26 September 2013

14:00 - 15:00

The Society of Genealogists is the UK's National Family History Centre. Founded in 1911, the Society maintains a remarkable genealogical library in central London containing resources for all levels of family historians' experience. The unique research collections, pedigrees and manuscript resources are gradually being made digitally available for remote access via the SoG's new website. This talk will explain how to find useful sources in the library and via your computer.

Else Churchill is the Genealogist at the Society of Genealogists, leading on genealogy educations, outreach and liaison and has lectured regularly around the UK and overseas. She writes for various genealogical magazines including the Society's Genealogists' Magazine and has a regular column in Your Family Tree Magazine. Having been a genealogical researcher for over 30 years she hopes to find more time to devote to her 17th century ancestors in Herefordshire.

Sponsored by the Friends of The National Archives.

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