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How Young People Can Become Family History Detectives

Shannon Wilson, EPIC

Shannon Wilson is responsible for running the education arm of the EPIC museum's curatorial team, Shannon delivers a range of educational and family-friendly events, workshops and content for general public, school, university and community consumption. www.epicchq.com/genealogy  



Locating Irish Service Personnel in CWGC records
 Peter Francis, Commonwealth War Graves Commission

AncestryDNA – Basic Principles for Family History; Combining DNA & Traditional Research Methods
Eamon Healy

Irish Census Records - 1910 and 1911
Nicola Morris (AGI)

Discover your Ancestors in Glasgow and Scotland
Dr Irene O'Brien - Glasgow City Archives

The Irish Diaspora in America
Pamela Holland, The Irish American Research Association

The Story of the Irish Famine

Being Prepared for Researching in Irish Records
 Paul Gorry (AGI)

Sources for Researching a Convict Ancestor
 Tom Quinlan, National Archives

Roman Catholic Records in Ireland
 Joan Sharkey (AGI)

Tracing your Irish ancestors in Australian records
Debra Carter - AncestryProGenealogists


Origins of Irish Family Surnames
 Lorna Maloney, Merriman Research

Using the National Archives to Research your Ancestors
Tom Quinlan, National Archives

How to trace your Northern Ireland ancestors

Brian Mitchell, Derry Genealogy Services

Watch the video below to see what Back to Our Past is all about.

Eric Knowles talks about his experience of tracing his Family History at BTOP 2018


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Accredited Genealogists Ireland