Monday 4 April: Women and the Great War in Ireland, with Dr Fionnuala Walsh. An online lecture hosted by Offaly History. All welcome. Free. 7:30pm via Zoom. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for link.
Monday 4 April: The Citizen Army is out today, with Lorcan Collins. An online talk. Host: Mondays at the Mess series hosted by Richmond Barracks, Dublin. 7pm to 8pm. All welcome. Free. 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 event 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 series. Host: CSHIHE, Maynooth University. 7pm to 8pm. Booking. Fully booked.
Thursday 7 April: Tracing your Irish Police ancestors, an online talk with Jim Herlihy. Host: NIFHS, Ballymena Branch. 7:15pm–9pm BST. Free. Non-members should email the branch Secretary at email@example.com for zoom link.
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.
Monday 11 April: When Harry met Dotty – in search of the Fullers, an online talk with Dr Nick Barratt. Hosted by the Newtownabbey Branch of the NIFHS. 7pm to 8:30pm. Free. All welcome. For zoom link, download form and follow instructions.
Tusday 12 April: Family History Resources in Armagh Robinson Library, an online talk with Thirza Mulder, ARL Archivist. Host: North of Ireland Family History Society, Lisburn Branch. 7:30pm–9pm BST. Free. All welcome. For zoom link, contact Branch Secretary by email to Lisburn@nifhs.org.
Thursday 14 April: ‘A smouldering mass of charred stones’: The burning of country houses in Offaly, 1920-1923, with Ciarán Reilly. 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 14 April: Ireland’s Other Civil War of 1922, 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 14 April: The United Irishmen Rebellion in the North East & their Legacy Abroad, an online talk with Stephen McCracken. Host: NIFHS, Larne Branch. 7:30pm to 9pm BST. Non-members need to request the zoom link by 12Noon on Saturday 9 April, by emailing the Branch Secretary at Larne@nifhs.org.
Friday 15 April: Good Friday, not a public holiday, but banks, schools and some businesses may be closed in ROI.
Saturday 16 April and Sunday 17 April: Most branch libraries closed. Some shops closed on the Sunday.