Louth County Libraries will be hosting a free Genealogy Seminar on Saturday 14 September. It's part of The Gathering's year-long line-up of events and will be held at Dundalk Library, Roden Place, Dundalk, Co Louth. Here's the programme:
10:00am Seminar Registration & Welcome Address
10:30am Connections, relationships & opportunities when Ireland Reaches Out,
with Henry Healy.
11:15am How to tap into free resources using Irish Lives Remembered genealogy e-magazine,
with Eileen Munnelly.
11:30am Social history of families in Drogheda and South Louth from the 1800's to present,
with Brendan Matthews.
12.45pm Lunch ( a light lunch will be provided on site)
13:30pm Survival through assimilation 1641-1800: Evidence for the people of Ireland,
with Fiona Fitzsimons
14:30pm Genealogy & Local Studies in Louth County Libraries, with Alan Hand and
Genealogy sources in Louth County Archives, with Lorraine McCann
16:00pm Q&A and Close
Numbers are limited, so book as soon as you can by contacting Amanda Branigan,
Louth County Libraries. Tel: 042-9324321 or email.
UPDATE, 12 September: The seminar is fully booked.