Irish Genealogy Workshop
Saturday, October 13, 2018
All webinars airing in Central Standard Time!
Session 1 &2
09:30 a.m. Introduction to Irish and Scots-Irish Research (1hr)
Understanding Irish Townlands: the Importance of Place, Identity and Administrative Divisions (1 hr)
Noon – Church Records for Use in Genealogical Research Including Lesser Known Administrative Records – Vestry Minute books, Communicant Rolls, etc (1 hour)
Session 4 & 5
1:30 Using Printed Sources for Irish Family History: Newspapers, Street Directories, Ordnance Survey Memoirs and British Parliamentary Papers on Ireland (1 hour)
& Using Landed Estate Records: Tracing Families in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century (1 hour)
4 p.m. Law and Order Records in Ireland (30 mins) & Question and Answer Session (includes online database lookups) (30 mins)
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Downloadable Handouts for Two-Day Irish Genealogy Workshop 2018
ulster-historical-foundation-historical_timeline (Available In Person At Workshop)
timeline-for-the-plantation-of-ulster (Available In Person At Workshop)
See you at the Library!