Ireland Branch Annual Open Day

If you’re in Dublin, or can be, on Saturday 18th May, why not join the IGRS’ Ireland Branch for its annual Open Day at Dublin City Library & Archives on Pearse Street, Dublin 2?

We’ve a full day of great lectures, with plenty of time for catching up over lunch.

Four talks: two before lunch and two after lunch.  There will be a silent raffle.  As in previous years, the event is free and everyone is welcome, members and non-members alike.

The speakers are:

Ian d’Alton – ‘A pile of stones, a living memory, a family member: Bowen’s Court, Elizabeth Bowen, and imagining the Irish gentry.’

Joan Sharkey – ‘Some families of interest in the Raheny Area‘.

Joan KavanaghBanished Beyond the Seas: NAI records of convict transportation to Australia, 1788-1868′”

David Butler – ‘Publishing Research in The Irish Genealogist

Here’s a link to the schedule.

Members and non-members are welcome. You don’t need to book and admission is free!

Please spread the word.

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