"Ireland's most active genealogical society"
The Genealogical Society of Ireland is rightly called “Ireland’s most active Genealogical Organisation”. At any time, a range of projects are going on or being planned. Frequently, these projects need help from volunteering members.
Such projects might include:-
- Recording and publication of cemetery inscriptions
- Extracting information from original documents into databases
- Preparation and publication of journals, books, etc
- One-off projects e.g. Assembly and shipping of books for Sarajevo University following major fire
Details of projects will appear here from time to time
Details of research activities will appear here from time to time
GenSocIreland is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting - the Topic is 'Introduction to GSI online resources'Time: 08:00 PM Tuesday 9th February 2021 Meeting ID: 995 9185 6018 Passcode: 218703 Join Zoom Meeting...
Keeping the society going is always a challenge. And we always have plans for the future, which are impossible to progress. We keep our costs to an absolute minimum – all of the Society activities are provided by volunteers, and expenses must be fully justified,...
An Daonchartlann reopening on APPOINTMENT ONLY basis (no exceptions).
COVID-19 - Level 3 Restrictions
Ireland’s Genealogical Gazette September 2020 Issue is out now
An Daonchartlann - Archive & Research of the @GenSocIreland will be CLOSED on Wednesday 19th August 2020. An Daonchartlann will reopen at 10.00hrs on Wednesday 26th August at 10.00hrs by APPOINTMENT ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org
An Daonchartlann & Covid-19 An Daonchartlann – Archive & Research Centre is open each Wednesday between 10.00hrs to 16.00hrs (subject to current advice at the time) The new system for operating the archive due to Covid-19, is as follows. (1) All visits...
Ireland’s Genealogical Gazette July 2020 Issue is out now
Ireland's Genealogical Gazette December Issue is out now. ......Previous Issue
The next coffee morning is on Wednesday 27th November at 10.30 at Hardy’s Bar in the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire. A donation of €3 is expected