Monthly meetings are held on the last Thursday of the month at 7.30 pm at the church hall at All Saints Church, 2 Vicarage Road, Hoole, Chester CH2 3HZ. The church is on the left hand side of Hoole Road coming into Chester from the north east from the M56 and A41. The entrance to the church hall and car parking area is behind the church and access is immediately on the left off Vicarage Road. Click to download our 2018 Programme

 

Don't miss our meetings in 2018

Thursday, 26 July

AGM and Hilary Watmough - Serendipity:

How pure chance forwarded some family history research

Thursday, 27 September

Michael Murphy - The progress of women in Britain, 1800-1945

Thursday, 25 October

Claire Moores - The art of criminal conversation:

Researching divorce records

 

 

Meetings are open to all members of the Family History Society of Cheshire and visitors are always very welcome. There is an entry charge of £1.50 for members and £2.00 for visitors.

Most meetings feature a speaker on an aspect of family history or local interest. As well as a talk, there is a family history help desk and the opportunity to discuss family history topics with other members. Many members have particular areas of knowledge on family history or experience with using computers and the internet for family history. There is also a raffle and tea, coffee and biscuits are available free of charge at the end of the meeting.

From time to time the group hosts a bookstall run by the Family History Society of Cheshire and arranges visits to places of local or historical interest.

We also run two family history help desks. The help desk at the Chester History and Heritage Centre previously at St Michael's Church in Bridge Street, Chester, has moved to the Grosvenor Museum and re-opened on Monday, 14 May 2018. The new opening times are 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and 1.30 pm to 4.00 pm on Tuesdays and Fridays.  There is also a help desk at the Library at Storyhouse from 10 am to 12 noon on Tuesdays.

So, if you are a newcomer to family history or are looking for some local knowledge or have run up against a brickwall or would like some help on a computing or internet aspect of family history, just ask. There is always somebody who would be pleased to help.

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