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Treasures Tuesday 13th April 2010

This week the Society’s ‘Treasures Tuesday’ focuses on old photographs.

Many of the collections have a plethora of fascinating photographs which give real insight as to what life would have been like for our ancestors. Click here to find out more.

Treasures Tuesday (6 April 2010) Marriage Settlements

For our second week of ‘Treasures Tuesday’s’ the spotlight is on Marriage Settlements.

 

 

Marriage Settlements outline a form of pre nuptial agreement between the two families. These documents shed light on the practice of marriage in the mid 18th century.

To find out more visit http://www.familyhistorytreasures.org.uk/

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Using pay-per-view websites for Family History

Friday, 12 Nov. at 2:00
A hands-on way to learn to use internet “pay-per-view” websites at the Society of Genealogists. Use of the websites are free with course tuition. It is advisable to bring some family history research to do and a memory stick to save your work. This is a tutorial with Alec Tritton £12.00 (£9.50 SoG members). Please note the society library is closed to research this day and only those attending the tutorial will be allowed to undertake internet research as part of the course.

To book telephone 020 7553 3290, email events@sog.org.uk or book online

London Principal Probate Office Closed 19th & 22nd February

 

Please be advised that if you are planning to visit the London Probate Department located at:
 
PRFD, First Avenue House
42-49 High Holborn
Ground Floor
Holborn London
England
WC1V 6NP

The Probate Office will be moving from the ground floor to the 7th floor between 19 February and 22nd February 2010. To facilitate the move the office will be closed on Friday 19 February and Monday 22 February.
 
The London Probate Registry is open to the public from Monday to Friday between 10.00am and 4.30pm and appointments for interview at London are arranged between Monday and Friday between the hours of 10.00am and 3.50pm, depending on demand.

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A Very Happy Christmas from the Society of Genealogists

 

The Society of Genealogists would like to wish all its members and friends a Very Happy Christmas and warmest wishes for 2010!

 

 

Here’s hoping that the season’s get together will jog some family memories and that your family history research will be a huge success in the New Year. We look forward to bringing you more news about the SoG and the family history community in 2010. merrychristmas11 A Very Happy Christmas from the Society of Genealogists

For details of our Christmas and New Year Closures do see our main website

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