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Fréamh Éireann Mission Statement
Fréamh Éireann is the Genealogy Group within the
Gaelic-American Club in Fairfield, CT. We are a
genealogical society approved by the Secretary
of the State of Connecticut, meaning we are
allowed access to Town Clerks’ records throughout
CT. Our name is Gaelic for "Irish Roots" and we
have the mission of assisting GAC members
interested in learning more about their ancestors.
We focus on, but are not limited to,
Irish family research.
Fréamh Éireann meets monthly, except July and
August, at 10:30 AM on the second Saturday of each
month in the O'Keefe Room. We welcome all GAC members,
particularly those who need help in their family
search or those who don't know where to start.
As a self-help group, our members support one
another by sharing our own research experiences
while providing suggestions and guidance.
We do not conduct research for others. Members
are kept advised of genealogical seminars and
events via meeting minutes and email notices.
Periodically guest speakers are invited to
address our meetings and field trips are arranged
to points of genealogical interest.