My name is Kevin Keenan, and I’m with the Ulster Historical Foundation. It is a non-profit organization with a long established and reputable research and publishing history. It is based near Belfast, N. Ireland and uses its knowledge to help those looking for their Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors.
On Tuesday the 30th of March, two of our staff – Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt, in association with the Heinz History Center and the Westmoreland Historical Society – will present a live virtual workshop on Irish and Scots-Irish genealogy. This in-depth virtual workshop will examine a multitude of historic records and electronic resources that will advance your Irish genealogy research, and will benefit beginners and seasoned genealogists alike.
We were wondering if it would be possible for you to include the workshop in your news or events section? The full details are reproduced below, under my signature. I can also supply pictures, details of the presentations, and a schedule if needed.
Guild Secretary, Ulster Historical Foundation
Bradley Thallon House, Unit 44D
Kiltonga Estate, Belfast Road
Newtownards, Co. Down
Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC100280
Donations to the Ulster Historical Foundation are welcome and can be made in various ways
– See Website http://www.ancestryireland.com/make-a-donation/
– Using paypal – Send Money Option to firstname.lastname@example.org
– By cheque – payable to Ulster Historical Foundation
Virtual Irish Genealogy Workshop
Tuesday, March 30, 2021 • 9:00 am – 1:30 pm
$20 per person, $15 for Heinz History Center, Westmoreland Historical Society, and Ulster Historical Foundation Guild members.
Irish genealogy experts Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt from the Ulster Historical Foundation in Belfast are back (virtually!) for the seventh annual Irish Genealogy Workshop.
Featuring live Question and Answer sessions and interactive virtual networking opportunities, this workshop will foster connections between attendees and expert speakers. Benefiting beginners and seasoned genealogists alike, this in-depth virtual workshop will examine a multitude of historic records and electronic resources that will advance your Irish genealogy research.
Live virtual presentations include:
- Irish Genealogical Essentials- the Best Websites for Getting Started with Your Family Research
- Sources for Finding Seventeenth Century Families in Ireland (not just Ulster)
- Census Substitutes for the Eighteenth Century and Early Nineteenth Century
Special access to recordings of the lectures will be made available to attendees following the live workshop.
Attendees will also be invited to a second live Q&A session with Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt on Tuesday, April 13.
This workshop is offered in partnership with the Westmoreland Historical Society, which preserves and interprets the history of Westmoreland County.
This program will be presented virtually via Zoom.
Registration is $15 for Heinz History Center, Westmoreland Historical Society, and Ulster Historical Foundation Guild members and $20 for non-members.
Please register online here: https://heinzhistorycenter.salsalabs.org/irish-genealogy-workshop-2021/index.html
To request special accommodations or for more information, contact Sierra Green at 412-454-6361 or email@example.com.
Live captioning will be provided at this virtual program.
ABOUT THE ULSTER HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
The Ulster Historical Foundation is one of Ireland’s foremost genealogy research organizations and publishing houses. Since 2004, the Foundation has devised a series of ground breaking online historical and genealogical resources, which have helped to transform the availability of Irish records for family historians at home and abroad.
Gillian Hunt is Research Officer with the Ulster Historical Foundation and manages the Foundation’s many genealogical activities. She teaches genealogy classes in various educational institutions in Northern Ireland and has spoken in Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and North America.
Fintan Mullan has been Executive Director of Ulster Historical Foundation since 2001. He has extensive experience in Irish family history research and publishing, hosting genealogy conferences and events, and is a regular international speaker on Irish genealogy.