YOU'LL LOVE THIS IF:
- You have roots in Ireland but don't know where to start your research
- You're looking for new websites to learn about your Irish ancestors
- You want to know the differences and similarities between websites on Irish heritage
Date: Thursday, March. 28
Starting Time: 7pm EST/6pm CST/5pm MST/4pm PST
Presenter: Donna Moughty
Duration: 1 hour
Price: $49.99 ($39.99 early bird until 3/21)
Call it the luck of the Irish: Whether your ancestor was a farmer during the Potato Famine or immigrant who passed through Ellis Island, there's a multitude of resources for finding information on your Ireland roots. In fact, so much is available that sometimes it's difficult to navigate exactly which websites are the best route to the Pot o’ Gold you're seeking. In this hour-long presentation, if you have family from the Emerald Isle, we'll reveal the best websites for your research. Webinar attendees receive a free copy of Family Tree Magazine's article “Singing a New Tune: Overlooked Sources for Tracing Irish Ancestors”.
Plus: Get live advice on your real-life research quandaries! All attendees have the opportunity to ask questions during a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
What You'll Learn:
- Best websites for tracing your roots back on the Emerald Isle
- Top sites for finding your Irish family post-emigration to the US
- Leading resources to further your research into Irish records
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Donna Moughty is a Professional Genealogist and former Regional Manager for Apple Computer who has been conducting family research for over 20 years. She teaches classes for beginners and lectures on a variety of subjects including Internet, Irish research and computer topics. In addition, she provides consultations, research assistance and training. She attended the National Institute for Genealogical Research at the National Archives, the Third and Fourth Irish Genealogical Congress in Ireland, the Salt Lake Institute – Irish Research and the Institute for Genealogy and Historical Research at Samford University where, in 2011, she was an Instructor for the Irish course. She is a member of Association of Professional Genealogists and the Genealogical Speakers Guild.
REGISTRATION FOR THE LIVE SESSION INCLUDES:
- Participation in the live presentation and Q&A session
- Access to the webinar recording to view again as many times as you like
- 25+ page PDF of the presentation slides for future reference
- 6 pages of additional downloadable handouts: Singing a New Tune: Overlooked Sources for Tracing Irish Ancestors.
- Please note: You do not have to attend the live event to get a recording of the presentation. All registrants receive an email two business days following the live webinar with instructions on how to download the recording and handouts.