Irish and Scots-Irish Family Research Seminar

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Irish and Scots-Irish Family Research Seminar
March 23, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Fintan Mullan, director of The Ulster Historical Foundation, and Brian Trainor, former director of Northern Ireland’s Public Records Office provide extensive information on sources available for tracing Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors in all parts of Ireland in this all-day seminar. Among the topics are the importance of place and administrative divisions, emigration records, church records, and the farming community.

Complete schedule for the day.

$35; $28 IHS and GSMC members; $12 for potato bar with all the toppings, including cheese (sauce and shredded), steamed vegetables, onions, sour cream and chili, dessert and beverage.

Includes parking and same-day admission to the Indiana Experience.

This class is eligible for 7 general LEUs.

Register online. Call (317) 232-1882 for more information.

Co-hosted by the Indiana Historical Society and the Genealogical Society of Marion County