Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Kent based family history course

From genealogist Celia Heritage, details of a family history course in Kent:

BUILDING YOUR FAMILY TREE
Highbury Hall, Highbury Lane, Tenterden, Kent TN30 6LE
7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Thursday 27th September - Starting Out and Civil Registration
Thursday 4th October - Census Records
Thursday 11th October - Practical Exercise
Thursday 18th October - Parish Registers
Thursday 25th October - An Introduction to Other Sources

Cost £68 (includes a year’s support service for your own research). Missed sessions may be made up by prior arrangement ~ ask for details. Please note places must be booked in advance.

Family History looks easy when you see it on TV, but in reality things can be quite different and it can be a bewildering subject for the uninitiated. Even if you have made a good start and feel fairly confident there is much more you can do to take your research to areas you have never thought of and really start bringing your ancestors to life! In this five-week course we will look not just at how to start, but at the tips and pitfalls of searching, at some of the lesser known sources you can use and also how to surmount those family history brick walls. This course is suitable for beginners and also for those with some experience behind them and is run by genealogist Celia Heritage. Celia is a regular lecturer for the Society of Genealogists in London, at the Who Do You Think You Are show at Olympia and at the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies. She also writes for various national family history magazines.

Booking and further details at www.heritagefamilyhistory.co.uk

Thursdays 7.30 - 9.30
27th September
4th October
11th October
18th October
25th October

Missed sessions can be made up by prior arrangement

Chris

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