Irish Genealogy Seminar, Phoenix, September 8th

There will be a day-long seminar on Irish genealogy at the Irish Cultural Center in Phoenix on Saturday September 8th.

The speaker is Eileen M. Ó Dúill, Certified Genealogist and Member of the Association of Professional Genealogists in Ireland. The topics of her four one-hour talks are:

    • Introduction to Irish Genealogy: where do I start?
    • Dublin, 30 June 1922: did everything blow up?
    • Mrs. Fancy Tart is Coming to Tea: making sense of family stories.
    • Come to Ireland to Find Your Irish Ancestors.

The day’s program also includes tours of the new McClelland Irish Library, lunch, and a question-and-answer session. Registration is $30 for Cultural Center members and $40 for non-members. September 5th is the deadline, but only 100 reservations will be accepted, so sign up now if you’d like to go.

Please see the registration form for full details including contact information.

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One Response to Irish Genealogy Seminar, Phoenix, September 8th

  1. Mike Carroll says:

    From Lynne Brooke: “Eileen M. Ó Dúill is a nationally recognized speaker on Irish research. She lives in Ireland and has done Irish research for many years. Folks with Irish research should try to hear her.”

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