Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Free PRONI lectures in Belfast

From Gavin McMahon at the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI):

While PRONI is in transit to its new, state-of-the-art premises in Titanic Quarter, Belfast, the Linenhall Library has generously agreed to host a series of lunchtime lectures delivered by PRONI staff on the last Wednesday of the month as follows:

24 November
'Using on-line sources for genealogical research' by Mr Stephen Scarth, Head of Public Services, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

26 January
'Vere Foster: the man who paid women to go away' by Dr Ann McVeigh, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

23 February
'Preserving the past for the future' by Mr Brendan Campbell, Chief Conservator, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

30 March
'Church Records for Family History' by Valerie Adams, Presbyterian Historical Society (Ex PRONI)

27 April
'The Blitz on Belfast' by Mr Ian Montgomery, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

The talks, which are free of charge, will start at 1pm in the Performance Area of the Linenhall Library. Everyone welcome.

Chris

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