Family history talks (Preston)

Friday, 12 July 2019 from 12:30 - 13:30

at Lancashire Archives every month on Fridays 12:30 to 1:30pm

As part of our Family History Fridays, join us for a free lunchtime talk exploring sources which you may not have considered for your research, or to hear interesting family history tales inspired by our archive collections.
  11 Jan The double Identity of John Robinson – a family history mystery - David Tilsley
  8 Feb By his tattoos you shall know him - tracking down an elusive great-uncle - Alan Crosby
  8 Mar Beyond bricks and mortar – your house history - James Towe
  12 Apr Parish records- not just baptisms, marriages and burials - Kathryn Newman
  10 May Ancestors at Sea - crew lists for family historians - Jacquie Crosby
  14 Jun Our ancestors' Lancashire schooldays - David Tilsley
  12 Jul The church courts and our ancestors' daily lives: some case studies -  Anna Watson
  8 Aug Newspapers for family historians - Peter Bamford
  13 Sep Beyond Ordnance Survey - more maps for family historians - John Rogan
  11 Oct Taking care of the past - packaging and handling archives - Zoe Kennington
  8 Nov By the seaside – our Lancashire ancestors at play - Keri Nicholson
  13 Dec Bad to the bone? Records of juvenile delinquency and reform - Victoria McCann

Free but advanced booking required.

For more information, please contact us

Location: Lancashire Record Office, Bow Lane, Preston, PR1 2RE

Organizer: Lancashire Archives