Sunday, 29 July 2012

National Library of Ireland summer workshops

The National Library of Ireland (www.nli.ieis hosting a mammoth session of daily family history lunchtime talks throughout August, from Wednesday 1st to Wednesday 29th. Topics include basic Irish research, online resources, Irish surnames, the diaspora, genetic genealogy, military resources, Scots-Irish emigration, the National Archives of Ireland and much, much more.

For full details of the talks programme please visit www.eneclann.ie/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/list-of-talks.pdf, whilst to find biographies on the speakers please visit www.eneclann.ie/2012/07/summer-lunchtime-series-2012/.

The talks are all free by the way! The talks will be held in the Trustees’ Room at 1pm, no booking required, but seats are on a first come, first served basis.

(With thanks to Fiona Fitzsimons and Brain Donovan at Eneclann and FindmyPast Ireland)

Chris

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