25th 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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Ireland’s History carved in stone

On Thursday 25 July join Mervyn Colville, Glasnevin Cemetry Museum for a talk on Ireland’s History carved in stone

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is both the guardian and storyteller for more than 1.5million people. From the ordinary to the truly extraordinary, these people helped to shape the Ireland of today. In 2010 we opened our museum to share their stories and times. Now visitors can go on a tour of the cemetery, visit our museum and search all of our genealogical records online. Mervyn Colville is Deputy CEO and was responsible for overseeing the digital scanning of over 600,000 burial records which added to the existing records totals over 1.5million records. These archive registers give invaluable genealogical information from 1828 to the present and include many records from (1828-1900) that were destroyed in the civil war.   

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.

Many of our events  at the NLI are free. If you would like this to continue, you can support our Events Programme by making a donation. Donation boxes are located throughout the NLI buildings.

Ireland’s History carved in stone

25th 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

On Thursday 25 July join Mervyn Colville, Glasnevin Cemetry Museum for a talk on Ireland’s History carved in stone

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is both the guardian and storyteller for more than 1.5million people. From the ordinary to the truly extraordinary, these people helped to shape the Ireland of today. In 2010 we opened our museum to share their stories and times. Now visitors can go on a tour of the cemetery, visit our museum and search all of our genealogical records online. Mervyn Colville is Deputy CEO and was responsible for overseeing the digital scanning of over 600,000 burial records which added to the existing records totals over 1.5million records. These archive registers give invaluable genealogical information from 1828 to the present and include many records from (1828-1900) that were destroyed in the civil war.   

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.

Many of our events  at the NLI are free. If you would like this to continue, you can support our Events Programme by making a donation. Donation boxes are located throughout the NLI buildings.

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