Are you eager to find out more about your family history? If so then bring your questions to our Genealogy Advisory Service, at Blanchardstown Library this April 12th.
We're delighted to be heading back to Blanchardstown Library this April to run our ever popular Genealogy Advisory Service.
Siobhan Walshe, Librarian at Blanchardstown Library says:
"Eneclann’s Genealogy Advisory sessions are one of the most popular and successful events that we hold in Blanchardstown Library. As soon as the sessions are advertised they are booked by library members. It’s a tribute to the professionalism and skills of the genealogists who deliver this service in the library.”
This free service will take place on Friday 12th April, from 10am to 2pm, when Fiona will be available to answer family history questions. For booking enquires, contact Blanchardstown Library.
Fiona Fitzsimons, Research Director at Eneclann/IFHC, adds:
“The Genealogy Advisory Service is great GAS, pun intended! The fun of the genealogy service is that I never know in advance who I’ll meet, or what stories I’ll hear. My job is to listen, to identify verifiable facts and events, and to guide enquirers in their research. I look forward to meeting you in Blanchardstown Library, and hopefully taking the mystery out of your family history.”
We’re looking forward to running the GAS again and we hope to see you there!