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 Kavanagh – Banished 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!
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