Current genealogy events

Monday 27 June: Public release of the Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland. Livestream from 11:30am here.

Monday 27 June: The Irish Civil War Part 1: From Treaty Talks to Fire at the Four Courts, with Cathy Scuffill. Host: Dublin City Council Historians-in-Residence Talk Series. An in-person event at Ringsend Library, Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin 4. 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Free. All welcome. Details and booking.

Tuesday 28 June: Snooping on Your Ancestors' Neighbours: How to Juggle Online Census Records, with John Grenham MAGI. An in-person event. Hosts: Dublin City Librairies and Raheny Family History Society. Venue: Raheny Library, Howth Road, Dublin 5. Free. 7:30pm. Register here.

Tuesday 28 June: WWI and the sinking of the Lusitania, with Ludovica Neglie. An online talk hosted by the National Library of Ireland. 3pm. Free, but need to register.

Tuesday 28 June: Building the Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland: Scope, Scale and Transformations, an online webinar from the Trinity Long Room Hub, Arts and Humanities Research Institute. How was a destroyed archive recreated? A showcase for each of the researchers involved in Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland who will describe their work and the challenges the team faced, and how their decisions have shaped the end-result, which went online on 27 June. Noon to 2pm. Free, but need to register.

Wednesday 29 June: The Irish Civil War Part 1: From Treaty Talks to Fire at the Four Courts, with Dr Cormac Moore. Host: Dublin City Council Historians-in-Residence Talk Series. An in-person event at Coolock Library, Barryscourt Road, Dublin 17. 6:30 to 7:30pm. All welcome. Tickets free, but places are limited, so advance booking is recommended. Details.

Wednesday 29 June: Spiritual Wounds: The North and the Civil War, with Dr Síobhra Aiken. Host: Áras Uí Chonghaile | James Connolly Visitor Centre, 374-376 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 6DG. An in-person event (will be recorded). 7pm. Register by email to info@arasuichonghaile.com.

Wednesday 29 June: The Irish Civil War Part 1: From Treaty Talks to Fire at the Four Courts, an in-person event with Dr. Mary Muldowney. Host and venue: Central Library, Ilac Shopping Centre, Henry Street, Dublin 1. 6:30pm. All welcome. Free but need to register.

Thursday 30 June: "Spies and Robbers beware!" The execution of civilians suspected of spying by the Anti-Treaty IRA, with Padraig Og O'Ruairc. An in-person event hosted by the National Archives of Ireland and Limerick CCC. Part of The Treaty 1921 lunchtime lecture series. Free. All welcome. 1pm to 2pm. Venue: The People's Museum, Pery Square, Limerick City. 1pm to 3:30pm. Lecture followed by Q&A with all previous speakers in the lecture series and LCCC Archivist Jacqui Hayes.

Thursday 30 June: The Irish Civil War Part 2: From Béal na Bláth to Arms Dump, with Dr James Curry. Host: Dublin City Council Historians-in-Residence Talk Series. An in-person event at Cabra Library, Navan Road, Cabra, Dublin 7. 1pm. Free. All welcome but need to book.

Tuesday 5 July: The Irish Civil War Part 2: From Béal na Bláth to Arms Dump, with Cathy Scuffil. The Irish Civil War:Dublin City Council Historians-in-Residence Talk Series An in-person event at Pembroke Library, Anglesea Road, Dublin 4. 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM IST. Free. All welcome but need to book. Details and booking.

Wednesday 6 July: The Rebel Doctor: Kathleen Lynn, with Mary McAuliffe. Host: Áras Uí Chonghaile | James Connolly Visitor Centre, 374-376 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 6DG. An in-person event (will be recorded). 7pm. Register by email to info@arasuichonghaile.com.

Saturday 9 July: Why you want Quaker ancestors, with Claire Bradley. An online event hosted by the Irish Genealogical Research Society. Non-members welcome. Free. 2:30pm to 5pm. Need to register.

Saturday 9 July: Arthur Griffith walking tour – a walk from Henrietta Street to Glasnevin cemetery, with historian John Seery. 11am to 12:30pm. Ticket: €11.53. Need to book.

Sunday 10 July: Trilangue: Ireland and Québec in Music and Film. An in-person event at Station House Theatre, Clifden, Co Galway. 8pm. Tickets start at €16.87. Live music and dance performance and film screening. Booking.