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9th 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 Quakers and their records

Summer at National Library of Ireland promises to be especially interesting this year.  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.

Ireland’s Quakers and their records

Join Christopher Moriarty for a talk on researching Quaker records.

Tuesday 9 July, 1pm - 1.30pm

Free, no booking required, just pop in on the day.

Christopher Moriarty is Curator of the Dublin Quaker Library, one of eight volunteers who take care of its collections. A writer on environmental subjects and Quaker history, he is a retired marine biologist, having discovered that cataloguing and research on people is very much the same as studying marine organisms. For more information on the history of Irish Quakers see www.quakers-in-ireland.ie

Ireland’s Quakers and their records

9th 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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Summer at National Library of Ireland promises to be especially interesting this year.  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.

Ireland’s Quakers and their records

Join Christopher Moriarty for a talk on researching Quaker records.

Tuesday 9 July, 1pm - 1.30pm

Free, no booking required, just pop in on the day.

Christopher Moriarty is Curator of the Dublin Quaker Library, one of eight volunteers who take care of its collections. A writer on environmental subjects and Quaker history, he is a retired marine biologist, having discovered that cataloguing and research on people is very much the same as studying marine organisms. For more information on the history of Irish Quakers see www.quakers-in-ireland.ie

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