Lectures Programme 2018

Date Title Lecturer
Tue May 8th DNA and Irish Genealogy: Where to now?DNA testing has taken off in Ireland (and worldwide) in the past few years with over 14 million people in the databases. Several Irish initiatives have helped to spark this interest, including academic studies (such as the Irish DNA Atlas project), the Genetic Genealogy Ireland conferences (held in Dublin & Belfast), and the formation of the ISOGG Ireland group. But where is Irish genetic genealogy headed? And where will it be in 5 years time? Dr Maurice Gleeson
 Tue June 12th History and Genealogy – you can’t have one without the other.Declan who is undertaking a PhD in Maynooth, bases this talk on his recently published book” Culture, polities and Local Government in Fingal 1891- 1914”. The research for this book involved the complimentary use of historical and genealogical sources to trace the elite relationships, networks and dynasties that existed and their relative ascent, decline and survival. Declan will have copies of the above book available for sale on the night. Declan F Brady
 Date to be confirmed
Genealogy as a contribution to Local History

Having undertaken extensive research on my Saunderson family tree, I realised I had amassed very considerable information on the history of their place of origin in County Cavan. I have now compiled an extensive history of the townland and want to encourage others while undertaking genealogical research  to also undertake research on the loaction of their ancestors, (rural or urban), that might be of particular significance or interest to them. I think this would be a very valuable contribution to the knowledge bank of future generations.

 Billy Saunderson
All lectures are delivered at Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute, Cumberland Street, Dun Laoghaire
Lectures are at 8.00pm.  A donation of €3 to cover costs is expected

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Lectures

Lectures 2018

Month Day Title Lecturer Video Link
January 9th Newspaper archives as a source of genealogical information Georgina Scally Video
February  13th  Irish DNA Atlas: An update  Ed Gilbert  Video
March  13th  Monsignor O’Flaherty  Aidan Feerick  Video
 April 10th  Irish Civic Heraldry – People, Places and the Past  Stanislav Zamyatin Moore  Video

Lectures 2017

Month Day Title Lecturer Video link
January 10th Databases for Genealogical Research at Dublin City Library & Archive Dr Mary Clarke
February 14th Defence Forces:  Developments at the Military Archives 2017 Capt. Daniel Ayiotis Video
March  14th  National Library Ireland : The Manuscript Collections of the Genealogical Office  Ciara Kerrigan Video
April 11th Digitised online resources and complementary sources for researching family history Tom Quinlan Video
May 9th The story of our DNA Mike Mulligan, Ancestry Video
June 13th How Online Sources Helped Put Flesh on the Bones of the Beglan Family Tree. Mary Beglan Video
July 11th Finding my Irish Story Brian Donovan, findmypast Video
August 8th OpenStreetMaps: Where historical geography meets genealogy Brian Hollinshead Video
September 12th Some residents of Killarney Road, Bray Brian White Video
October 10th DMP Casualties during the War of Independence – Part Three. James Scannell Video
November 14th Irishgenealogy.ie – A National Treasure…. Tadg O’Shea Video
December 12th Finding women in the sources - Fiona Fitzsimons

Lectures 2016

Month Day Title Lecturer Video link
January 12th An Irish Australian in WW1 Maura Flood
February 9th Walter Carpenter (1972‐1926) – a Kingstown Denizen of the 1900s Charles Callan
March 8th Church of Ireland Family Records Derek Neilson
April 12th Quaker Family Records  Noel Jenkins
May 10th Forgotten but not gone – Experiences of Returning Ex‐Servicemen in the Irish Free State Declan F Brady
June 14th Yitzhak Herzog – the Sinn Fein Rabbi Stuart Rosenblatt
July 12th The Irish DNA Atlas – a Study of Genetic Diversity in Ireland Ed Gilbert
August 9th Sisters of the Revolutionaries: Margaret and Mary Bridget Pearse Teresa O’Donnell
September 13th Linking Genealogy and Social History Billy Saunderson
October 11th Easter 1916 – Rising or Civil War Mal Murray
November 8th Tracing Irish Police Ancestors Jim Herlihy
December 13th The evolution of the Irish harp emblem Stanislav Zamyatin Video

