Thursday, 2 February 2012


Subject: re workshops on Irish Ancestry In University of Limerick

Information re course...

I write on behalf of the Irish Ancestry Research Centre. We are now
scheduling workshops for the coming year. These skill based workshops are
suitable for anybody interested in researching their family history. It will
provide an introduction to genealogy and the relevant sources, skills and
record-keeping. The workshop assumes no prior experience of historical or
genealogical studies and can be tailored to your needs.
The workshop will focus on key areas such as how to locate online
genealogical sources, both free and subscription based; search online
archives and records; learn to use Griffith's Valuation; learn to access and
search the 1901 and 1911 census and learn how to construct family records
and create your family tree.
To book a place for in house workshop at our training facility on the
University of Limerick Campus or to organise one in your local area please
telephone 061 518355.

IARC Administrator,
Tierney Building,
University of Limerick,
061 518355

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