Society of Genealogists

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The Society of Genealogists offers a wonderful combination of research material, expert guidance and practical support for anyone interested in family history or social history.

We are a charity whose objects are to promote, encourage and foster the study, science and knowledge of genealogy. We were founded in 1911 and ever since then we've been collecting family history documents - long before local record offices opened.

We are the National Family History Centre and families have always deposited their family history documents and records with us for safe keeping. So, we have documents and items that you might not expect to find.

We are committed to an education and skills programme, delivering a wide range of talks, walks and and courses for people new to family history, social and family historians, and genealogists. Our family history Free Access Area in the Lower Library offers free access to most of the pay-per-view genealogy websites.

Venue Type:

Library, Archive, Association or society

Opening hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: 10-6, Thursday: 10-8

Closed: Sunday, Monday, Friday

Admission charges

Regular free talks on Wednesdays
Free Library Tours every second Saturday
One-hour talk: £8.00
Half-day course: £20.00
Full-day course: £35.00
Access to our Library and databases for research: small fee payable at Reception

Getting there

Our cul de sac, Charterhouse Buildings, is located off the traffic intersection at Goswell Road/Old Street. The nearest tube stations: Barbican or Old Street
Bus: 4, 56, 55, 243

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
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Family history beginners - free advice on using family history websites

  • 22 July 2017 11-2am *on now

Learn more about how to use the open PCs in our Library. Get comfortable using all the pay-per-view family history websites (such as Ancestry and Findmypast) available on these PCs, with our tutor.

Your day with us just gets even more productive when you can combine searching our online Catalogue, looking for books or records in our Library and Archives, and then using the open PCs to find out what the family history websites hold. This half-hour session is free to all.

Session times: 10:45, 11:15, 12:45 or 1:15.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

Free but please register for your session by emailing: events@sog.org.uk.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk

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The Myth of the Brickwall and Bulletproofing your Family History Research

  • 22 July 2017 10:30am-1pm *on now

There are no brick walls, only negative thinking, and there are better ways of going about your investigations. This talk deals with building up the past and with building reasonable certainty into your genealogical findings.

Topics include all are ways to maximise your findings, expand your family history and pass it on with confidence to your family and descendants:
- Evidence and absence of evidence;
- Logical assessment of facts;
- Less used sources;
- Searching for patterns;
- Temporal linkages;
- The value of geography;
- Probability versus proof;
- Iterative refinement;
- Referencing sources.

There will be many examples from England, Scotland and abroad.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

Half-day workshop: £20.00
If you are a Member of the Society of Genealogists: £16.00.
It’s easy to become a Member and there are loads of other benefits and discounts. Visit our website (www.sog.org.uk) to find out more.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/the-myth-of-the-brickwall-bulletproofing-your-research

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Careers in Genealogy: The Road to AGRA and Running a Genealogical Practice

  • 22 July 2017 2-5pm *on now

Are you thinking of doing genealogical research as a paid professional? If you read the classified ads in the many family history magazines, you will find there is no shortage of offers of research for a fee. But how do you know that you can trust your research, and money, to these people? Are they competent, running a business or just making a quick buck?

There are many issues around actually running a genealogical practice. In this talk, Ian Marson gives you insight into what is involved and how membership of AGRA (The Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives) is an advantage to professional genealogy.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

Half-day course: £20.00; discount for SoG Members: £16.00

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/careers-in-genealogy-the-road-to-agra-running-a-genealogical-practi-4

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Tying Down your Immigrant Ancestor

  • 26 July 2017 2-3pm

Even when we know that people on our family tree came to Britain to live from other parts of the world, it can be difficult to establish the facts. Shipping records can be non-existent, a death at sea may not be recorded in any expected place, or a female ancestor may marry when she arrives in her new country. There are many challenges.

In this one-hour talk, Michael Gandy offers advice on how to find your immigrant ancestors.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This one-hour talk costs £8.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £6.40 is available. Please try to book in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/tying-down-your-immigrant-ancestor-2

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For Family Historians: Free Library Tours

  • 29 July 2017 11am-1pm

Full of family history treasures and records, directories and databases, 3 floors and over 120,000 items - what's not to like?

