Ulster History Circle

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The Ulster History Circle is a heritage organisation that administers Blue Plaques for the area that encompasses the province of Ulster on the island Ireland. It is a voluntary, not for profit organisation, placing commemorative plaques in public places in honour of people and locations that have contributed to all genres of history within the boundary of the Irish province of Ulster, or contemporary country of Northern Ireland. Founded in the early 1980s, the group receives no government funding, unlike many similar organisations in the United Kingdom.

Some of the Blue Plaques Recipients in Ulster

Since the first plaque was formally unveiled over 150 individuals have been honoured, including:[1]


  1. ^ "Ulster History Circle Existing Plaques". Ulster History Circle. Archived from the original on 20 February 2015. Retrieved 20 February 2015.
  2. ^ Deeney, Donna (May 21, 2018), "Blue plaque for Tyrone's 'forgotten' female astronomer Annie Russell Maunder", Belfast Telegraph, retrieved 25 May 2018

External links

  • Ulster History Circle plaques recorded on openplaques.org

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