Monday, 18 April 2016

Handouts from WDYTYA? Live 2016

Now available from the Society of Genealogists, the following handouts from WDYTYA? Live, 7-9 April 2016.

Kirsty Bennett & Imogen Middleton (Thursday  7 April 2016) Sources, People and Remembrance - Surrey in the Great War

Kirsty Bennett & Immogen Middleton (Thursday 7 April 2016) Surrey in the Great War Free Information Leaflet and link to Surrey In the Great War website

Peter Christian (Thursday 7 April 2016) Maps Online.  Here's a link to Peter's website where you will find his handout and a PDF of his slides

Else Churchill (Thursday 7 April 2016)  A Quick Guide to the Society of Genealogists' Library

Else Churchill (Friday 8 April 2016 ) What's Been Done Before? Finding Pedigrees online and at the society of Genealogists Library

Else Churchill (Saturday 9 April 2016) Research Before 1837. Church Records On and Offline

Jackie Depelle (Friday8 April 2016) Writing Your Family History

Dr Gillian Draper (Thursday 7 April 2016) Free Resources for Fleshing Out the Bones of Your Family History

Dr Gillian Draper (Friday 8 April 2016) The Best Place For Your Local History

Margaret Haig (Saturday 9 April 2016) Copyright and Family History

Doreen Hopwood (Friday 8 April 2016) Birmingham Ancestors

Jane Howells (Saturday 9 April 2016) Don't Throw This Out

Timo Kracke (Saturday 9 April) Start Your research For German Ancestors with genealogy.net)

Tahitia McCabe (Thursday 7 April 2016) Cluster Genealogy or the Fan Club

Dr Jim Ryan (Saturday 9 April 2016) Strange and Unusual Sources for Irish Famiy History

Mike Sharpe (Thursday 7 April 2016) Tracing Birmingham Ancestors: Hidden gems

Mike Sharpe (Saturday 9 April 2016) Researching Your Midlands Ancestors in Staffordshire, Wawickshire and Worcestershire

Dr Jenny Swanson (Saturday 9 April 2016) Original Images: Looking Beyond Indexes and Transcriptions

Find them here.

Thinking or a trip for family history research next year?  Keep in mind that Who Do You Think You Are? Live will be at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham April 7 - 9, 2017 (or thereabouts.)

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