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FFHS Appointment

The FFHS is pleased to announce that, at the latest Board Meeting of its Executive, Dr Nick Barratt was co-opted as a Director of the Company and Trustee of the Charity.

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Family History Research Techniques.

BBC Television UK is transmitting a series of ten programmes, every Tuesday, about researching family history.

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FONS

The half day meeting shown in the "Events" for September 18th will have a talk decribing what it is in full.

You still want to know more about it because you can't attend?

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Journal of One Name Studies

The Goons have just issued the July-September Qtr,2004 edition. It contains articles on the following topics:- One-name studies without a computer: Intelligent searching of 1837 online.com: The Oxford Seminar about DNA as well as many more smaller articles and readers comments.
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Half Day Regional Meeting DBY & STS

A half day, Regional meeting, for Derbyshire and Staffordshire Guild members, is planned for Saturday, September 18th, 2004 at the Priory Centre, Stretton, near Burton on Trent. Talks about the Guild and the FONS organisation will be given and the afternoon concludes with a question and answer session. For more detail contact Ron Duckett, through me, by selecting my name above.

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UK 1901 Census Web Address Change

The Federation of Family History Societies has advised us that the web address has changed for the 1901 Census for England and Wales.

The existing web address of www.census.pro.gov.uk is being replaced by a new address, in line with the re-branding of other Public Record Office websites, to reflect The National Archives name.

The new address is www.1901census.nationalarchives.gov.uk
Please ensure you are using this new web address when you next wish to visit the site.

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Divorce Records on the Internet.

Browsing through my copy of Practical Family History No. 80 for August 2004 I found, on page 43, an article written by John Hanson which in its first picture shows a list of Buntings involved in Divorces between 1858 and 1903. Figure 2 portrays an example of a Bunting divorce extract. This magazine has a UK price of £2.50 and can be purchased from WH Smiths.

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Family Record Centre Strike.

The Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS) and of which we are a member has advised us that there will be a 24 hour strike on Tuesday, April 13th, 2004, affecting ONS Staff who service the Births, Marriages and Deaths Section.

It is said that the Census Area is unaffected but it maybe and there isalmost certain to be a picket line!

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About This Website

This is the new Society Web Site and this article will be updated to include questions and answers from users. Please comment on this article to get the website as user and member friendly as possible.
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