15 September 2020

Back to Our Past Ireland


The first Back to Our Past Virtual has added three talks on Genetic Genealogy by Gerard Corcoran, Founder ISOGG Ireland.

The full program of talks, available for 10 Euros, $15.65 Cdn, from Wednesday for one month is:

Introduction message by Tourism Ireland
CEO Niall Gibbons

Discovering Irish Pets and Their Families in the National Archives of Ireland Collections on Ancestry.com
Dr. Jennifer Doyle and Valerie B. Prince.

Tracing your Irish ancestors in Australian records
By Debra Carter, Ancestry

Basic Principles for Family History; Combining DNA & Traditional Research Methods
Eamon Healy, Ancestry

The evolution of Generic Genealogy in Ireland
Gerard Corcoran, Founder ISOGG Ireland

Using Genetic Genealogy to understand Celtic Migrations
Gerard Corcoran, Founder ISOGG Ireland

Towards a Genetic Genealogy driven Irish Reference Genome
Gerard Corcoran, Founder ISOGG Ireland

Exploring Belfast’s Shipyard Heritage with Dan Gordon
Dan Gordon, a well-loved actor, director and playwright explores his family heritage at Titanic Belfast.

Using the National Archives to research your ancestors
Tom Quinlan, National Archives

How young people can become Family History Detectives
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

How Emigration Changed Ireland The EPIC Museum
Presented by Dr Maurice J Casey, DFAT – talk explores how emigration, particularly in the 19th and 20th centuries, shaped Irish history

Discovering the Forgotten Soldier in Your Family History
Thomas Murphy, IGRS

The history of GAA Football – Part One
Presented by best-selling author and broadcaster Eoghan Corry

The history of the GAA – Part Two
Presented by best-selling author and broadcaster Eoghan Corry

The history of Hurling – Part Three
Presented by best-selling author and broadcaster Eoghan Corry

Finding Irish Ancestors in Glasgow City Archives
Dr. Irene O’Brien, Glasgow City Archives

Church records in Scottish archives
Dr. Irene O’Brien, Glasgow City Archives

Poor Law Records in Glasgow City Archives
Dr. Irene O’Brien, Glasgow City Archives

Tracing Irish emigrants to Australia
Rhona Gleeson, Ancestry.com

Sources for researching a convict ancestor
Tom Quinlan, National Archives

Using IrishGenealogy.ie for Irish family research
Brian Donnelly, National Archives

Researching Irish Emigrants to the United States
Pamela Holland, TILDA, The Irish American Genealogical Research Association

Preservation and storage of family history documents
Christine Deakin, Irish Genealogy Solutions

Introducing the Accredited Genealogists Ireland, its work and its members
Anne Marie Smith (AGI)

Researching in the 1901 and 1911 Census of Ireland
Nicola Morris (AGI)

Searching for ancestors in Irish Civil Records
Sandy O’Byrne (AGI)

How to find what you’re looking for in Roman Catholic records in Ireland
Joan Sharkey (AGI)

Territorial Divisions in Ireland
Helen Kelly (AGI)

Being Prepared for Researching in Irish Records
Paul Gorry, Accredited Genealogists  Ireland (AGI)

The Importance of Griffiths Valuation in Family Research
Michael Walsh, Accredited Genealogists  Ireland (AGI)

Researching the Irish Diaspora
Lorna Moloney, Merriman Research

The Story of Skelig Michael
Lorna Moloney, Merriman Research

A  personal appraisal of William Butler Yeats
Presented by Sir Bob Geldof

Being a lifetime James Joyce groupie
By Roger Cummiskey

How to trace your Northern Ireland ancestors
Brian Mitchell, Derry  Genealogy Services

The origins of Irish family names
Lorna Moloney, Merriman Research

Video footage from World famous Riverdance

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