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Irish Genealogy

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Malahide Community School - Adult Learning
Fee: 110
Duration: 10wks
Time: 7:30-9:30PM
Course Locations: County Dublin

Course Details

This Course is run on a Monday night, 7:30 to 9:30pm and runs for 10 weeks.

IRISH GENEALOGY

HOW TO RESEARCH YOUR FAMILY HISTORY

With the success of Who Do You Think You Are? and RTE's forthcoming Genealogy Roadshow, many Irish people have begun to look into their own family's history. This course shows you how to start, where to go and how to record what you find. Topics covered will include the census, birth, death and marriage records, church records, wills and newspapers. No prior knowledge is required but the ability to use a computer is desirable.

The Class tutor is Claire Bradley and Costs euro;110

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