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Dublin St. Patrick’s Week: Family History Centre
If you will be in Dublin next week and are curious about your family history, then you are in luck!
As part of Dublin’s St. Patrick’s Festival and in conjunction with The Gathering Ireland 2013, the folks at FindMyPast Ireland are hosting the Family History Centre on March 14-18. This is an exciting event, with lectures, exhibitors, and FREE access to FindMyPast.ie. This is what they have to say about the event:
80 million people worldwide claim Irish ancestry – are you one of them?
The Irish Family History Centre runs throughout the week of the St. Patrick’s Festival and allows you to discover your Irish family history.
Free access to millions of online records from findmypast.ie will give you an insight of what life was like for your ancestors hundreds of years ago in Ireland. Learn how to search for information using the free computers and chat with experienced staff who can answer your questions.
We can all use some expert advice when it comes to our family history research. So, if you are headed to Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day, why not stop by the Family History Centre – click here for more information, including map and opening times.
Here is a list of the exhibitors at the Family History Centre. For a full list of lectures and exhibitors, please click here.
IGRS – Irish Genealogical Research Society
Irish Family History Society
Genealogical Society of Ireland
North of Ireland Family History Society
The Military Archives – Thursday & Friday only
Looks like fun! As if there weren’t enough reasons to visit Dublin this St. Patrick’s Day, here’s another. Hope it is a great success!
And if you need more help tracing the American branch of your family tree after visiting the Family History Centre, look no further…The Irish in America can help! We have had great success finding American cousins for Irish clients. Check out our Find Your Cousins page for more information – click here!