If you're working on your family's history, the Society of Genealogists' Library is a great place to explore. You can come in and browse, just asking the staff and volunteers for help when you need it. But, seriously, with so much to see, the Society recommends that you take a library tour.

They're free, they're only 1½ hours long, and they're every second Saturday.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This is a free tour.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/tour-of-the-library-1-july

Family History: Tracing Ancestors in Wales

  • 29 July 2017 2-5pm

Have you a Jones a Davies or a Thomas in your family tree? Do you know the difference between Aberhonddu and Brecon? Did your ancestors worship at chapel or at church? Did your ancestors move to or from Wales?

Join Gill Thomas for a half day course focusing on Welsh Ancestry. Covering topics from administration districts to ecclesiastical records to surnames to monumental inscriptions and pre-Census records, we aim to guide you towards finding more about your Welsh ancestors. With additional information such as how to research specialist topics including Welsh army regiments and occupations such as Merchant Navy service, we will show you how to access additional records both on and offline.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This is half-day workshop costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/the-workhouse

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Family History: The Workhouse

  • 29 July 2017 10:30am-1pm

The very poor of Victorian society, the destitute, and those who were unable to help themselves all too often found themselves in the workhouse. But was it as bad as has often been made out?

Come along and find out – you may be surprised by what you discover. Simon Fowler discusses the experiences of pauper inmates between the early 18th century when the first workhouses were established, until they were formally abolished in 1930. He looks at:
- Surviving archival resources;
- The long-suffering staff employed by workhouses and how you can trace their careers.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This half-day course costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/the-workhouse

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What did your Ancestors do?

  • 2 August 2017 2-3pm

Genealogy success depends on discovering where and when your ancestors lived and what they did in their lives.

In this talk, Else Churchill provides an overview of the many primary and printed sources that will give information about members of the professions as well as information on craftsmen, artisans and traders.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

£8.00; If you are a Member of the Society of Genealogists: £6.40

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/what-did-your-ancestors-do

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From the Raj to Independence: Researching British Families in India

  • 5 August 2017 10:30am-5pm

An introduction to sources for family history in the British Library with Hedley Sutton from the British Library
Deals with the basics of looking for details of births/baptisms, marriages and deaths/burials in the Asian and African Studies Reading Room at the British Library. Explains why the British Library holds this treasure trove of genealogical information. Gives practical guidance for new and inexperienced researchers using the Library for the first time.

From Boarshorst to Bangalore: The Story of James Bradbury with Geraldine Charles from FIBIS:
A helpful case history of a family historian’s search for her great-great-grandfather, who went to India with the Madras Artillery. Geraldine researched why he might have gone there, what the Artillery were doing, what he looked like, his marriage and the births and deaths of his children.

Beyond BMDs: More British Library sources for family history in South Asia with Hedley Sutton from the British Library:
A more detailed look at the range of archival and other sources available in the Library for researching European ancestors in South Asia.

British India Sources in the SoG Library with Else Churchill from the Society of Genealogists:
The remarkable collection of Indian material in the Society of Genealogists Library is largely due to the efforts in the 1930s and 1940s of Lt Col H Kendal Percy-Smith F.R.Hist, FSG and his friends Brigadier H Bullock and Major Vernon Hodson FSG (1883-1963). Lt Col Percy-Smith became Honorary Librarian of the Society of Genealogists in 1937. He maintained that “Life consists of spells of hard work alternating with periods of slackness with nothing to do”. Inspired by reading back copies of the Genealogists Magazine during his spells in India during the war years with presumably, in his words, nothing to do, Lt Col Percy-Smith became one of those indefatigable indexers to whom genealogists owe heartfelt thanks for the wealth of transcripts, abstracts and indexed records held in the Society’s library and now being digitised for Members.

