The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for public records in Northern Ireland.
Top Reasons To Visit
- PRONI holds a diverse range of archives
- Trace your family tree
- Research local history
- Exhibitions and talks
- Free admission
'Find My Past' Records
Find My Past records are available at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland search room at Titanic Quarter. The acquisition of an annual subscription to the FindMyPast online resources cover not only Ireland and the UK but also contain global information. The records available on the website cover centuries of information and include:
- Birth, marriage, death and parish registers
- Census, land and surveys
- Churches and religion
- Directories and social history
- Education and work
- Institutions and organisations
- Military, armed forces and conflict
- Travel and migration
- 1939 Register (England and Wales).
In addition to FindMyPast, PRONI has also acquired access to the British Newspaper Archive.
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland will deliver a series of lunch time lectures looking at various aspects of the history of maritime disasters and th...location_on Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
Would you like to find out about the different types of weather records held at PRONI and what these can tell you?location_on Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
PRONI is delighted to welcome Dr Conor Curran who will give a lecture on the development of physical education in Northern Ireland.location_on Public Record Office of Northern Ireland