York Family History Society look forward to seeing you at our next Monthly Meeting and AGM on Wednesday 5th March. Our guest speaker this month is from The Company of Merchant Adventurers who have their Hall off Fossgate in York. Don’t forget our Study Centre is now open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our Annual Fair is on […]
The City of York & District Family History Society will be holding their Annual Family & Local History Fair on Saturday 29th March 2014 at Manor CE Academy, Millfield Lane, Nether Poppleton, York, YO26 6PA from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Please note Vehicular access is ONLY via the A1237 York Outer Ring Road. Admission on the […]
Do you know we have photocopies of some original Parish Registers at the Study Centre?!! The full list is in the updated 2014 Study Centre catalogue now on-line. Go to Study Centre & resources. Happy hunting.
Don’t forget. The Study Centre opens tomorrow (Tuesday 4th February) and due to popular demand it will also be open on a Wednesday ! Thats Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am until 4pm, so do come along and support YOUR Study Centre. Help & advice freely given with refreshments available, but come early before the chocolate biscuits all go :>)
Those of you who have been rummaging around the website may have noticed that we have been setting up and testing a “Members Area”. The idea behind this is that we can make available documents and information to only members of the society via this website. Among the items that will be made available in […]
A Family History work book to enable you to record all your family history details in an easy to carry A4 booklet. Contains a central family tree chart and individual pages for each family where you can record births, deaths and marriages as well as children and census details. Also has a relationship chart so […]
The 2013 City of York and District Family History Society fair was held last weekend and was a roaring success! The new venue gave us much more space for the exhibitors’ stands and allowed visitors to easily browse round the fair without it seeming overcrowded. The venue was easily accessible from the York by-pass and […]