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Irish Collections and Resources at the Society of Genealogists


With SoG members having been at the forefront of the 1930s movement to discover or recreate copies of Irish records lost in the fire of the Four Courts in Dublin in 1922, the Society of Genealogists Library holds many useful and interesting resources for those researching Irish Ancestors.

From transcripts of early wills and chancery materials to compiled genealogies this talk will look at some of the rather underused Irish resources at the SoG.


About the speaker: Else Churchill  is the Genealogist at the Society Genealogists in London and a has over 30 years of experience as a genealogist. 

Formerly a professional genealogical librarian and researcher,  Else  has worked for the SoG since 1994. She now leads on external liaison, representation and communications; the Society's education and publishing programmes as well as being the Society's subject specialist. 

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