Monday 24 June 2013

Extended hours for NLI's free Genealogy Service

The National Library of Ireland's Genealogy Advisory Service is up and running again as of last Monday.

As last year, the consortium of Eneclann and Ancestor Network is fulfilling the role, but with extended hours of operation. These new arrangements means there will be a professional genealogist available for free consultation right across the lunchtime period, which will be much appreciated, but the service will finish 15 minutes earlier on Thursday and Friday. A genealogist is also available during the Library's normal Saturday opening hours.

These are the hours when the GAS will be available until the end of September:

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 9.30am–5pm
Thursday and Friday: 9.30am–4.45pm
Saturday: 9:15–12:45pm

The GAS supplements the National Library's own staff in the Genealogy Service during the busiest months of the year.

The Library's Genealogy Service operates year-round and provides a very popular and free service to all family historians on a first-come, first-served basis.