FRC Reopening

The FRC reopened on Friday 3rd December. For the protection of visitors, volunteers and staff anyone wishing to enter the FRC will need: (1) to wear a mask; (2) to show a valid ‘My Vaccine Pass’ as proof of double-vaccination; (3) to scan in using the Covid tracer app and/or sign in manually at Reception; (4) to demonstrate social distancing (1m separation from others) once in the FRC; (5) to practice good hand sanitisation. For anyone unable to comply with the above, our remote services (e.g. Research Services) will now be fully functional from 3rd December.

NZSG Interest Group - Irish

Irish Interest Group

Contact

Geraldene O'Reilly
PO Box 2721456
PAPAKURA 2244

Email: IrishSIG@genealogy.org.nz

Branch Executive


Title First Name Surname
Convener Geraldene O'Reilly
Treasurer Kathryn O'Neil
Secretary Maria Coyne

Geraldene O'Reilly
PO Box 272-1456
Papakura
Auckland 2244

Phone: 09 299 1381

The Irish Interest Group provides genealogical information covering the 32 counties of Ireland.

Our Irish holdings held within the NZSG Family Research Centre cover a range of resources: Books, CDs, Maps, Fiche, Journals, Magazines, BDM Index Films, County Folders.

Special Events

No further events scheduled for 2021. New updates for 2022 when available.

Meetings

Irish genealogy meetings are held at the New Zealand Society of Genealogists Family Research Centre, 159 Queens Road, Panmure, Auckland on the fourth Sunday of February, May, August and November. Meetings go from 1pm to 4pm, with the doors opening at midday, front and rear entrances. Should you want to bring your lunch, tea/coffee will be available.

Check our meeting notices for details of meeting topic and/or guest speaker.

At the conclusion of presentations the library will be open for research purposes. Assistance is provided for Irish research; please ensure you bring your family files.

A meeting door fee of $5.00 applies, with afternoon tea complementary. New members and visitors are welcome.

For any enquiries email Irish.

Next Meeting

The first meeting for 2022 is to be held at NZSG FRC 159 Queens Road, Panmure Auckland, Sunday 27 February at 1pm.

A guest speaker as yet to be confirmed, watch for update early 2022.

 

2022 Meetings

2022 meetings will be held on 27 February, 22 May, 28 August and 27 November.

New Zealand Irish Survey

Irish in Aotearoa

In February 2021 a Report on the outcome of this survey was released - "Mapping the Irish Community and People of Irish Heritage in New Zealand" with a Foreword by Michael D Higgins, President of Ireland.

To obtain a better understanding of the breadth and depth of Irish connections in Aotearoa New Zealand, the Embassy of Ireland teamed up with Otago University Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies on a national project to map Irish citizens across New Zealand.

This project is the first contemporary research of the Irish population and people of Irish Heritage in New Zealand.

The Report's findings are available to access at www.friendsofireland.co.nz/Irish-in-Aotearoa-Report - free to browse or download a PDF copy. 

This research was commissioned by the Embassy of Ireland, New Zealand, and funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs of Ireland.

Subscription

Our financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March. Our annual rate is $5.00 single or $7.00 joint fee. Download a subscription form. Internet payment can be made to ASB Bank Mt Albert 12-3029-0232300-00. Please ensure you quote your name as reference.

Newsletters

The Irish Interest Group provide a column in The New Zealand Genealogist magazine relating to a range of Irish genealogy items. A bi-monthly newsletter is emailed to members of the Irish Interest Group.

AGM Reports 2021

2021 Committee

  • Convenor - Geraldene O'Reilly
  • Secretary - Maria Coyne
  • Treasurer - Kathryn O'Neil
  • Committee - Miles Dillon,  Bruce Graham, Dorothy Dowgray, John Dowgray, Rixanne Fergusson

Resources

You can download information from this section about Irish Genealogy Websites

Travel Information From Tourism Ireland

With friendly locals, lots of charm and a diverse range of experiences any time is good to Fill Your Heart with Ireland

Picture these …

  • Unique places to stay from castles, cool B&B’s to camping
  • Great tastes with food tours, farmer’s markets and seafood gems
  • Catch Trad sessions from Kerry to Derry and in between
  • Invigorating walks and quieter attractions

For everything you need to know visit www.ireland.com

Want to chat with a local or see what they’re up to: https://go.irlnd.co/1Community

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