FHSC Seminars: The Second County Asylum for Cheshire: Macclesfield by Kathryn Burtinshaw

From 18 May 2022 19:15 until 18 May 2022 21:30
Posted by Jean Laidlaw
Latterly known as Parkside Hospital, the Second County Asylum for Cheshire was built in Macclesfield in the 1870s. Kathryn has traced the identities and life outcomes of women who were sent there, and her talk will include how to use mental health records in your family history research. ***** This event is for members only and registration opens on 1st May and closes on 16 May REMEMBER you need to be logged into the website using your user name and password to register, then please click on the title of this Seminar, then click 'Join’ followed by ‘Save’ – You will receive an email confirmation of your request to attend the talk and the zoom links/meeting protocol will be forwarded 2 days prior to the talk. If you run into any difficulties with this then please contact us on the dedicated seminar email address – or see the 'Seminar Talks and how to Register' section under 'Online Talks and Meetings' in the FAQ section of the website. The Seminar series is co-ordinated by Margaret Spate, Jean Laidlaw and Margaret Roberts and ALL correspondence, queries etc should be sent to the dedicated email address - - NOT A MEMBER? Why not join, for £18 a year you will be able to attend all 12 seminars as well as all the other benefits that being an FHSC member includes.