Life in Ulster in the 1830s


“Life in Ulster in the 1830s”

Course Tutor
Mike McKeag
1 session – Tuesday 29 October (11 am -1 pm)
When
£8 – payable at the session
Cost
Subject .
Most of us can trace some of our ancestors back to the 1830s, before the Great Famine.  What were they, their lives, their homes, their work, their entertainments like?  This is the sort of background information that helps to bring those people to life and can make a family history much more interesting than just a list of names and dates.  Using the Ordnance Survey Memoirs and other sources we can better understand our own families.

Location

The Honneyman Room at the NIFHS Research Centre
Unit C4, Valley Business Centre
67 Church Road, Newtownabbey
BT36 7LS

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