A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

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VISIT the List of Family History Groups which were advertising forthcoming live Lectures and Talks Online when their Records were reviewed.

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'A categorized & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Internet; A list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online; A free jumping-off point for you to use in your online research; A "card catalog" to the genealogical collection in the immense library that is the Internet; Your genealogical research portal onto the Internet.'

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'An educational charity with over 160 member societies throughout the world. Most of them focus on a particular geographical area or on a specific surname but there are also a variety of other specialist organisations.'

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'Provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.'

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'The country's busiest, largest free family history forum site.'

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'Founded in 1911 the Society of Genealogists (SoG) is Britain’s premier family history society. The Society maintains a splendid genealogical library and education centre in Clerkenwell in London.'

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‘Formed in 1981 as a grouping of the Family History Societies which then existed within Wales.’ Now comprises eight Member Societies.

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'Our popular meetings held once a month on a Friday evening ... with good quality speakers.'

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Combined calendar of meetings at the Society's 'six Branches across "pre-1974 Berkshire".'

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Combined Calendar for the Branches of the Society, which 'is the principal family history society for the counties of Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire'.

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'The Society holds its main meeting in Bristol, with branch meetings in Bath and Yate.'

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'The Society holds regular meetings for members ... Most meetings have a topic which is introduced by a knowledgeable speaker and with the opportunity to put questions to the speaker.'

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'The Society organises monthly meetings in Cambridge ... on a wide variety of topics, which are designed to appeal to beginner and specialist alike.'

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Combined list of the Society's Meetings in Hartlepool, Northallerton, Upper Dales, Sedgefield.

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'The Society holds monthly meetings at various venues throughout North-East Wales ... Meetings are usually held on the second Saturday afternoon of the month. There is no meeting in August.'

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Meetings can occasionally be found listed in the Forum - including those of a London & South Branch run jointly with the Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society.

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'The Society holds special events, in addition to its normal meetings, each year. Past events have been held at Glossop, Shirland, Ashover, Ashbourne and South Normanton, in addition to those at the Society HQ at Bridge Chapel House.'

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Programmes in the Society's four Groups: Exeter, Plymouth, North Devon, South Devon.

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'Each branch organises regular meetings ... All members of the Society and the public are invited to attend for which there is no charge. Members of the public are particularly welcome.'

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Programme for the Society's four Branches: Barking and Dagenham, Bishopsgate, Havering, Newham and Redbridge

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Programmes for the Society's Groups in: Croydon, Lingfield, Richmond, Southwark, Sutton.

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Access to 'Branches of the Society and Programme details ... Our main centre is at Chelmsford and there are also branches of the Society based in Colchester, Harlow, Saffron Walden and Southend-on-Sea. We also have a computer Group based in Chelmsford'.

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Combined programme for the Society's Groups.

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'Meetings are held at Aberdare, Bridgend, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Pontypridd, and Swansea are open to visitors & all members.'

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Branch Meetings for the Society's Branches in: Cirencester, Forest of Dean, Gloucester, Stroud.

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‘Access to Programmes of the five Branches of the Society: Blackwood, Chepstow and Wye Valley, Ebbw Vale and North Gwent, Newport, Pontypool: ‘'On 1st April 1996, Gwent was replaced administratively by the new unitary authorities of Monmouthshire, Blaenau Gwent, Newport, Torfaen, and Caerphilly. The new Monmouthshire, confusingly, covers only the eastern half of what was the old historic county, whilst Caerphilly also includes part of the former county of Mid-Glamorgan to the west.'

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Programmes for the six Branches of the Society: Anglesey, Arfon, Bangor, Conwy, Dwyfor, Meirionnydd

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Programmes for the 'Regional Meetings' of the Society.

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Links to branch meeting information for: Ashford; Canterbury; Deal; Maidstone; Medway; Thanet.

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Provides links to details of the programmes of the Society's Branches.

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Access to Programmes for the eight Branches of the Society.

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Access to Programmes for the Society's Groups in: Liverpool; Leigh; Southport; Skelmersdale and UpHolland; Warrington; Widnes.

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Composite list of the Meetings of the various Sections of the Society.

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Some details of Local Groups of the Society.

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‘The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) exists to provide a public benefit as well as resources and services for its Members. The Society can provide organisations planning events with speakers or a stall with family history research information. In addition it welcomes visitors to its meetings and to its Research Centre. The Society also mounts courses for the general public.‘

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Programmes for the Branches of the Society

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Access to Programmes for the Branches of the Society.

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'All meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of every month ... 7.30 - 9.15 pm. For speaker meetings, doors open at 7.15 pm for a prompt 7.30 start ... The format for our meetings will be a mixture of talks from invited speakers on family history related topics; research and help sessions using the Chilvers Coton Centre’s and the society’s resources; and social evenings. There will be ocassional visits to other resource centres e.g. Nuneaton library.'

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Details of the Meetings of the Society's three Groups: Breconshire; Montgomeryshire; Radnorshire.

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Combined list of the Meetings of the Association's membership of 'all established family history societies in Scotland'.

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Access to Programmes for the Society's eight Groups

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Access to Programmes of the Society's Groups.

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Access to Programmes of SFHG Meeting Centres.

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Access to Programmes at the Society's six venues.

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Access to Programmes at the Society's seven Centres.

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