Updated: Feb 27
The March Gathering will be taking place on March 5, at 11:30 am via Zoom.
Guest speaker, Michael Brophy, will talk about the central event in the history of Irish genealogy, the destruction of the Public Records Office in Dublin on June 30, 1922, near the end of the Irish Civil War.
Learn how to access existing vital records and census records, as well as other research materials, online and through film rental without the time and expense necessary to travel to Ireland.
About the speaker:
Michael is a genealogist in the Boston area doing general research in lineage including vital records, census, federal records, missing heirs, immigration, military records, probate, and other sources.
MBA Suffolk University 1996 BBA University of Massachusetts 1987 >Institute of Historic and Genealogy Research Samford University Tracing Your English Ancestors Research 2009 Irish Genealogical Research 2008 Professional Genealogy 2007 >Director Of Publicity Massachusetts Genealogical Council >Member: New England Historic and Genealogical Society >Member: The Irish Ancestral Research Association
ME, MA, NH, RI, VT, New England, Boston, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Ireland, Canada - All
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