Lectures at Soc of Genealogists #unitedkingdom

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>

I am a member of this Group & strongly recommend it.

Wednesday 21 July, 2pm =96 4pm. =

PROCAT has changed!
A lecture by Jone Garmendia, The National Archives (=A35/=A34)

A lecture demonstrating the new National Archives Online Catalogue, with
screens and improved navigation.


Wednesday 28 July, 2pm=974.30pm. =

Using Family Tree Maker Software.
A tutorial for beginners, with Helen Williams (=A310/=A38). =

This tutorial gives you an overview of the program, the version likely to=

be =

available for demonstration is v.11. There is a practical session on 11


Saturday 31 July, 10.30am =96 1.30pm. =

Using Custodian Software.
A tutorial with John Hanson (=A310/=A38). =

This software is British-made and
particularly popular with researchers carrying out One-Place studies. Th=
tutorial will provide an overview of what this program offers.


Saturday 7 August, 10.30am =96 1pm =

Special Collections and Unique Sources in the Library of the Society of
A tutorial with Else Churchill, the Genealogy Officer (=A310/=A38).

The Society holds a remarkable collection of manuscript and printed sourc=
for family history. This talk will explain how to make the most of the
various collections that are unique to the Society. A more general lectu=
about the Society's holding takes place on 29 September.


Saturday 7 August, 2pm =96 4pm. =

Using Family Historian.
A practical tutorial with John Hanson (=A315/=A312)

This is an opportunity for experienced users of Family Historian, a
program for family historians, to bring their database on their laptops a=
work through problems and advanced facilities of the program in tandem wi=
the tutor.


Wednesday 1 September, 2pm =96 3.15pm. =

England Jurisdictions Project for your Parish.
A lecture by visiting staff of the Family History Library in Salt Lake Ci=

Workers on the Project are developing an advanced internet tool for
researchers to determine the jurisdictions for a particular parish in
England, for example Poor Law Union, Hundred, Registration District and
Probate Court. The program will include maps of counties, parish
boundaries, and ordnance survey maps.


There are still places on the Routes to Roots summer school, 2-13 August=

2004. =

More details at: http://www.sog.org.uk/events/calendar.html#aug04


Lectures are at:-
Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings
Goswell Road

Courses, regional fairs and details of library holdings per county are
listed at http://www.sog.org.uk

David Walsh
Events and Publications
Tel: 020 7553 3290

Best-Miriam Margolyes

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