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From: Stephen Hayes
To: All
Date: 2004-02-27 05:28:22
Subject: Freebie at SOG - Using the Society's Library

* Forwarded (from: GEN_BRITAIN) by Stephen Hayes using timEd/2 1.10.y2k.
* Originally from Hugh Watkins (8:8/2002) to All.
* Original dated: Wed Feb 25, 08:55

From: "Hugh Watkins" <hugh_watkins{at}msn.com>


Using the Society's Library
Wednesday 10 March, 2pm.
A lecture with Sue Gibbons (free)

The Society's Librarian details major sources in the Library's collection of
100,000 items and how to find them.  An opportunity for members and
non-members to get an overview of what the Society's Library contains.

<< an essential lecture

 then grab "I'm stuck " at a fair

http://www.sog.org.uk/

eg
The Society of Genealogists Family History Show 2004

get there early do the stands then lectures all day

http://www.sog.org.uk/events/fair.html

1 & 2 May 2004
http://www.sog.org.uk/events/lectures.html

12.45I'm Stuck


both days

The National Archives
talk is likely to be excellent too


Hugh W


-- 

Welsh  genealogy - Merionethshire
http://www.rootsweb.com/~wlsmer/index.html
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/board/an/localities.britisles.wales.mer.gene ra l

from my mail box:-

For family historians wishing to progress in their research this year, there
are a number of courses now taking bookings.

THE BEGINNERS' COURSE.  Two consecutive Saturdays, 28 February and 6 March.

THE INTERMEDIATE SKILLS COURSE.  For those familiar with key basic sources
wishing to make better use of these records and to discover alternative
avenues in their research.  Eighteen Thursday evenings from 6pm-8pm,
beginning 11 March.

TWO-WEEK SUMMER SCHOOL.  The Society's popular course 'Routes to Roots'
introduces the major sources and repositories for family historians with
morning lectures, afternoon visits and a study exercise in the Society's
library.  From 2 August to 13 August.  Contact David Walsh on 020 7553 3290
or events{at}sog.org.uk for details.



EVENTS IN THE NEXT THREE WEEKS
==============================

Beginners Course.
Saturday 28 February and Saturday 6 March,
 10.30am - 5pm.

Two-day course with Audrey Collins and Geoff Swinfield (u48/u38.40)
This is an intensive two-day course aimed at beginners to genealogy or those
who wish to refresh their skills. It looks at the world of family history,
civil registration records and other nineteenth century sources, along with
wills and church registers. The use of computers and the Internet is
discussed as appropriate.

============

House History: Sources for your Ancestral Property
Wednesday 3 March, 2pm.
A lecture with Dr Nick Barratt (u5/u4)

The lecturer is resident genealogist for The History Channel.  Examples of
his work are at www.house-detectives.co.uk.

============

============

Family History Skills course - Second Stage Intermediate Level.

Eighteen weeks starting on Thursday 11March, 6pm-8pm.
(u155 non-members, u124 members).

This course continues the Society's programme of evening classes for
students who are confident with basic sources.  Attendance at previous
courses is not a requirement.  The course will introduce many records and
finding aids to take research further.  The tutors will look at causes and
records of migration, records from poor law, education, apprenticeship,
trade, profession and guilds; service records; research in Scotland and
Ireland; criminal records; records of the 17th century.  There will also be
exercises in the Society's library.

============

Venue:-
The Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings,
Goswell Road,
London EC1M  7BA

5 minutes walk from Barbican Station,  a few minutes longer from
Farringdon, various buses.

To book -
 telephone:  David Walsh  020 7553 3290   or e-mail: events{at}sog.org.uk

All the Society of Genealogist's lecture tickets can now be purchased
online at
  http://www.sog.org.uk or direct from the Society.

The 2003 calendar of lectures and events organized by the Society is
on the web site at  http://www.sog.org.uk/events/calendar.html




For family historians wishing to progress in their research this year, there
are a number of courses now taking bookings.

THE BEGINNERS' COURSE.  Two consecutive Saturdays, 28 February and 6 March.

THE INTERMEDIATE SKILLS COURSE.  For those familiar with key basic sources
wishing to make better use of these records and to discover alternative
avenues in their research.  Eighteen Thursday evenings from 6pm-8pm,
beginning 11 March.

TWO-WEEK SUMMER SCHOOL.  The Society's popular course 'Routes to Roots'
introduces the major sources and repositories for family historians with
morning lectures, afternoon visits and a study exercise in the Society's
library.  From 2 August to 13 August.  Contact David Walsh on 020 7553 3290
or events{at}sog.org.uk for details.



EVENTS IN THE NEXT THREE WEEKS
==============================

Beginners Course.
Saturday 28 February and Saturday 6 March,
 10.30am - 5pm.

