem with a road or street you can do so online in this section. 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 employment rights, contact the Labour Relations Agency. Denomination Church Baptisms Marriages Burials Location Ref. For queries or advice about claiming compensation due to a road problem, contact DFI Roads claim unit. Guides to PRONI records, PRONI Guide to Church Records. The nidirect privacy notice applies to any information you send on this feedback form. According to the Presbyterian Historical Society (see below), PRONI's 'coverage is so extensive that there are relatively few congregations whose records have not been deposited in some form in PRONI. For queries or advice about criminal record checks, email ani@accessni.gov.uk, Application and payment queries can be emailed to ema_ni@slc.co.uk. Church of Ireland . If you have a question about a government service or policy, you should contact the relevant government organisation directly as we don’t have access to information about you held by government departments. MIC354 or D623/B - please note that you cannot use the wildcard function (*) Or: Select the individual letter then the archive prefix: e.g. For queries or advice about employment rights, contact the Labour Relations Agency. For queries or advice about rates, email:rating@lpsni.gov.uk, For queries or advice about property valuation, email:valuation@lpsni.gov.uk, For queries or advice about land registry, email:CustomerInformation.LandRegistration@finance-ni.gov.uk, For mapping queries, email:Mapping.Helpdesk@finance-ni.gov.uk. For queries or advice about  60+ and Senior Citizen SmartPasses (which can be used to get concessionary travel on public transport), contact Smartpass - Translink. PRONI & ULSTER Research Services. For queries or advice about Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs), including parking tickets and bus lane PCNs, email dcu@infrastructure-ni.gov.uk. St Columb’s Cathedral (CR1/113), Londonderry; Your family tree series information leaflet 3 - Church records PDF (573 KB) Help viewing documents. The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) has microfilmed nearly all registers of Ireland's Presbyterian congregations. If you wish to report a problem with a road or street you can do so online in this section. Hons [Record Agent] PRONI RESEARCH . The following digitised church records are now available to view onsite at PRONI. https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Ireland_Presbyterian_Church_Records The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI; Ulster-Scots: Apen Scrow Oaffis o Norlin Airlann; Irish: Oifig Taifead Poiblí Thuaisceart Éireann) is situated in Belfast, Northern Ireland.It is a division within the Engaged Communities Group of the Department for Communities (DfC).. Contacts for common benefits are listed below. Rent rolls, leases and … We will not reply to your feedback. You need a Visitor's Pass if you want to trace ancestors through these records. If you have a comment or query about benefits, you will need to contact the government department or agency which handles that benefit. We will not reply to your feedback. [CDATA[//>. This computerised system holds Northern Ireland civil registration records as follows: Births – 1864 to date . This feedback form is for issues with the nidirect website only. This talk entitled 'Using Church Records' was given by Valerie Adams on 25th March 2015 in PRONI. Transcripts of some of those returns, including just six Ulster counties, were made before the 1922 fire which destroyed them all. [CDATA[//>