Motivation Monday: Irish place names with Geraldene O'Reilly webinar online now!

Great news!

Our next family history talk is available online!

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Geraldene O'Reilly, convener of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists Irish Interest Group gave us a talk about Irish townloads at our fortnightly Family History Lunchtime series event on Wednesday, 1 April.

Irish place names with Geraldene O'Reilly

The majority of Irish genealogy records are arranged by locality and most people within them are identified by the place name where they lived. The townland is the most fundamental land division in Ireland, the basic address for a rural family. 

Listen to Geraldene O'Reilly's talk to help you investigate Irish townlands and other place names.

We hope that this gives you the motivation to start your Irish family history research!

Happy hunting

Seonaid



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