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Subscription Offer for J. C. Loudon Reprint Project

Subscription Offer for J. C. Loudon Reprint Project

. Professor James Stevens Curl is proposing to bring out a limited, numbered, finely bound, hardback, enlarged facsimile edition of the seminal work on cemeteries by J. C. Loudon, originally published in London in 1843 on very poor-quality paper and with an extremely small font.

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Book One Of Our Family History Conferences Today!

Book today for one of our family history conferences and take advantage of the current exchange rate! Sign up to one of the Foundation’s family history conferences today and save up to $160 on your booking.

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'Armagh, the Enlightenment and American Independence' - June 11, 2019

‘Armagh, the Enlightenment and American Independence’ – June 11, 2019

. The Governors and Guardians of Armagh Robinson Library warmly invite you to an event: ‘Armagh, the Enlightenment and American Independence’ on Tuesday 11 June 2019 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.

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Week-Long Genealogy Programmes – June, September & October

For those interested in attending one of our 2019 events please note that our October Genealogy Programme has limited space available. However there are still spaces available for our June and September Genealogy Programmes.

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Irish Genealogy Essentials – New Dates for 2019 & 2020

  The most comprehensive Irish family history focused genealogy course offered in the U.K. and Ireland, Irish Genealogy Essentials embraces the unique nature of Irish genealogical research.

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Cregnadovesky - Rock of the Black Water Book Launch

Cregnadovesky – Rock of the Black Water Book Launch

  The launch of the book Cregnadovesky: Rock of the Black Water by Peadar Montague will be held at a social evening in the Patrician Hall, Carrickmore on Friday 1st February 2019 at 8pm. All are welcome.

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The Annual Irish Migration Studies Lecture at the Mellon Centre

The Eighteenth Annual Irish Migration Studies Lecture will be held in the Mellon Centre for Migration Studies at the Ulster American Folk Park on Saturday 26 January 2019 at 11.00am (tea/coffee and registration from 10.30am).

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2018 Guild Membership Renewal Deadline

Please ignore this post if you have already renewed for the 2018 Guild year or if you have a multi-year subscription. This post is a gentle reminder for those of you who have yet to renew your Guild membership or update your research interests that today is the deadline for inclusion in the 2018 Directory.

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2018 Guild Membership Renewal

For those of you who have yet to renew your Guild membership or update your research interests, the deadline for inclusion in the 2018 Directory of Irish Family History Research is 17 October 2018. For those wishing to renew membership before the deadline, please do so via our website at www.ancestryireland.com

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Book Launch - Wednesday 26 September, Armagh Robinson Library

Book Launch – Wednesday 26 September, Armagh Robinson Library

There will be a book launch for The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jonathan Swift: Irish Political Writings after 1725, edited by David Hayton and Adam Rounce, in the Armagh Robinson Library on Wednesday 26 September 2018.

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