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Members are able to ask for searches on several of the Society’s data sets including our transcriptions. We have now made our Gloucestershire Monumental Inscriptions available for searching. Use the link in the Members’ Area menu above.
Looking for someone in Gloucestershire … have you tried our 1931 Electoral Roll which can be as good as a census for finding people. Available as a Download or CD from our shop.
Gloucestershire Electoral Roll 1931 Vol.1 – covers the Forest of Dean, Gloucester and Stroud and was in force between 15 October 1931 and 14 October 1932.
Gloucestershire Electoral Roll 1931 Vol.2 Download – covers Cheltenham, Cirencester and Thornbury and was in force between 15 October 1931 and 14 October 1932.
If you’d like to receive a printed copy of “The JOURNAL of Gloucestershire Family History Society” but have renewed your annual membership for the “Read Journal Online” subscription then click Upgrade to Receive Journal by Post.
This is a feature for UK Members who pay by Standing Order but haven’t changed their Standing Orders to the new 2015 Membership Fees and want to continue to receive the “Journal” by Post.
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See who you will discover. Members of Gloucestershire Family History Society have transcribed the Register of Burials from The Coney Hill Burial Ground in the City of Gloucester from the 10th May 1938 to 5th January 2015 and the Transcriptions are available to purchase as follows …
ANZAC day – 25 April marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.
See our list of ANZACs who were born in Gloucestershire which contains details of 118 soldiers born in Gloucestershire who joined the ANZACS in Australia and took part in WW1.
(This is a PDF document which can be viewed or downloaded)
Gloucestershire FHS Helpdesk will be on Stand 85 during “Who do You Think You Are ? – Live !” at the NEC from April 16th to 18th. Why not come across to see if we can help you or just for a chat.
The Spring edition of “The Journal” is now available on-line in the Journal Archive from the “Members Area” Menu item.