Sean O'Duill

47 Delwood Road
Castleknock, 15
Dublin Ireland

Phone: 353-1-821-7272


Contact between 06:00 pm to 10:00 pm Eastern Time


Eileen and Sean can provide a seminar which combines expert advice on doing Irish genealogical research in Ireland with an introduction to the rich folklore of your Irish ancestors.


  • Introduction to Irish Genealogy: Where Do I Start?
  • Researching in Ireland: Planning is the Key to Success.
  • Irish Genealogy Ltd: Progress report on developments in Ireland, 2004.
  • Dublin, 30 June 1922: Did Everything Blow up?
  • Matchmaking and Marriage Customs in 19th Century Ireland
  • Death and Burial Rites in Rural Ireland
  • The Role of the Genealogist in International Research

  • Speaking Conditions:

    Can provide a range of lectures on Irish genealogy, Irish Folklore and an introduction to the Irish language
    Master copy provided for handouts
    Audio-visual equipment required
    Home housing is acceptable, willing to combine several venues in a region to reduce costs to societies

    Previous Engagements:

    March 2003 Irish Family History Forum , Merrick, Long Island, New York
    September 2004 International Genealogical Festival, Sligo, Ireland September 2004
    November 2004 Federation of Long Island Genealogical Societies Conference, Hofstra University, New York
    March 2005 Galway International Genealogical Conference, Oranmore, County Galway

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