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Sharpening Your Family History Research Skills –
Unlocking Your Ancestry
Six Week Family History Course
Starting; Tuesday 4th September 2018
1:30 to 4:30pm
Continuing; 18th September, 25th September, 2nd October, 23rd October, and 30th October.
at Lophams’ Village Hall,
North Lopham, Norfolk IP22 2LP
Hosted by the Diss Branch of the Norfolk Family History Society (NFHS)
£30 – NFHS Members
£60 – Non Members
Tutor; Gill Blanchard. BA. MA. PGCE. (Post. Grad. Cert. Ed.) Qualified Tutor and Professional Genealogist. Author of “Tracing Your Ancestors: Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk”, “Tracing Your House History”, and Writing Your Family History”.
To book, contact Betty Morley; email@example.com tel; 01379 688354
- Stepping Stones and Making the Most of What You’ve Got.
- Parish Registers, Nonconformist Records, Cemetery Records and Monumental Inscriptions.
- The Workhouse and its Records
- The Parish Poor
- Crime and Healthcare
- Wills, Administrations and Inventories.
MID-NORFOLK FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
INVITE YOU TO AN OPEN MEETING ENTITLED
Wednesday 21st February
Trinity Methodist Church Hall
Gill is again visiting us to look at a Family
History record from 1912 that might help to
look at our relatives and be able to
understand more about their lives.
New Year = New determination to dig deeper!
START DIGGING INTO YOUR PAST!
ENTRANCE £2 to non-members – TEA or COFFEE INCLUDED
YOU WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME
or simply search Mid-Norfolk FHS for more information.
Download the February 2018 – MNFHS poster here;