Questions and Answers

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This is a full-day course costs £35.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £28.00 is available. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/from-raj-to-independence-researching-british-families-in-india

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Family History: British Population Listings - 17th to 20th centuries

  • 12 August 2017 2-5pm

From early times, the state, the church and many private or local authorities made lists of all kinds recording the names of individuals. Many of these records give extensive lists of names, providing us with early 'census' substitutes. Not only can they give you information about an individual but also about relationships. They can also give actual addresses and details about property and other information, painting a glorious picture of the way someone lived and fitted into their local community.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This half-day course costs £16.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/seventeenth-to-the-twentieth-centuries-british-population-

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Lincs Links - Tracing Family History in Lincolnshire

  • 16 August 2017 2-3pm

Lincolnshire is a county which has much of hidden interest.  Look beyond the 'Ag Labs' to discover her industrial innovations, including agricultural machinery and the WW1 tank.  Also, there are airbases still open - one being the home of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Then there are a number of famous and infamous sons and daughters including Sir Isaac Newton, Margaret Thatcher, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and The Acid Bath Murderer.

In this talk, Jeff Royce and Richard Brown introduce you to useful sources on the web, known as Lincs Links, which will help you to explore the County’s rich history. 

Richard Brown is Chairman and Programme Secretary of the Lincolnshire Family History Society - London Branch.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This one-hour talk costs is £8.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £6.40 is available.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/tracing-family-history-in-lincolnshire-lincs-links

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Historic Greenwich

  • 23 August 2017 2-3pm

Ian Porter introduces you to Historic Greenwich. There is naval history, with buildings such as the Old Royal Naval College. There are lovely views of the whole of London. There are the Prime Meridian and the Royal Observatory. And there is plenty of Tudor history - Greenwich  was a favourite residence of both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.

On Friday 25th August, join Ian for a walk around the whole district, from 11 am to 1 pm.

There are no special entry requirements for this course and you do not need to be a Member of the Society of Genealogists to attend. However, it is specifically for people who want to understand more about the 17th century. Expect a friendly atmosphere, an expert tutor and lots of detail.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This is a one-hour talk costing £8.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £6.40 is available. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/historic-greenwich

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In the Name of God, Amen: Wills Workshop

  • 26 August 2017 10:30am-1pm

Maybe your ancestors owned large swathes of land in the north of England. Maybe they came from a more humble background in the West Country. No matter. The chances are that somewhere along the line some of them have left wills.

In this half-day course, Dave Annal looks at how to access wills and how to use them to get a better understanding of what life was really like for your ancestors.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This is a half-day course costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/in-the-name-of-god-amen-wills-workshop-2

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Family History: Making and Breaking a Marriage

  • 2 September 2017 10:30am-1pm

The history and rules governing a church or civil marriage and the problems caused by marital breakdown are always a challenge to genealogists. Finding a marriage is one of the commonest problems for family historians and this course will help you to:
- Identify the sources that contain information;
- Give you the techniques that can help track down the information you need;
- Understand the role that ecclesiastic and civil courts played in marital breakdown and divorce and what records can help or hinder the genealogist.

Admission

This half-day course costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/making-breaking-a-marriage

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Medieval and Early Family History

  • 2 September 2017 2-5pm

In this half-day course, Dr Nick Barratt covers:
- Medieval and early family history sources;
- Practical information for research;
- Feudalism, landholding and social hierarchy;
- Government and local administration;
- Law and justice;
- Church and religion.

There are no special entry requirements and you do not need to be a Member of the Society of Genealogists. This talk is for anyone who is tracing their family ancestors. Expect a friendly atmosphere, an expert tutor and lots of detail. Tea and coffee are provided during a break in the session.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This half-day workshop costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/medieval-early-family-history

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London’s Villages: Piccadilly and St James

  • 6 September 2017 2-3pm

What famous store was founded on the sale of second-hand candles? What club voted Margaret Thatcher an honorary man? Where aren’t you allowed to run, whistle, sing, open an umbrella, wheel a pushchair or carry a parcel?? Who was “the little gentleman in black velvet”?? What royal lodged two mistresses in the same house?

Join Pete Smith for the answers to all these questions and many more. There are no special entry requirements and you do not need to be a Member of the Society of Genealogists. This talk is for anyone interested in London history. Expect a friendly atmosphere, an expert tutor and lots of detail.

