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From: "Joy Rich" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] "Researching Genealogical Resources in IrelandLong-distance" Seminar
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 23:09:14 -0400
Thank you, Jeannette. Sorry you can't be there!
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From: Jeanette Daniels
To: Joy Rich ;
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2008 11:02 PM
Subject: Re: [APG] "Researching Genealogical Resources in Ireland Long-distance" Seminar
This seminar sounds wonderful! I wish I didn't live so far away and that I had known
about this sooner.
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From: Joy Rich <>
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Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2008 1:24:26 PM
Subject: [APG] "Researching Genealogical Resources in Ireland Long-distance" Seminar
"Researching Genealogical Resources in Ireland Long-distance"
Sunday, September 28th, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
In their only New York City-area appearance in 2008, two internationally-acclaimed experts
on genealogical research in Ireland - Dr. William Roulston, Research Director of Ulster
Historical Foundation in Belfast, and Dr. Brian Trainor, the Foundation's retired Research
Director and the former Director of the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland - will
present an information-packed afternoon on researching genealogical resources in Ireland
long-distance. The seminar is open to members of the New York Irish History Roundtable and
Drs. Roulston and Trainor will give four lectures that focus on genealogical resources in
a variety of repositories in the thirty-two counties of Northern Ireland and the Republic
of Ireland, including many of the lesser-known resources.
The afternoon will begin with a general introductory lecture, followed by specialized
talks. The lectures are "Introduction to Irish and Scots-Irish Family History Research,"
"The Three Cs: Church Registers, Census Records and Civil Registration Records,"
"Gravestone Inscriptions," and "Not Always at the Bottom of the Pile." Time will be
allotted for questions after each lecture.
The seminar will take place on Sunday, September 28th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., in the
McNally Amphitheatre of Fordham Law School at Lincoln Center, located at 140 W. 62nd
Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus avenues. Take the A, B, C, D, or 1 subway line to
59th Street-Columbus Circle. The price of admission is $15 for Roundtable members and $20
Ulster Historical Foundation, established in 1956, is one of the principal genealogical
research agencies in Ireland and a leading publisher of quality historical, educational,
and genealogical books. The UHF website is at http://www.ancestryireland.com .
The New York Irish History Roundtable is a non-denominational, non-political, registered
not-for-profit corporation. Its members include both professional and amateur historians
and genealogists. Membership is open to all. The Roundtable website is at
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