Irish Surnames and Sources: What about the Evidence and How to Use it

Irish Surnames and Sources: What about the Evidence and How to Use it   6 December, UCC. Boole 1 Theatre.

Irish Surnames and Sources: What about the Evidence and How to Use it      
6th December Boole 1, Boole Theatre, UCC, 10-4.30
Wonderful seminar day scheduled for UCC at Boole 1, Boole Theatre commencing at 10 a.m.- 4.30p.m. on the 6th December on Irish family research. "Irish surnames and Sources - what about the evidence and how to use it" This event is free of charge but booking is essential. Please email Lorna at l.moloney@ucc.ie  or telephone 085-8721184. This event is open to all.
Our speakers are Kenneth Nicholls, Fiona Fitzsimons, Paul MacCotter, Michael C. Keane, David Ryan and Lorna Moloney.

Programme Timetable
10.00 - Lorna Moloney - Mapping Material Evidence: the Gaelic Lordships of the MacNamaras and O'Briens of Thomond

10.45 - Michael Christopher Keane - The Transplantation  of the Seven Septs of Laois to Kerry and the Continuing Presence of their Descendants in North Kerry

11.30 - Break

12:00 - Kenneth W. Nicholls - Surnames, Deceptive and Protean

13:00 -14:00 - Lunch

14:00 -14.45 - Fiona Fitzsimons - What's left in the Record: using Parish Registers for Family and Social History

14:45 - 3.30 - Paul MacCotter - Archives and Manuscripts, how to use them in Genealogy

3.30-4.00 - Break and discussion

4.00 - 4.30 - David Ryan - Tracing your Cork ancestry - Surnames and Sources




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