Ireland Civil Registration- Post Famine Research Using Civil Records
Level II: Intermediate
This workshop will provide participants with an in-depth look at the Irish Civil Registration process and resulting records that can be used to identify individuals’ vital information after the 1845/1864 Irish civil registration process was initiated. The workshop will demonstrate how to find birth, marriage, and death records utilizing online sources containing both indexes and images of original records. The focus of the workshop will be on the understanding of and use of non-Catholic marriage records beginning in 1845 and all birth, marriage, and death records beginning in 1864. A case study using only civil registration materials will illustrate how to locate and interpret these records and use them to determine multi-generational family relationships.
September 22nd, 2018
has over 18 years of genealogy research experience. In 2010, he published his own colonial family history spanning over ten generations. He has been published in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record and has taught beginning and advanced genealogical courses at the McClelland and Scottsdale Libraries. Miles is currently a volunteer genealogist and lecturer at the McClelland Library.
Frequently Asked Questions
What materials do I need for this class?
You do not need any specific materials. Make sure to bring whatever device (paper or electronic) you prefer to take notes on. Wireless Internet access is available during the class.
Where is the class held?
The Norton Room is located in the basement of the McClelland Library
How much does the course cost?
Each workshop costs $15 for Library/ICC members and $20 for the general public
How do I register?
Please click on the “Register Now” button at the top of this page.
What if I have additional questions?
If you have additional questions, please call the Genealogy Centre at 602.864.2353 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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