Tuesday 29 March: Tithe Records in PRONI, an online talk with Des McCabe. Host: North of Ireland Family History Society, Causeway Coast and Glens Branch. 7:30pm to 9pm. Free. All welcome. Non-members will need to email Causeway@nifhs.org for zoom link.
Tuesday 29 March: Lives of the Belfast Poor in the 19th Century, an in-person event with Dr Robyn Atcheson. Part of the City Cemetery lecture Series from Belfast City Council. Venue: Clifton House, 2 North Queen Street, Belfast BT15 1ES. Free. All welcome. Booking essential. 7:30pm to 8:30pm.
Wednesday 30 March: Ireland 1900 – 1925: Crisis, War and Revolution, an online event highlighting some of the archives available in PRONI’s online resources. Speakers: Janet Hancock, PRONI; Dr Timothy Bowman, University of Kent; Jim McBride, Secretary, History Teachers’ Association NI. 1pm to 2pm. Free. All welcome. Need to book.
Thursday 31 March: Revolution, agrarianism and the burning of Ballydugan House, Co Galway, 1922, with Ann O’Riordan. Part of the online Burning the Big House lecture series. Host: Centre for the Study of Historic Irish houses and Estates, History Department, Maynooth University. 7pm to 8pm. Book here. Fully booked
Thursday 31 March: From Treaty to Civil War, with Cormac Moore, Dublin City Council Historian-in-Residence for the North Central Area. This is the second of the Ireland in 1922 online history talks hosted by Raheny Library. 7pm. Free but need to register your place. Book here.
Thursday 31 March: Launch of Demonised: ‘The Islandmagee Witches, 1711‘, with Dr Andrew Sneddon, and Dr Victoria McCollum. Host: PRONI. An online event to mark the 312th anniversary of the trial of the “Islandmagee witches” in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim in 1711. 12:15pm to 1:30pm. Free. All welcome. Details.
Monday 4 April: Women and the Great War in Ireland, with Dr Fionnuala Walsh. An online lecture hosted by Offaly History. All welcome. 7:30pm via Zoom. Free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.
Monday 4 April: The Citizen Army is out today, with Lorcan Collins. An online talk. Part of the Mondays at the Mess series hosted by Richmond Barracks, Dublin. 7pm to 8pm. All welcome. Free, but need to book.
Wednesday 6 April: Griffith’s Valuation and Other Irish Land and Property Records, an online workshop with Miles Davenport. Host: McClelland Irish Library, Phoenix, Arizona USA. 11am–1pm. A Level II / Intermediate workshop. All welcome. Members $15 / Non-Members: $20. Details and registration.
Wednesday 6 April: The Decade of Centenaries: Researching Ireland 1912-1923, an online webinar with Chris Paton. 7.30pm. Free to members and non-members. After the live event, a recording will be available for one month. Need to register. Details.
Wednesday 6 April: Irish Diaspora webinar, an online webinar with Claire Bradley providing advice and tips for identifying your Irish ancestor’s place of origin in Ireland. Host: CBGenealogy, Dublin. 8pm – 9:30pm IST/BST. Fee: €10. Need to register in advance. Details.
Thursday 7 April: ‘A barbarous mania of incendiarism’: house burnings in Co Louth, 1921-23, with Jean Young. Part of the online Burning the Big House lecture series. Host: Centre for the Study of Historic Irish houses and Estates, History Department, Maynooth University. 7pm to 8pm. Booking. Fully booked.
Thursday 7 April: The Civil War, with Cormac Moore, Dublin City Council Historian-in-Residence for the North Central Area. Part of the ‘Ireland in 1922’ online history talks hosted by Raheny Library. 7pm. Free. Need to book here.
Thursday 7 April: Lost Presbyterian Meeting Houses of Belfast, an online lecture with Tom Hartley. Host: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. 2-3pm. Free and all welcome. Need to register.
Thursday 7 April: Using Ancestry DNA, an online class with Martin McDowell. Host: North of Ireland Family History Society. 7pm to 8pm. All welcome. £10. Need to book by 5 April.