SEARCHING FOR DORA – LES MITCHINSON

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"Searching for Dora" Les shows how searching for Dora was the type of puzzle we all experience in our family tree. He explains how falsehoods threw him off the scent […]

Computer Group – Family Historian

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John Waters uses Family Historian to host and manage his trees. He has previously talked to one of our live meetings on the topic, and will seek to offer guidance […]

MISSING MARRIAGES – SIMON WILLS

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"Missing Marriages" Simon returns to us to hopefully help with one of the frustrating things in genealogy, not being able to find an ancestor's marriage. What can you do if  […]

Computer Group – Bring an Ancestor

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In the olden days, when we had live meetings, we offered this subject twice. Now we have many regular attenders who were previously unable to join us, we thought the […]

SEARCHING FOR IRISH ANCESTORS – Dr PENNY WALTERS

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"Searching for Irish Ancestors"  - This talk will look at current and historical maps of Ireland. Since the early 17th century there have been four Provinces of Ireland: Connacht, Leinster, […]

Computer Group – Breaking down your Brick Walls

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After great popular demand, David Gynes has agreed to reconvene his panel of experts to attempt to suggest ways to break down "Brick Walls" that members have encountered in their […]

FINDING TREASURE IN NEWSPAPERS – MIA BENNETT

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"Finding Treasure in Newspapers" An insight into the wealth of information that is available within newspapers, including the British Newspaper Archive and The Gazette, as well as hints and tips […]

Computer Group – subject to follow

When live meetings were the norm, Computer Group did not meet in August. It may be possible to reopen Treetops by August, and many of us can expect to have […]

Computer Group – Technical Help Session

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Zoom only. Alan Mead ran one of these sessions every 12 months or so in the past, but they rather petered out, due to lack of advance questions from members. […]