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Julian Walton Winter Lecture Series 2018 - Schedule of Lectures announced

 

DUNHILL HISTORY LECTURES

Series XII, 2018
 
The series will run for ten weeks, every Thursday from 11 January to 15 March, starting at 8pm.
 
11 Jan  Julian Walton: Despicable jackals, gallant submariners, and Waterford in the World War I U-boat campaign 
18 Jan  Kieran Walsh: From war to wine, from shipping to sport: Irish-French links over 300 years
25 Jan  Tony Hennessy: “My Ancestor was sent to Jail - Hooray!”  The Petty Sessions Court and prison records as genealogical sources
1 Feb    Una Kealy: The life and work of Waterford dramatist Teresa Deevy
8 Feb    Joan Johnson: Waterford’s Quaker Heritage
15 Feb  Eugene Broderick: Noel Browne, Minister for Health 1948-1951
22 Feb  Pat McCarthy: William Jasper McSweeney, the Waterpark boy who established the Irish Air Corps
1 Mar   Julian Walton:Lions in the bedroom, painting the town red, and the rake reformed: Henry, third Marquess of Waterford, 1811-1859
8 Mar   Julian Walton: Louisa Marchioness of Waterford: a bicentenary assessment, 1818-2018
15 Mar Roy Dooney: The building of Dunmore Harbour 

Lectures are held at Dunhill Multi-Education Centre (opposite the GAA grounds). 
Starting at 8 p.m., each lecture lasts about an hour and is followed by a question & answer session and light refreshments provided by Park Café.
All are welcome.  There will be an admission charge of €5 per lecture, with a reduced price of €45 for the full series of ten lectures.
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