Saturday, January 7, 2012

Special Event--Irish Genealogical Research Ideas

Many CCGS members have family roots in Ireland, but Irish genealogical research presents real challenges for researchers in the United States.  On Saturday, April 28, 2012 Mary Ellen Grogan, an expert in Irish genealogy, will provide a workshop on "Irish Genealogical Research: Some Special Techniques."  The workshop, beginning at 9:30am and concluding at 12:30pm at the Dennis Public Library in Dennisport, will focus on three aspects of Irish investigations:
  •       Griffith's Valuation in depth
  •       Using Court Records in Ireland
  •       Using Loan Records in Ireland.
Ms. Grogan will also stay after the workshop to meet informally with any individuals or group who would like to discuss further ideas on Irish research.

This special event is available to members of the Society for a one-time fee of $10, payable at the door.  If you have Irish roots or even suspected Irish roots,  you will not want to miss this opportunity to meet with a well-recognized authority in this field.

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