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23rd July 2013

1.00pm - 1.30pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316030259
learning@nli.ie

WEB

www.nli.ie

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Crowd-sourcing your family tree: how social media can help with tracing ancestry

Have you ever been interested in researching your roots, but unsure of where to start? As part of our contribution to The Gathering, we are hosting a series of lunchtime lectures on different aspects of Irish family history research in July and August 2013. Lectures will take place in the Seminar Room at 1pm and will last approximately 30 minutes Attendance is Free, no booking required just drop in on the day.

JoinClaire Bradley, Genealogist for a lecture on

"Crowd-sourcing your family tree: how social media can help with tracing ancestry"

Claire Bradley first became interested in her family history as a teenager.  After college, she picked it up seriously and completed the UCD Certificate in Genealogy in 2011. She is active in the online genealogy community and joined the committee of the Ireland Branch of the Irish Genealogical Research Society last year.

To learn more about the NLI's Genealogy Advisory Service see our website www.nli.ie

Don't miss this unique oppertunity to learn more about family history research.

Crowd-sourcing your family tree: how social media can help with tracing ancestry

23rd July 2013

1.00pm - 1.30pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316030259
learning@nli.ie

WEB

www.nli.ie

Share

Have you ever been interested in researching your roots, but unsure of where to start? As part of our contribution to The Gathering, we are hosting a series of lunchtime lectures on different aspects of Irish family history research in July and August 2013. Lectures will take place in the Seminar Room at 1pm and will last approximately 30 minutes Attendance is Free, no booking required just drop in on the day.

JoinClaire Bradley, Genealogist for a lecture on

"Crowd-sourcing your family tree: how social media can help with tracing ancestry"

Claire Bradley first became interested in her family history as a teenager.  After college, she picked it up seriously and completed the UCD Certificate in Genealogy in 2011. She is active in the online genealogy community and joined the committee of the Ireland Branch of the Irish Genealogical Research Society last year.

To learn more about the NLI's Genealogy Advisory Service see our website www.nli.ie

Don't miss this unique oppertunity to learn more about family history research.

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