The Evening Lecture Series continues at the National Archives of Ireland (NAI) with the next presentation by Nicola Morris, MAGI. This will be the second of four talks in the 2019 series given by AGI Members. The first was by John Grenham, MAGI, in April and it drew a large attendance. Nicola will speak on “Estate Records as a Source for Genealogical Research”. Her lecture takes place on Tuesday 11 June at 6pm at the National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin 8.
MIXED MARRIAGES It’s a Black and White issue Tony Hennessy M.A.G.I. Some time ago when carrying out research I came across the marriage record of WILLIAM WHITE & BETTY BLACK, who were married on 22 Oct. 1850 in Seapatrick, Co. Down. I wondered how they got on after the wedding – did they have a chequered life together? Was the question of children a grey area? I opened a ‘Mixed Marriages’ file on my computer and filed them away. Since then I’ve added a few more…. Here’s some marriages that I’m sure were successful: LOVE STRONG (James Love & Jean … Read More