Thursday, March 13, 2014

The Magnificent McNulty's - Irish Genealogy

Fun Fact:
There are approximately four million Irish in Ireland.

30.5 million Americans claim to have some Irish heritage.

Colleen Philips of the Genealogy and Local History Department will be discussing how she researched her
McNulty roots. This case study of both the "inlaws and the outlaws" of the McNulty family will be discussed at 7:00 PM, March 31st, at the Symmes Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County (map and directions).

The Mc Nulty's were famine immigrants, who after arriving in Indiana made northern Kentucky and later Ohio their home. Colleen will discuss the various sources she used to research this family. With daylight savings time in place, you'll be able to arrive while it's still light, park at no cost, and share some time with others interested in Irish Genealogy. Bring your own expertise to share.

Submitted by Kathy Reed

1 comment:

  1. Wish I was going to be around to attend. Always enjoy hearing how others go about accomplishing Irish research.


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