Irish family history event coming to Little Rock

Want to discover your Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors? 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, others survived and large collections have come online in recent years.

Join Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt from the Ulster Historical Foundation during their annual United States lecture tour to learn how to get the most out of Irish resources and records, gain strategies for breaking down brick walls, and grasp important historical context that may help fill in gaps in your research.

Whether you are just beginning your Irish research or have been at it for years, you won’t want to miss these workshops!

Saturday, March 21 

9 a.m.–3 p.m.       

Darragh Center, located in the Main Library, 100 Rock Street, Little Rock, Arkansas         

info@agsgenealogy.org

Cost: free. Lunch will be on your own – several eating establishments are nearby

No registration required. Capacity for 100 people but places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis on the day.

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