Reminder: Lunchtime 1916 lectures at the National Library

Members of AGI will present five lunchtime lectures during Adult Learners’ Week 2016. The lectures will introduce genealogical sources that might be used to document ancestors who were alive in 1916 or who were active during the Rising. While the sources will be discussed in the context of the Rising, they are not all exclusive to that period or specifically for Dublin City. The lectures will start at 1.05pm. The programme of lectures that will be presented are as follows: Monday 22nd February Were your Ancestors active in 1916?: Sources in the Irish Military Archives by Nicola Morris MAGI Tuesday … Read More

New AGI member Vincent Brogan

AGI welcomes its first new Member of 2016. Vincent Brogan has been admitted to membership having been an AGI Affiliate since November 2014. Vincent is based in Omagh, Co. Tyrone, and he conducts research on families from throughout the nine counties of the province of Ulster. His special interests are in Co. Tyrone and Ulster Scots research. His full details may be seen on his AGI membership page: https://accreditedgenealogists.ie/vincent-m-brogan-magi/