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  • Certificate Genealogists Alumni Group (CCAG) - CIGO
    organised evening meetings three times a year a mixture of social and lecture content After a number of years it was decided that it would concentrate on one event per year For the last number of years we have organised a social evening before Christmas with a festive theme involving lectures mulled wine and mince pies Anyone with an interest in Genealogy or indeed who would like to enjoy a

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  • Clare
    History Association which has been flourishing for years Since then the society has met once a month except during the summer months and by 2010 it had over 100 members Some members are experienced genealogists while others are novices in the field In addition to local members we have some virtual or diaspora members who live overseas but who follow our activities via email and dream that they are in Clare Invited speakers have included Peter Beirne of The Manse the Local Studies Centre of Clare County Library in Ennis Jim Herlihy from Cork on the RIC Liam Curran on Irish Soldiers in the British Army and Jonny Dillon of the Folklore Dept at UCD on the Schools Folklore Project of the 1930s From among our own members speakers have included Paddy Waldron Gerry Kennedy Ger Madden Declan Barron and Larry Brennan In addition Larry has run a number of hands on computer workshops on genealogical research and recording of data The current committee is listed here Society meetings are held on the second last Thursday of each month at 8pm in the Civic Rooms Waterpark House Ennis Our biggest project to date was probably the transcription of the gravestones

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  • Cork Genealogical Society - CIGO
    Society Visit Cork Genealogical Society Website Established 1994 Cork Genealogical Society CGS came into being at an inaugural meeting on 15th March 1994 when a few enthusiasts promoted the idea and attracted over 50 people to the first meeting Since then we have met on the second Tuesday of each month in at 8pm with a speaker at each meeting followed by a discussion Meetings are held in January February

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  • http://www.cigo.ie/constituents_ech.html
    Robinson opened the East Clare Heritage Centre at St Cronán s 10th Century Church Since then the Society have published 14 editions of its acclaimed historical journal Sliabh Aughty nine publications on local history and undertaken many other heritage projects dedicated to the promotion of heritage in East Clare In the mid 1990 s the Society undertook the restoration of a famine graveyard in Tuamgraney It stands as a memorial

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  • Irish Family History Society - CIGO
    are overseas The Society publishes a journal and a Members Interest Directory annually In addition a News Sheet is issued each Spring and Autumn containing up to date Society information members queries and details of future activities All are available free to members as part of their membership The IFHS arranges a number of lectures and seminars throughout the year which are held at The Dublin City Library Archive 138 144 Pearse St Dublin 2 The Annual General Meeting is held each April followed by 2 guest speakers A full day seminar is held in early October and a morning session in November Our various guest speakers cover a wide range of topics and are always popular All meetings apart from the AGM are open to non members who are always welcome There is no admittance charge and no booking is required In addition we have a number of outings during the summer One of our objectives is to help members to do their own research through information and advice as we do not have the human resources to undertake in depth research for individuals New members receive a Welcome Pack upon joining which includes copies of the previous year

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  • Irish Genealogical Research Society - CIGO
    to encourage and promote the study of Irish genealogy throughout Britain Ireland and the world and to collect books and manuscripts of genealogical value During the seventy five years that have passed since its foundaion the Society s library now contains the largest and most important collection of Irish genealogical manuscripts in private hands A number contain priceless transcripts and abstracts noted before the originals were destroyed in the conflagration

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  • Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland (Irish section)
    News Current Campaigns General Register Office Access to Records Church Records 1926 Census Links Events Diary Genealogy Courses Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland Irish section Visit Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland Irish section Website Established The Irish Section of the Society was set up in 1986 It holds an annual service at St Patrick s Cathedral in Dublin each November and also arranges lectures and visits

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  • North of Ireland Family History Society - CIGO
    in genealogy has grown the group has been joined by 10 other Branches in the North of Ireland to form the Society and now has hundreds of members worldwide The objective of the Society is to foster an interest in family history with special reference to families who have roots in the North of Ireland and their descendants wherever they may be The NIFHS is a voluntary non profitmaking organisation

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