Wednesday, 14 October, 2020
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Are you looking for easy-to-understand guidance to find out more about your Irish family history? Sometimes, complex concepts can be easily demystified by having someone explain it, in person. And that is what our Creating Connections videos do.

During the past year, we've hosted a number of webinars dedicated to helping our IrelandXO members to research their Irish ancestry for free. Covering a range of genealogy topics, from tips about the best free ancestry sites to understanding what the information found in the archives actually means, these webinars are available to view online, at your own pace.

Free expert help to uncover your Irish ancestry

IrelandXO members all over the world have attended our Creating Connections webinars. Make sure you avail of the expert genealogy advice that was shared and use it to search for information about your Irish ancestors, which can then be added to your family tree.

Click on the images below to access any of the Creating Connections recordings.


From Message Board to Meet and Greet

Irish Ancestry Search Meet and Greet


My Irish Ancestry: Irish Emigration Sources

Irish Ancestry Search Emigration Sources


My Irish Ancestry: Irish Census and Substitutes

Irish Ancestry Search Irish Census and Substitutes


My Irish Ancestry: Griffith's Valuation

Irish Ancestry Search August Griffith's Valuation


Diaspora Stories: Epic Journeys Through New York Ports

Irish Ancestry Search Ellis Island New York

Use the social share icons at the top of this page to let your friends and family know about this great free Irish ancestry resource. It might be what starts them looking into their own Irish family history!


We hope you have found the information we have shared helpful. While you are here, we have a small favour to ask. Ireland Reaching Out is a non-profit organisation that relies on public funding and donations to ensure a completely free family history advisory service to anyone of Irish heritage who needs help connecting with their Irish place of origin. If you would like to support our mission, please click on the donate button and make a contribution. Any amount, big or small, is appreciated and makes a difference.