Key sources for family history at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

A regular speaker on PRONI sources, Glynn Kelso is Onsite Visitor Services Manager and a member of the Archives and Records Association Learning and Education Committee and Public Services Quality Group. Glynn holds a Doctorate in Historical Geography and is a Master Draughtsman, exhibiting drawings internationally for charitable organisations. Click here for more information about PRONI.

I'll wait outside the main entrance until about 12.55. Long dark hair, dark glasses. Jennifer, [masked].

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I try to found the group but nothing, at the end i enjoyed the library that is amazing:)

    August 28


    This was a very informative talk and the speaker was very pleasant and patiently tried to answer all the questions at the end.

    1 · August 27

  • Jennifer O'Shea

    Unfortunately I cannot attend this, or the ones on Wed and Thurs. I hope all the talks are as interesting as the rest have been. Have fun!

    August 27

  • Melissa

    Is this going to be a group talk? Or just an amazing guy lending a hand to discover your own personal history? :)

    August 25

    • Aileen

      It's a talk on what is available in the NI public records office. The penultimate in the National Library of Ireland's summer series of genealogy talks. It should be very helpful, not just for those with ancestors in NI, but also families with any connection to landed families in NI. Eg if the land your family was on belonged to a family who had land in NI as well as the 26 counties there might be something in PRONI of use to you.

      August 26

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