The innovative historical resource brings together several distinct historical records for the first time, to make a searchable biography of settlers in Ulster in the 17th century.
The Ulster Settlers Database, which brings together several distinct 17th-century historical records for the first time, is now accessible to researchers on a new website.
A valuable biographical and historical digital resource, the database makes innovative use of historical data relating to the English and Scottish men and women who settled in Ulster in the period between 1609 and 1641 along with the Gaelic Irish inhabitants who they interacted with.
The searchable database, which may be may be of interest to local history, genealogy and academic researchers, comprises a wide selection of sources ranging from military musters and plantation grants to judicial records and secondary literature.
You can read more in an article in the IrishCentral web site at: https://www.irishcentral.com/ulster-settlers-database.