You can find the latest Spring edition of our Journal in the members’ area. You will need to be logged in of course. The latest journal and all the other online journals are in the journal archive
Apologies that this is available on line a little later than you might have expected. Something went down a black hole.
As in previous years Rose Hewlett is planning two trips to the National Archives at Kew and to the Botanical Gardens.
The first is planned for Tuesday 14 May 2019 and the second for Thursday 19 September 2019. You can download all the details in the form here. Please send your booking forms and cheques back to Rose directly. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact her.
Photos Taken 04/04/2018
We look forward to seeing you at the new centre, Things are still being sorted out but to give you a taster. Pictures taken during move.
This post updated 01/04/2018
The second of this year’s trips to the National Archives at Kew and to the Botanical Gardens is planned for Tuesday 18 September 2018. You can download all the details a in the form here. Please send your booking forms and cheques back to Rose directly. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact her.
To celebrate National Family History Month in Australasia, the Federation of Family History Societies has updated Our Australasian Really Useful Information Leaflet. You can download it for free, here:
The FFHS has produced the leaflet in association with the Society of Australian Genealogists and Australasian Federation of Family History Organisations.
The leaflet focuses on how to research your ancestors if you live in Australasia. It is also a great resource for UK family historians who may have had ancestors who went to Australasia, either because of forced transportation or due to emigration.
The leaflet gives a long list of websites and has a how-to guide. It also lists family history societies that can help with your research.