My Ancestor was an Engineer - a half-day course on 31 January

Throughout history many of our ancestors would have been involved in the various branches of engineering (civil, electrical mechanical etc) All branches made a significant contribution to the development of the country and employed a large number of people. The session looks at the records and other information available to help flesh the bones of our engineer ancestors. A half-day course on Saturday, 31 January

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Free Lunchtime Lectures at the Society of Genealogists in January & February

The Society will host three half-hour “Lite Bites” lunchtime lectures

These free Wednesday lectures will be given by experts from the Society of Genealogists, and are for anyone interested. You do not need any specialist knowledge in order to attend.  Come and enjoy an interesting talk, and still have enough time to get back to your desk. Lectures run from 1pm-1.30pm. You are welcome to bring your lunch (bottled water also allowed) we provide tea & coffee afterwards. 

Wednesday, 28 January  Lunchtime Lecture: Starting your Family History
Cover the basics with this short introduction to useful websites, sources and techniques that will get your started on your own Who Do You Think You Are? journey, with Else Churchill

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