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Ancestral Connections UCC World Class Genealogy Summer School 2014

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UCC World Class Summer School Ancestral Connections: Names, Places and Spaces 2014. This school is run by ACE at UCC and is co-ordinated by Lorna Moloney ACE co-ordinator. l.moloney@ucc.ie

UCC World Class Summer School Ancestral Connections: Names, Places and Spaces 2014. This school is run by ACE at UCC and is co-ordinated by Lorna Moloney ACE co-ordinator. l.moloney@ucc.ie

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  • 1. ANCESTRAL CONNECTIONS: NAMES, PLACES AND SPACES UCC IRISH GENEALOGY SUMMER SCHOOL TIMETABLE 2014 Sunday evening, June 29 6pm: Meet and Greet. Welcome Reception at University College Cork. Opening ACE Director -Dr Séamus ÓTuama Mrs. Fancy Tart is coming to Tea - Making Sense of Family Stories Eileen Ó Dúill CG Monday, June 30 9.15: Irish Welcome : Fáilte Romhaibh 9.30 - 10.45: Introduction to Irish Genealogy: Where Do I Start? Eileen M. Ó Dúill, CG Break – Morning Break 11.15 – 12.45: Researching in Ireland: Planning is the Key To Success. Eileen M. Ó Dúill, CG 12.45- 2.00: Lunch 2.00 – 2.45:. Births, Marriages & Deaths- Irish Civil Registration – The sad story Of the Irish census Eileen Ó Dúill CG 3.00 – 4.30: 'Matchmakers & Marriage Customs in 19th century Ireland. Sean O'Dúill 4.30-5.00: Break 5.00 – 6.00: ‘Sean O’Dúill : Death & Burial Customs 6.30: Optional evening tour of Kinsale, Ireland's loveliest seaside town. To feature the quays, town tour, James Fort and fine dining in the Trident Hotel Tuesday July 1 9.30 – 10.45: "Irish Spatial divisions and Ancestry: Maps, Spaces and Places". Dr. Paul MacCotter Break – Morning Break 11.15 – 12.45: Dublin, 30 June,1922. Did everything blow up? Eileen M. O'Duill, CG 12.45 – 2.00: Lunch 2.00 – 2.45: 'Online sources for Irish family history research and how to use them'. Fiona Fitzsimons 3.00 – 3.45: Fosterage & Adoption records in Ireland Afternoon Break 2.45-3.00: 4,00 -5.00: Using findmypast.ie for family history research: court, prison, land records and more. Brian Donovan 5.00: Kyle J. Betit Exploring your Irish Ancestry through US Records Thursday July 3 9.15 – 10.15: Mapping your genealogical archives: John Hamrock – Ancestor Network 10.15 – 11.00 In depth Exploration of the Irish Archives Mary Beglan M.A.P.G.I. 10.30 – 11.00: Break 11.15 –12.00: Irish Newspapers as a source for Genealogical research. Nicola Morris M.A.P.G.I. 12.00- 12.45: Irish Estate Papers as a source for Genealogical research. Nicola Morris M.A.P.G.I. 12.45 – 1.15: Lunch 1.15- 2.00 – Optional Guided Tour of UCC Campus – Michael Holland 2.00-2.45 Hidden Irish Jewish Records Stuart Rosenblatt P.C. FGSI. 2.45 -4.00: Where to go once the record trail dries up? Surname and 'clan' history and the y-chromosome. Dr. Paul MacCotter 4.00-4.30: Break 4.30 – 6.00: Medieval Genealogy: Clans, Septs and Medieval Times – Dr Dagmar O' Riain-Raedel 7.00: Options: Walking tour of Cork City, 'The Venice of Ireland'. St. Finbarr's Cathedral, The Red Abbey, Elizabeth Fort, and fine dining. Or Workshop – The do’s and don’ts of family trees – Rosaleen Underwood M.A.P.G.I. Friday July 4 9.15 – 10.45: Church Records & Irish Genealogy. Dr Paul MacCotter 10.45- 11.00: Morning Break 11.00 – 12.15: The Great Famine and Irish genealogy Dr. David Butler (Author in The Atlas of the Great Irish Famine winner of the Best Irish-published Book of the year 'Landlordism and the Famine') 12.15- 1.00 Dr Jim Ryan ‘Rentals’-Tracking tenants 1.00 -2.00: Lunch 2.00 – 2.45 Hilary McDonagh ‘Sons & Children Genealogy of Irish Childhood 2.45-3.45 Maeve Mullin ‘Valuation office – ‘A Colourful Gem’ Afternoon Break Wednesday July 2 9.00 – 10.00: The Tithe Applotments – Census substitutes explored. Dr Paul MacCotter th 10,00-10.45: 19 century Irish Property Tax: Measuring Ireland – Griffiths Valuation Aiden Feerick Break – Morning Break 11.00 – 12.00: Steven Smyrl – Heir Hunting 12.00 – 1.15: Digital genealogy - Genealogy & 'The Cloud' , Lorna Moloney & Dave Enright 1.15 – 2 : Lunch 2.00 – 6.00: Afternoon field trip: Exploring Youghal & Dungarvan – Archives & Graveyards & Military themes Dr Paul MacCotter & John Nangle - Graveyards John Goodman – Tracing Irish WW1 Soldiers Regina Sexton UCC – Food & Culinary Historian ‘Food Patterns of a Trading Town: Youghal in The Late Medieval & Early Modern Period ‘What our Ancestors Ate’ University College Cork, June 29-July 6, 2014 4.00: Certificate Ceremony & Closing – Dr Seamus ÓTuama ACE Director – University College Cork Saturday July 5 Waterford Day Optional Excursion ‘. A tour of what's best about Waterford City, from medieval abbeys and castles to great mansions and archives of yesteryear, all set against the background of the beauty of the South-East of Ireland Dr Paul MacCotter Tony Hennessy- Waterford Origins M.A.P.G.I Sunday July 6 – Departure To book contact: Summer School Co-Ordinator: Lorna Moloney l.moloney@ucc.ie or Lindy Meldon l.meldon@ucc.ie T: 085-8721184 / 021-4904700