The second of the AGI and National Archives of Ireland Autumn lectures took place on Wednesday September 19 and saw Nicola Morris MAGI (standing in for Georgina Scally) deliver a scintillating, amusing and very informative talk on newspapers as a genealogical resource. A large attendance gave her a rousing reception.
AGI and RTÉ’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’
The first episode of the new RTÉ series of Who Do You Think You Are? will be broadcast this Sunday (9 September). The series follows six well-known Irish people exploring their family history. The series had a large input from Accredited Genealogists Ireland, with Nicola Morris, MAGI, directing and co-ordinating all the genealogical research. Nicola also has been involved in several Irish-related episodes of the UK and US versions of WDYTYA? Nicola Morris was responsible for conducting most of the research on this new RTE series, along with the team from her company, Timeline Research. There were additional research contributions … Read More
The first of the AGI and National Archives of Ireland Autumn Lecture series
There was a great turn-out for the first of the AGI and National Archives of Ireland Autumn Lecture series, which kicked off with Sandra Doble MAGI speaking about Church of Ireland records in the NAI at 6pm this evening. The next lecture will take place in the NAI at 6pm on 19th September with Georgina Scally speaking about newspapers as a source for genealogical research.