In collaboration with Dublin City Council’s Culture Club and under the title ‘Ask the Genealogist’, the National Archives of Ireland is hosting a talk to be given by leading Irish genealogist, John Grenham.
The last decade has seen an explosion in the online availability of Irish genealogical records, mostly free, meaning that most people with Irish ancestors can now easily and cheaply take their family back at least to the early nineteenth century. This talk by John Grenham, a founding member of Accredited Genealogists Ireland and author of the key-guide to Irish geneaslogy, Tracing Your Irish Ancestors, will give details on how to utilise these online tools to conduct your own research.
Date and Time: Thursday, 24th February, at 5.30pm (GMT), via Zoom
You can find out more and book your free place HERE
NB: Once you have registered, the Zoom link for this online event will be sent to you in a reminder email 48 hours in advance.