At our next coffee morning on 29th May 2019 Paul Bosonnet will talk about ‘ Experiences of a French Emigrant Family in Ireland in the 19th Century’. Paul Bosonnet is a TRA member and is a retired Chartered Engineer. He is married to Margot Bosonnet who is a retiree from Trinity Library. The talk has resulted from ongoing research carried out in both France and Ireland over the past 20 years, covering the period 1791-1913. The original Family who arrived in Dublin from France in June 1836 consisted of both parents and one daughter and afterwards one son who was born in Dublin. Two of the family graduated from the Academie de Grenoble and subsequently worked in the teaching profession. The Talk refers to various incidents which occurred during the French Revolution resulting in the family leaving France.
We meet in the Global Room, Watts Building, College East End. Coffee is from 10.30 and the talk starts at 11.00.
For catering purpose, we’d be grateful if you would let us know that you would like to attend, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you…
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