Exploring Your Archives in Depth
Exploring Your Archives in Depth: Practical Workshops in Family and Local History
January to February 2014
PRONI is pleased to announce an upcoming workshop series on archival sources for family and local history. Many of these sources are now accessible online, and five respected specialists will illustrate their historical context and use. These workshops shall provide an excellent opportunity to gain insider knowledge on often-overlooked archives, so come along to discover more about the world of your ancestors.
Dr. Annaleigh Margey (Dundalk Institute of Technology): The 1641 Depositions: an early source for local history (and beyond)
Valerie Adams (Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland): Using church records for family and local history- first steps
Alistair Butler (General Register Office, Northern Ireland): Family trees- how GRONI can help them grow
Drew Ferris (Ordnance Survey Northern Ireland): "Maps from Snaps": archive mapping and aerial photography for local and family history
Dr. Bill McAfee (Private researcher): Understanding an ancestor's neighbourhood-The Griffith's Valuation Books, Maps, and Revision Books
WHERE: All workshops will be held at PRONI
WHEN: Wednesdays from 1pm to 2pm
HOW MUCH: Admission is FREE but booking is essential. Please contact PRONI at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.