An Irishman from Cork, born about 1845, settled in Wisconsin. Learn the records and methods we used to identify six of his eleven siblings in America, then trace the family back to Ireland, where we learned about his other five siblings and his parents.

You can enjoy this presentation at the live event or as part of our virtual audience. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A and discussion until the scheduled end time, when the broadcast and recording will stop. Attendees at the live event can linger for social time after the program, and have the option of ordering a box lunch.

Registration for the live event is limited to 40 people. Tours of the Research Library and Irish Collection will be offered during the lunch and social time..

There is no limit to the number of virtual attendees. The hybrid program will allow virtual attendees to unmute their microphone and camera for questions or discussion with the speaker following their presentation.

The webinar will be recorded, so any registrant who is not able to attend will have access to the recording.

live audience at the Minnesota Genealogy Center (see below)


Saturday, June 22, 2024
10:30 AM until noon
US Central Time
Live event location
Minnesota Genealogy Center
1385 Mendota Heights Rd
Mendota Heights, Minnesota 55120
Our live program will be held at the Minnesota Genealogy Center, near the MSP airport. The program will include an opportunity to visit the Library to see the important Irish collection there.

If you can linger after the program, you have the option to arrange for a box lunch below. You are also welcome to bring your own meal. If you wish to purchase a box lunch, please mark your choice in the registration form.
 Join us on Saturday, June 22
We look forward to having you join our
community of family history researchers!

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