DIARY OF EVENTS 2018 - 2019

 

Saturday Lectures at the Swarthmore Education Centre

 

Please note that all these lectures will take place on Saturday mornings on the dates listed and start at 11:00 a.m. unless otherwise indicated. Note some meeting dates have been moved owing to pubic holidays.

Lectures will take place at the Swarthmore Education Centre, 2-7 Woodhouse Square, Leeds, LS3 1AD.

 

2019 

 

  • September  14 - Early Asylum Life - D. Scrimgeour

  • October      12 - Injurious, Innocent, or Beneficial? Tea in the 18th Century - E. Webb

  • November     9 - The Gunpowder Plot - E. Jackson

  • December    14 - The Vikings in Yorkshire - J. Hill

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    2020

     

  • January     11 - The Story of Titus Salt & Saltaire - S. Hartley

  • February     8 - How to Organise & Present Research - Folk Finders, Bev Anderson and Phil Taylor

  • March       14 - The Growth of Bramley - A. Silsom

  • April         18 -  Voices from the Trunk; The Lost Lives of the Eddisons - S. Woodall

  • May           9 - 11 am - Annual General Meeting

  •                        -  12 Noon - Family History;  What's It All About? - J. Depelle

  • June         13 - The Woman who didn't Exist; The Story of Margaret Burns- K. & C. Richardson

     

    [List revised 18th July 2019]

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    Family History Fairs

     

    The Family History Section will have a stall at the following Fairs:

     

    Huddersfield: 16th November 2019.  Go to  -  https://www.hdfhs.org.uk/the-family-history-fair/

     

    York: 20th June 2020.  Go to  -  https://thefamilyhistoryshow.com/york/

     

     

    For a full list of Fairs and Events go to http://geneva.weald.org.uk