AGI Member Sandra Doble to Speak at National Archives Evening Lecture Series

The next lecture in the National Archives of Ireland evening lecture series, titled ‘Researching your Church of Ireland Ancestors’, will be given by Sandra Doble, MAGI. It will cover records of genealogical interest produced by parishes such as church registers and vestry minute books. Access to these records will be outlined and advice given on using online transcriptions of baptism, marriage and burial records.

Sandra Doble is a former accountant but switched career to pursue her passion for family history. In 2012 she set up her own research company, Irish Family Footsteps. She became a member of Accredited Genealogists Ireland in 2015. She holds a Diploma in Family History Research (Distinction) awarded by Independent Colleges and the Institute of Commercial Management. In addition to research for clients, Sandra also works alongside her colleagues in the Genealogy Advisory Service in the National Archives and she co-tutors and lectures for City College’s Family History Diploma.

Venue: online, via Zoom

Date and Time: Thursday, 28th April at 6pm (IST/BST)

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.