Ulster Volunteer Force

Spender Papers

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Personal and political papers of Sir Wilfred Spender (1876-1960), Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, 1926-1944. Comprising correspondence, memoranda, diaries, press cuttings, and other documents, the Spender Papers are an essential resource in documenting the emergence and development of Northern Ireland as a political entity during the early 20th century. Reflecting the various facets an ...

Ulster Unionist Council Archive

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Papers of the Ulster Unionist Council, 1886-1986. Formally established in 1905, the Ulster Unionist Council was set up to advance and defend the interests of Ulster Unionists. Since 1905, the Council has played a leading role in representing the Unionist population of Ulster, directing the policy of Ulster Unionism through from the Home Rule Crisis of 1912-14 and the foundation of the State of Nor ...

Falls & Hanna Papers

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Legal and business records of Falls & Hanna, solicitors, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, 1613-1950. A huge collection of some 50,000 documents, the Falls & Hanna Papers are a significant resource for the Fermanagh area containing material of relevance to its major families, businesses and local politics. The papers to be found relate to the firm itself, family, legal and testamentary papers, Irish Lan ...

Abercorn Papers

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Estate, family and political papers of the Hamilton family, Dukes of Abercorn, of Baronscourt, Co. Tyrone, c 1219-1963. Containing approx. 30,000 documents, the Abercorn papers are amongst one of the most important landed estate collections held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. It comprises comprehensive series of title deeds, leases, rentals, maps, accounts, correspondence etc rel ...