Online Learning: Irish Genealogical Research, Sources and Methods

$ 74.95

Many people believe that researching Irish ancestors is impossible because of the destruction of the Public Record Office in 1922. While many records were destroyed, other sources, such as deeds and Catholic Church records still exist. The growth of available online records has also resulted in many more people finding their ancestors in Ireland. This online course provides you with key tips, research techniques, and resources to assist in your Irish research, especially as it pertains to 19th-century Irish immigrants.

Topics include: 

  • Locating Irish Origins: North American Research
  • Problem Solving in Irish Genealogy
  • Researching Irish Ancestors Online

This virtual course includes:

  • Three, one-hour recorded class sessions
  • Handouts with key terms and principles
  • Slides of the class presentations (in worksheet and large format)

About the Instructor:

Christopher C. ChildMarie E. Daly is the past president and co-founder of TIARA (the Irish Ancestral Research Association) and has been researching, lecturing, and writing about Irish genealogy since 1976. She joined the NEHGS staff in 1987 as Business Manager, became Chief Financial Officer in 1998, and was named Director of Library Services in 2002. Today she is Senior Genealogist at the Society. She received a B.S. from Northeastern University and an MPH from Boston University. She is particularly interested in old Irish graveyards and has transcribed the tombstone inscriptions in several Irish cemeteries in the Boston area. Marie is coauthor of Genealogist's Handbook for Irish Research (NEHGS, 2016).

To download course materials:
Once this course is purchased, you will receive two emails confirming your purchase and a third separate email from FetchApp with a link to download the PDFs and/or video materials (be sure to check your junk mail and SPAM filters). Using that link, you will have 3 months to download all materials to your computer or device. Please note: This course originally broadcast in 2015 and does not include the moderated introduction and original Q&A sessions. If you were a student of the original online course, please contact education@nehgs.org as you do not need to purchase this product again. Learn more about our upcoming first-run courses and their additional benefits.