Accredited Genealogists Ireland feature in the National Archives of Ireland Evening Lecture Series, which commences on 27th June 2017 at 6pm. AGI members will be giving the following talks:
- 27th June My ancestors were sent to jail – hurray! Tony Hennessy, Accredited Genealogists Ireland
- 4th July Irish emigration records: an illustrated discussion of sources for researching an ancestor’s migration from Ireland. Brian Mitchell, Accredited Genealogists Ireland
- 11th July Newspapers as a source for genealogical research. Georgina Scally, Accredited Genealogists Ireland
- 18th July Tracing an Irish military ancestor: an examination of 19th and 20th century records that document the Irish in the British Army as well as service in Republican forces during the revolutionary period from 1913 to 1922. Nicola Morris, Accredited Genealogists Ireland
- 25th July Researching your Church of Ireland ancestors. Sandra Doble, Accredited Genealogists Ireland
The talks are free and open to the public and no booking is required. For details of the full programme see: http://www.nationalarchives.