I am currently offering my talks over Zoom.  My forthcoming talks are:  

Thursday 3 March, 7pm
Census Substitutes
Family Roots FHS (Eastbourne & District)

Monday 21 March, 7.30pm
Getting Organised
Berks FHS, Abingdon Branch

Monday 4 April, 7.30pm
Quarter Sessions
Northants FHS

I am also visiting the following groups:

Hampshire Genealogical Society, Tuesday 8 March, 7.30pm
Crossfield Hall, Romsey
Searching for Dora


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LM01: Getting Started
‘An introduction to family history.’

LM01a: Getting Organised
‘Organise your work, your computer, your desk and yourself!’

LM01b: How to format a Pedigree Tree NEW
'How to show multiple marriages, twins and illegitimacy'

LM01c: How to draw a Pedigree using PowerPoint NEW
'Practical demonstration to show how easy it is' 

LM02: Parish Registers
‘A walk through history.’

LM03: The Treasures of the Parish Chest
‘The records of the parish.’

LM04: Wills Pre 1858
‘Searching for a will proved prior to the National Probate Act.’

LM05: Manorial Records
‘Life on the Manor.’

LM06: Nonconformity
‘The road to toleration.’

LM07: Military Records
‘How to search for your military ancestors.’

LM07a: Army Records
‘How to search for your army ancestors’

LM07b: Naval Records
‘How to search for your naval ancestors’

LM07c: Royal Marines
‘How to search for your Royal Marines ancestors’

LM07d: The Royal Air Force
‘How to search for your Royal Air Force ancestors’

LM07s: Shipwrecked NEW
'Using Admiralty records to recount a naval tragedy'

LM07t: Trafalgar NEW
'Using Admiralty records to recount the famous Battle of Trafalgar' 

LM08: Searching for Dora NEW
‘A search with more red-herrings than a murder mystery’

LM09: Census Substitutes
‘Directories and lists before the census.’

LM10: Using Maps
‘Tithe, Enclosure, Ordnance Survey and Estate.’

LM11: Transported Across The Seas
‘A tragic case with a happy ending.’

LM11a: Transported Across The Seas - The 1830 Hampshire Swing Riots NEW
'A case of two Hampshire teenagers in the wrong place at the wrong time' 

LM12: My Ancestor Came From Hampshire
‘How to search for your Hampshire ancestors.’

LM13: The Colours of Heraldry
‘A colourful lesson in basic heraldry.’

LM14: Workhouses and the Poor
‘Where to look for your pauper ancestors’

LM15: Quarter Sessions Records
‘Records rich in detail and easily accessible’

LM16: The Origins and Development of Surnames
‘Variants, derivations or simply spelling mistakes’

LM17: Title Deeds
‘Records that establish family links and identify the ancestral home’

LM18: The Ecclesiastical Courts NEW
'The Bawdy Courts'

LM19: Court Records NEW
'Putting the various courts, and their records, into perspective'

LM20: Visiting The National Archives
'Advice on how to gain the most from a visit'

LM21: The Christmas (Pedigree) Tree NEW
'Using a collection of records held at a county record office to build a pedigree'

LM22: Education Records
'Back to school to use these underused records'

LM23: Advancing forward from the 1911 Census NEW 
'Taking your research forward from 1911 to the 1939 Register'

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