Tuesday, 12 April 2011

British Library family history day

Thanks to Debra Chatfield from FindmyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk) for the following:

The British Library is holding a family history day on Saturday 16 April at its state-of-the-art conference centre right next door to Kings Cross St Pancras in London. Come and spend the day listening to lectures from family history experts from The National Archives and the British Library.

Enjoy free access to UK family history websites findmypast.co.uk, ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk and Genes Reunited, and get one-to-one help and advice from the experts.

Speakers include TNA’s Audrey Collins and Timescapes’ Sarah Finney. British Library experts will hold talks on Electoral Registers, India Office Records and 19th century newspapers. Great value at just £15 for the day including six talks, lunch and refreshments (£9.50 for students and the over 60s.) Book your place now to avoid disappointment: http://www.bl.uk/whatson/events/event121526.html

Chris

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