Meetings Programme

Due to Covid 19 we are unable to meet at Woolmer Green Village Hall and current meetings are taking place via Zoom. Meetings can be pre-booked at Eventbrite.

Society Meeting Saturday, 29 January 2022
at 2.30pm UK time via Zoom

This meeting may be pre-booked at Eventbrite here

 Date  Subject  Speaker
 The following meetings are now on Zoom 
Oct 23Friendly Societies—A life saver in Victorian times; mutual help in times of sickness Tom Doig
Nov 27Lost Cousins—why the cousins you don't know are more useful than the ones you doPeter Calver
Dec 11Researching Gardeners—What sources are available to trace the lives and careers of gardeners in 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. A pictorial overview of the head gardeners of Luton Hoo illustrates the use of the various records. Felicity Brimblecombe
Jan 29The 1921 Census—the speaker's main PhD studyMary McKee
Feb 26Following in Family footsteps—discoveries made using a non-descript sepia photographAndy Browning
Mar 26Getting the best out of Family SearchIan Waller

Note:The January and February talks are on Zoom. If back at Woolmer Green, the March talk may also be available as a "Hybrid Meeting" on Zoom.

Venue: Woolmer Green, nr. Knebworth, Herts.

Usually, all meetings are here on a Saturday. See Map of Venue.

Woolmer Green Village Hall, off Bridge Road, Woolmer Green, SG3 6XA.

The Main Hall will open from 1.30pm to 2.30pm for research, etc.

The speaker will commence at 2.30pm.

Note: The AGM starts at 2.30pm followed by the speaker at 3pm.

Refreshments are available normally about 3.30pm.

The meeting closes at 4.30pm.


Visitors are always welcome to come to the Meetings, fee £2 admission.

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