Plus, why not join Pete’s walk 'Piccadilly and St James' at 11.00 am on Friday 8th September. The cost is £8.00 per person. It starts from just inside the entrance to Green Park, opposite the Ritz Hotel. Note: This is NOT a SoG event. Please just show up with cash payment in hand.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This one-hour talk costs £8.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, there is a discounted price of £6.40.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/londons-villages-piccadilly-st-james

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Family History Skills Stage 2 - evening classes

  • 7 September 2017 6-8pm
  • 14 September 2017 6-8pm
  • 21 September 2017 6-8pm
  • 28 September 2017 6-8pm
  • 5 October 2017 6-8pm
  • 12 October 2017 6-8pm
  • 19 October 2017 6-8pm
  • 26 October 2017 6-8pm
  • 2 November 2017 6-8pm
  • 16 November 2017 6-8pm
  • 23 November 2017 6-8pm
  • 30 November 2017 6-8pm

Join us at the Society of Genealogists' popular evening course to develop your family history skills. This is our second set of evening classes to develop your research and genealogy knowledge. Our team of professional genealogists present a carefully designed curriculum to develop your skills.

Deadline to enrol: 30 August

Who is this course for?
Stage 2 is designed for those who already have some experience of genealogical research and are familiar with the basic records (General Registration, the censuses, directories, parish registers and bishops' transcripts and wills).

Stage 2 covers the records and techniques that professional genealogists use to take their research further.

Evening classes can be a great way to study genealogy. Away from all the other pressures of life for two hours, you can focus on how to find your ancestors and flesh out your family's history. You'll spend time with other people in the class that share your interests and are as keen as you are to learn new skills.

Suitable for

  • 18+

Admission

Total price for all 13 weeks: £225.00

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/stage-2-evening-skills-course-4

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My Ancestor Came from Suffolk

  • 9 September 2017 10:30am-1pm

Join Gill Blanchard to learn how to find and use resources, from the well-known to hidden gems, to trace your Suffolk ancestry. Discover what is available locally, nationally and online. Gill includes case studies to show what is possible.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This half-day workshop costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, there is a discounted price of £16.00.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/how-to-die-like-a-victorian

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My Ancestor Came from Norfolk

  • 9 September 2017 2-5pm

Join Gill Blanchard for a half-day workshop to learn how to find and use resources, from the well-known to hidden gems, to trace your Norfolk ancestry. Discover what is available locally, nationally and online. Gill includes case studies to help you see what is possible.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

Half-day course: £20.00. Members of the Society of Genealogists: £16.00. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/tracing-family-history-in-new-zealand-discovering-ancestral-footprint

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Copyright for Family History

  • 13 September 2017 2-3pm

Copyright applies to photographs, diaries, paintings, film clips and many other works.  In this talk Margaret Haig aims to cover some of the issues you might face with copyright works in your family history.

Margaret covers:
- How long copyright lasts;
- When you might or might not need permission to use the works;
- What you can do if you cannot find the right holder and would like to copy the work.

Margaret's talk will be especially useful for those considering publication of their family history. 

Margaret Haig is with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO), the official government body responsible for intellectual property rights including patents, designs, trademarks and copyright. 

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

This one-hour talk costs £8.00. Members of the Society of Genealogists have a discounted price of £6.40

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/copyright-for-family-history-3

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Victorian Hospitals and Medical Ancestors

  • 16 September 2017 2-5pm

This course will consist of two talks:

In Sickness and In Health - Victorian Health Care 
The type of medical treatment our Victorian ancestors could receive depended upon their social class. Based on the research undertaken for her book 'Life in the Victorian Hospital', Michelle Higgs investigates the healthcare available in the 19th century and the conditions in hospitals for both patients and staff.

Tracing Patients, Doctors, Nurses and other Medical Ancestors
Hospital records, annual reports and professional registers can be used to trace ancestors who were either patients or staff such as doctors, surgeons, nurses or other medical professionals. Based on the research undertaken for her book 'Tracing Your Medical Ancestors', Michelle Higgs explains how to use these sources.

