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You will notice on this page that every entry contains a TAG at the end, which is the name of the group.  You will also see two drop down arrows in the search facility.

Click on the down arrow next to NAME and then click on TAG

Click on the down arrow next to IS and then click on CONTAINS : now trying adding the name of the group you are interested in.

You can try experimenting with other items under the drop down menus, but the above suggestions are the quickest and most reliable.

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Seminar Series of Events

  • October 2021
  • November 2021
  • From 17 November 2021 19:15 until 17 November 2021 21:30
    Behind the Scenes of Who Do You Think You Are – Dr Nick Barratt. Nick is an author, broadcaster, and historian, perhaps best known for his work on the popular BBC programme Who Do You Think You Are? His talk will explore the huge impact the show has made on the way we research our family stories, as well as giving an insight into how the programme was first conceived and produced. **********This Event is for Members only and registration opens on 1st November. REMEMBER you need to be logged into the website in order to register.. To register, please click on the title of this Seminar, then click ‘Join’, followed by ‘Save’ – You will receive 2 emails: a confirmation of your request to attend the talk, followed by an approval of that request. If you run into any difficulties with this then please contact us on the seminar email [see below] or visit the 'Seminar Talks and how to Register' section under 'Online Talks and Meetings' in the FAQ section of the website. The Zoom links and meeting protocol will be forwarded a few days before the talk. 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.
  • December 2021
  • From 15 December 2021 19:15 until 15 December 2021 21:30
    A renowned historian, author and TV presenter of popular culture in modern Britain, Martin’s landmark 2019 BBC series ‘Wales: England’s Colony’ was a big success. This talk centres around Martin’s best-selling book ‘Christmas and the British: A Modern History’, in which he illustrates how Christmas and its traditions have been lived, adapted, and thought about in Britain since 1914. An entertaining look at how we celebrate the season. **********This Event is for Members only and registration opens on 1st December. REMEMBER you need to be logged into the website in order to register.. To register, please click on the title of this Seminar, then click ‘Join’, followed by ‘Save’ – You will receive 2 emails: a confirmation of your request to attend the talk, followed by an approval of that request. If you run into any difficulties with this then please contact us on the seminar email [see below] or visit the 'Seminar Talks and how to Register' section under 'Online Talks and Meetings' in the FAQ section of the website. The Zoom links and meeting protocol will be forwarded a few days before the talk. 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.
  • January 2022
  • From 19 January 2022 19:15 until 19 January 2022 21:30
    Myko Clelland is a Scottish-based genealogist, spokesperson, and regional licensing manager for Findmypast, regularly discussing family history on television, radio and online. Myko will be talking about the 1921 census, what we can find, with hints and tips on seaching, **********This Event is for Members only and registration opens on 1st January. REMEMBER you need to be logged into the website in order to register.. To register, please click on the title of this Seminar, then click ‘Join’, followed by ‘Save’ – You will receive 2 emails: a confirmation of your request to attend the talk, followed by an approval of that request. If you run into any difficulties with this then please contact us on the seminar email [see below] or visit the 'Seminar Talks and how to Register' section under 'Online Talks and Meetings' in the FAQ section of the website. The Zoom links and meeting protocol will be forwarded a few days before the talk. 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.
  • February 2022
  • From 16 February 2022 19:15 until 16 February 2022 21:30
    Natalie is a professional genealogist from County Antrim, with 20 years’ research experience, a Post Graduate Certificate in Genealogical Studies and membership of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Natalie is well placed to help family historians find their way with Irish ancestral research. . **********This Event is for Members only and registration opens on 1st February. REMEMBER you need to be logged into the website in order to register.. To register, please click on the title of this Seminar, then click ‘Join’, followed by ‘Save’ – You will receive 2 emails: a confirmation of your request to attend the talk, followed by an approval of that request. If you run into any difficulties with this then please contact us on the seminar email [see below] or visit the 'Seminar Talks and how to Register' section under 'Online Talks and Meetings' in the FAQ section of the website. The Zoom links and meeting protocol will be forwarded a few days before the talk. 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.
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