Saturday, March 14th, 2015
Free genealogy advisory service in the National Library of Ireland 2015.
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Our panel of genealogists will work alongside the Library's own dedicated staff members - Fran Carroll and Christina McDonnell - to deliver the service.
Earlier this week, Ciara Kerrigan of the National Library said:
"We're very pleased to welcome back Eneclann and Ancestor Network. We expect 2015 to be one of our busiest years ever."
Project Manager Eileen O Duill added:
"The free Genealogy Service is available to all visitors. As an American ex-pat in Ireland, I’m especially keen to reach out to overseas visitors. You’re part of what we are, and we’re here to help you with your research.”
John Hamrock of Ancestor Network added:
“Due to the growing popularity of the National Library programme, the service has been extended from 18th of March to the 31st of October and throughout much of this period we will have extra genealogists on duty to meet the demand from visitors for top notch expert advice on Irish family history research questions.”
The genealogy service is available six days a week,
Monday to Wednesday: 9.30am to 5.00pm,
Thursday and Friday: 9.30am to 4.45pm,
Saturday: 9.15am to 12.45pm.
We will be in the library between the 18th March and 31st October.
The genealogy advisory service is a free service, available to all visitors to the Library.
Venue: Genealogy Room, National Library of Ireland, Kildare St., Dublin 2.
Ph: ++353 (0) 1 6030200