Michelle illustrates both talks with photographic images, illustrations and documents.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

£20.00; discounted for Members of Society of Genealogists £16.00

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/victorian-hospitals-medical-ancestors

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Understanding Civil Registration - A  Registrar’s View

  • 16 September 2017 10:30am-1pm

As researchers and family historians, we look at certificates of birth, marriage and death every day. But do we always interpret them correctly? 

In this course, with Antony Marr a former registrar, we look at the complex rules surrounding the registration of these vital events, including:
- Declarations;
- Corrections and re-registrations;
- Examples to dispel some myths and misunderstandings and show how understanding the process can help decipher complex families and find those elusive missing ancestors.    

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

£20.00; discounted for Members of Society of Genealogists £16.00

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/understanding-civil-registration-a-registrars-view-2

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Forbidden Love: Love vs Law

  • 20 September 2017 2-3pm

The variations of love and the historic principles of British Law can throughout history often appear to be in conflict with modern beliefs. In this talk, Fred Feather looks at what constitutes the elements of a crime: criminal thought and criminal deed. He describes events in history where contemporary thinking does not fully accord with current legal practice. Among these are examples of: adultery, murder, incest, homosexuality and criminal conversations. Fred uses interpretations by artists of the time to illustrate the examples. For family historians, these events can be confusing unless they are aware of the thinking of that particular time.

Fred Feather was for 41 years a career policeman, specialising in child and victim protection and public relations. He has edited the journals of the Essex Family Historian and the military history Society Napoleonic. He is currently vice-president of the Essex Society for Family History.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

£8.00; discounted for Members of Society of Genealogists £6.40

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/forbidden-love-love-vs-law

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An Illustrated History of Barnet

  • 27 September 2017 2-3pm

The issuing of a charter for a market in 1199 gave Chipping Barnet its name. The growth of the coaching industry in the 17th century gave Barnet High Street 45 pubs. And the town gave its name to a battle attended by three kings.

Using drawings, maps and photos Rob Kayne helps us examine the rich history of Barnet from medieval times to the present.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children

Admission

One-hour talk: £8.00; discounted price for SoG Members: £6.40

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/an-illustrated-history-of-barnet

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Tracing your Ancestors in Leicestershire

  • 30 September 2017 2-5pm

It's always better to know something about a county, its Archives Office and the deposits you might find before you venture forth from your armchair.

A knowledge of ancestry in Leicestershire has to be guided by the impact and knowledge of registration divisions to account for the oddities which can assault you. Dominic Johnson is hoping that his photographic guided tour of the Archives Office and what you may expect to find at Leicester Record Office and in other places will answer most questions you have in mind.

Admission

This half-day course costs £20.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £16.00 is available. It's easy to become a Member. Find details on our website, www.sog.org.uk. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/tracing-your-ancestors-in-leicestershire

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Getting the Best from The National Archives and its Website

  • 30 September 2017 10:30am-1pm

A day at The National Archives at Kew can be a daunting experience. Join this course and arrive better prepared.

We'll begin by looking at resources you can use before you visit to discover exactly which documents you need to order. You will then make the best use of your time in the reading rooms.

There will be tips to help you find what you want easily and quickly.

Admission

This one-hour talk starts at 2.00 pm and costs £8.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £6.40 is available. For us to hold a place for you, the talk must be booked and paid for in advance. You can do this by visiting our website or phoning us on 020 7553 3290.

Website

http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/getting-the-best-from-the-national-archives-and-its-website

Getting there

Our cul de sac, Charterhouse Buildings, is located off the traffic intersection at Goswell Road/Old Street. The nearest tube stations: Barbican or Old Street
Bus: 4, 56, 55, 243

Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
London
Greater London
EC1M 7BA
England

Website

Find out more on our website.

www.sog.org.uk

E-mail

Events

events@sog.org.uk

Telephone

Events bookings

020 7553 3290

General Information

020 7251 8799

Library queries

020 7702 5485

Fax

020 7250 1800

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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