Two-day course with Audrey Collins and Geoff Swinfield (u48/u38.40)
This is an intensive two-day course aimed at beginners to genealogy or those
who wish to refresh their skills. It looks at the world of family history,
civil registration records and other nineteenth century sources, along with
wills and church registers. The use of computers and the Internet is
discussed as appropriate.

============

House History: Sources for your Ancestral Property
Wednesday 3 March, 2pm.
A lecture with Dr Nick Barratt (u5/u4)

The lecturer is resident genealogist for The History Channel.  Examples of
his work are at www.house-detectives.co.uk.

============

Using the Society's Library
Wednesday 10 March, 2pm.
A lecture with Sue Gibbons (free)

The Society's Librarian details major sources in the Library's collection of
100,000 items and how to find them.  An opportunity for members and
non-members to get an overview of what the Society's Library contains.

============

For family historians wishing to progress in their research this year, there
are a number of courses now taking bookings.

THE BEGINNERS' COURSE.  Two consecutive Saturdays, 28 February and 6 March.

THE INTERMEDIATE SKILLS COURSE.  For those familiar with key basic sources
wishing to make better use of these records and to discover alternative
avenues in their research.  Eighteen Thursday evenings from 6pm-8pm,
beginning 11 March.

TWO-WEEK SUMMER SCHOOL.  The Society's popular course 'Routes to Roots'
introduces the major sources and repositories for family historians with
morning lectures, afternoon visits and a study exercise in the Society's
library.  From 2 August to 13 August.  Contact David Walsh on 020 7553 3290
or events{at}sog.org.uk for details.



EVENTS IN THE NEXT THREE WEEKS
==============================

Beginners Course.
Saturday 28 February and Saturday 6 March,
 10.30am - 5pm.

Two-day course with Audrey Collins and Geoff Swinfield (u48/u38.40)
This is an intensive two-day course aimed at beginners to genealogy or those
who wish to refresh their skills. It looks at the world of family history,
civil registration records and other nineteenth century sources, along with
wills and church registers. The use of computers and the Internet is
discussed as appropriate.

============

House History: Sources for your Ancestral Property
Wednesday 3 March, 2pm.
A lecture with Dr Nick Barratt (u5/u4)

The lecturer is resident genealogist for The History Channel.  Examples of
his work are at www.house-detectives.co.uk.

============

Using the Society's Library
Wednesday 10 March, 2pm.
A lecture with Sue Gibbons (free)

The Society's Librarian details major sources in the Library's collection of
100,000 items and how to find them.  An opportunity for members and
non-members to get an overview of what the Society's Library contains.

============

Family History Skills course - Second Stage Intermediate Level.

Eighteen weeks starting on Thursday 11March, 6pm-8pm.
(u155 non-members, u124 members).

This course continues the Society's programme of evening classes for
students who are confident with basic sources.  Attendance at previous
courses is not a requirement.  The course will introduce many records and
finding aids to take research further.  The tutors will look at causes and
records of migration, records from poor law, education, apprenticeship,
trade, profession and guilds; service records; research in Scotland and
Ireland; criminal records; records of the 17th century.  There will also be
exercises in the Society's library.

============

Venue:-
The Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings,
Goswell Road,
London EC1M  7BA

5 minutes walk from Barbican Station,  a few minutes longer from
Farringdon, various buses.

To book -
 telephone:  David Walsh  020 7553 3290   or e-mail: events{at}sog.org.uk

All the Society of Genealogist's lecture tickets can now be purchased
online at
  http://www.sog.org.uk or direct from the Society.

The 2003 calendar of lectures and events organized by the Society is
on the web site at  http://www.sog.org.uk/events/calendar.html




Family History Skills course - Second Stage Intermediate Level.

Eighteen weeks starting on Thursday 11March, 6pm-8pm.
(u155 non-members, u124 members).

This course continues the Society's programme of evening classes for
students who are confident with basic sources.  Attendance at previous
courses is not a requirement.  The course will introduce many records and
finding aids to take research further.  The tutors will look at causes and
records of migration, records from poor law, education, apprenticeship,
trade, profession and guilds; service records; research in Scotland and
Ireland; criminal records; records of the 17th century.  There will also be
exercises in the Society's library.

============

Venue:-
The Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings,
Goswell Road,
London EC1M  7BA

5 minutes walk from Barbican Station,  a few minutes longer from
Farringdon, various buses.

To book -
 telephone:  David Walsh  020 7553 3290   or e-mail: events{at}sog.org.uk

All the Society of Genealogist's lecture tickets can now be purchased
online at
  http://www.sog.org.uk or direct from the Society.

The 2003 calendar of lectures and events organized by the Society is
on the web site at  http://www.sog.org.uk/events/calendar.html


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