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Thursday, 25 June 2015

National Archives of Ireland: Summer lecture series

The National Archives of Ireland (NAI) has announced a Summer series of lectures called 'Your Ancestors and the Nation’s Archives'. Each of the six lectures will be presented by a member of Accredited Genealogists Ireland and will be delivered in the NAI's Reading Room, Bishop Street, Dublin 8.

Here's the schedule:

July
Tuesday 7th  : Wills & Their Whereabouts, with Steven Smyrl MAGI. (Testamentary records)
Tuesday 21st : Indeed, They Are My Ancestors, with Paul Gorry MAGI. (Registry of Deeds)

August
Tuesday 11th : DNA Today, with Margaret Jordan MAGI. (DNA)
Tuesday 25th : Of Much Genealogical Value, with Aiden Feerick MAGI. (Valuation records)

September
Tuesday 8th  : Anglicans Aren’t All Anglo!, with Rosaleen Underwood MAGI. (C of I records)
Tuesday 22st : Maps, Rentals & Terriers, with Nicola Morris MAGI. (Irish Estate records)

Each lecture will begin at 5:15pm and will be of about an hour's duration. They are free to attend but you need to book in advance by emailing bookings@nationalarchives.ie. All researchers and interested members of the public are invited.