Monday-Friday, 23-27 February, 1.05pm To celebrate the Aontas Adult Learners’ Festival, AGI are delighted to partner with the National Library of Ireland for this series of 5 free lunchtime lectures introducing the fascinating world of family history research.Over 5 lunchtimes and one evening (time TBC), topics ranging from state and church records, to census returns, land records, tracing 20th century military ancestors, and online genealogical records will be introduced. An open forum where you can discuss your research with professional genealogists will follow Friday’s lecture.No booking is necessary and all are welcome.
Joan Sharkey MAGI is giving a talk titled ‘Filling the gaps: Ussher family history’ at Dublin City Library and Archive Family History Day, next Saturday March 28th.
AGI president Steven Smyrl kicked off the series of lunchtime talks at the National Library of Ireland as part of the Aontas Adult Learners’ Festival today with an introduction to the records of Civil Registration. The series of free lunchtime lectures, delivered by members continues throughout the week at the NLI with one evening lecture on the 25th February. Details of the programme are available here
The full programme of the National Library of Ireland’s Adult Learners’ Festival Genealogy Talks has now been released and is presented below. A talk will be held each lunchtime from 23 to 27 February and there is one additional talk taking place in the evening. All of them will be presented by a member of Accredited Genealogists Ireland. Note also the Open Forum which follows the Friday lunchtime lecture.Lunchtime lectures – 1:05pmMonday 23 February: Civil Registration in Ireland, with Steven Smyrl explaining how to access and interpret the records of the General Register Office.Tuesday 24 February: Irish Census records, with Helen … Read More