Thursday, May 8, 2014

Raising Standards in Irish family history through Continuous Professional Development

Family History is very much a "one-man-band", and opportunities for 
Continuous Professional Development are hard to come by.
With this in mind, Eneclann and Ancestor Network have partnered, to 
create a regular series of expert workshops on key topics.

The monthly workshops take place in Trinity College Dublin, and the 
National Library of Ireland.

These are *free events*, open to all family historians and independent 
To ensure we can provide an appropriate workshop environment, numbers 
are limited, and these are ticketed events.
To apply email

To date, the following workshops have taken place:
April 2014, 

Fiona Fitzsimons, Eneclann: How to trace records of children 
raised in care from the 1840s to the 1990s.
Dr. Liz Rushen, Monash University, Melbourne 
Australia: The migration of Irish Women to New South Wales before the 
great Famine.

May 2014, 

Dr. James Ryan, Flyleaf Press: Ghosts of the estates - using 
estate records for family history rsearch.

June 2014, 

Maeve Mullen, Ancestor Network:
Noel Jennkins, Ancestor Network: Visit to the library & archive of the Society of Friends (Quakers), Stocking Lane.

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