It’s back to hybrid meetings on Saturday for the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.
9:00 am – 10:00 am: Education Talk
Tips for Genetic Genealogy DNA Research – Presenter: Shirley Marshall Monkhouse
This presentation will be of benefit to everyone doing family history research whether or not you have DNA results. Shirley will provide 10 top tips and a process to organize your research. Adopting these tips and process will save you time and effort and give you better results from your family history research and analysis of DNA results. There will be a focus on Irish DNA and a detailed handout will be provided.
10:00 am – 11:30 am: Feature Talk
There was a shot; after that everything is confusing – Presenter: Shirley Marshall Monkhouse
It was 18 June 1831, a market day, and just a short walk outside the small town of Newtownbarry on the border of Co. Wexford and Co. Carlow in Ireland, when a musket shot was heard. After that, things became confusing. This event became known as “The Battle of the Pound.” Shirley first learned about the affray in 2016. She has since used the genealogical concept of “Context” research to make it easier to untangle the story and to understand its complex back history and the long-lasting outcome.
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