Lectures Programme 2015

January 13th 2015 - Matchmaking and Marriage Customs in 19th Century Ireland - Sean O Duill
February 10th 2015 - The Comerfords in Ireland: disentangling myths and legends to find true origins - Patrick Comerford
March 10th 2015 - Researching Irish Emigrants to the US - Maura Flood
April 14th 2015 - ancestry.com as a resource for the genealogist
May 12th 2015 - Researching Jewish Ancestry in Ireland - Stuart Rosenblatt
June 9th 2015 - Records of the Dublin Metropolitan Police - James Scannell
July 14th 2015 - Genetic Genealogy - Gerard Corcoran
August 11th 2015 - After The Ball Was Over - Frank Tracy
September 8th 2015 - Dublin Dock Records - Declan Byrne
October 13th 2015 - Famine Roads and Ghost Villages of Co. Mayo – Charles Egan
November 10th 2015 - The Reverend Thomas Goff of Carriglea Kingstown Co Dublin – David Doyle
December 8th 2015 - Using simple tools to Document your Family History Better – A Demonstration – Tom Conlon

Lectures Programme 2014

Tuesday 4th January 2014 - Kingstown-Dun Laoghaire 1913 Week by Week - by Charles Callan
Tuesday 11th February 2014 - 19th century property tax and Griffiths Valuation - by Aidan Feerick
Tuesday 11th March 2014 - Pearse St Library as a resource for the family history researcher - by Maire Kennedy
Tuesday 8th April 2014 - Maritime Matters - by Brian Scott
Tuesday 13th May 2014 - Technology and Genealogy from a layperson's point of view - by Maura Flood
Tuesday 10th June 2014 - Clans of Ireland – a case study of the O’Donnell clan - by Francis M O’Donnell
Tuesday 8th 2014 July - Developments in The National Archives to assist the Genealogist - Gregory O Connor
Tuesday 12th August 2014 -OpenStreetMap – community and historical mapping for all - Brian Hollinshead
Tuesday 9th September 2014 -Irish Genealogy Online: the Digital Revolution - Brian Donovan
Tuesday 14th October 2014 - Commonwealth War Graves Records for Ireland - Patrick Hugh Lynch
Tuesday 11th November 2014 - Loughlinstown Workhouse - Liam Clare
Tuesday 9th December 2014 - Researching  a Family Business - Resources in the Dublin City Library and Archive - Eithne Massey

Lectures Programme 2013

  • Tuesday 8th January 2013Irish Army Records by Comdt. Pádraic Kennedy
  • Info. re. WW1 & WW2 Battlefields Tour organised by former members of the Irish Defence Forces – click here
  • Tuesday 12th February 2013Dún Laoghaire Harbour & its Board by Gráinne Shaffrey
  • Tuesday 12th March 2013 (Annual General Meeting)Rental Sources as a Resource for the Genealogist by Dr. James Ryan
  • Tuesday 9th April 2013Ancestry.com as an archival resource for the genealogist – present and future by Eric Booth
  • Tuesday 14th May 2013The Preservation of Old Documents by Christine Deakin
  • Tuesday 11th June 2013The Ordnance Survey Office as a Genealogical Resource by Leonard Hynes
  • Tuesday 9th July 2013The Shamrock Fund in World War 1 by Brian White
  • Tuesday August 13th 2013 ‘Irish and British Maritime Records’ by David Snook
  • Tuesday September 10th 2013‘Medical Records of the Royal College of Physicians’ by Harriet Wheelock
  • Tuesday October 8th 2013‘Rental Records as a Genealogical Source’ by James Ryan
  • Tuesday November 12th 2013‘Children in Care – Records of Pre-1952 Adoptions’ by Fiona Fitzsimons
  • Tuesday December 10th 2013‘The resources of Ancestry.com as a support for the Genealogist’ by Eric Booth

Lectures Programme 2012

  • Tuesday 10th JanuaryQuaker Records in Ireland by Rob Goodbody
  • Tuesday 14th February - The Sinking of the Vanguard off Kish in 1875 by Declan Heffernan
  • Tuesday 13th March  – Some Sources for Family History Research in the City Archives by John Grenham
  • Tuesday 10th AprilSt Brides Church of Ireland Parish Records by Ronnie Wallace
  • Tuesday 8th MayDMP Casualties during the War of Independence by James Scannell
  • Tuesday 12th JuneUnderstanding Church Records and their value to the Family History by Dr. Jim Ryan of Flyleaf Press
  • Tuesday 10th July -The Care and Restoration of old Family Photographs by Edmund Ross
  • Tuesday 14th AugustThe Records of the Irish Railway Records Society by Norman E. Gamble
  • Tuesday 11th SeptemberThe Records of the Royal Irish Academy as a Resource for the Family History Researcher by Siobhán FitzPatrick
  • Tuesday 9th OctoberThe Registry of Deeds as Aide for the Genealogist by Dara Guidera and Emily Moore
  • Tuesday 13th NovemberRichard Griffith (1784-1878), Public Servant, Valuator and Geologist by Dr. Patrick N Wyse Jackson
  • Tuesday 11th DecemberThe Archives of the Royal Dublin Society – some Recent Developments by Natasha Serne

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