Camberley Adult Education Centre, France Hill Drive, Camberley, GU15 3QBFor map click here.
Co-ordinator: Valda HudsonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Third Wednesday of the month
Doors open at 7pm. Meeting starts at 7.45pm.
|Wed||19||Oct||Census Substitutes||Les Mitchinson|
|Wed||16||Nov||Sex & Sin in early 18C Surrey||Alan Crosby|
|Sat||21||Jan||Volunteers in Action - More Stories about Red Cross VADs during the First World War||Vivien Bennett|
|Sat||18||Feb||London’s Sailortown in the early 19C||Derek Morris|
|Wed||15||Mar||Tracing your Irish Ancestors||Jane Lewis|
October 19 2016Les Mitchinson - Census Substitutes
Les Mitchinson will return to speak on “Census Substitutes”. Where do you go when you are back beyond 1841, the first full national census? There is in fact a wide variety of sources, including directories & numerous lists - but where can you find them? Here's the chance to learn more of your ancestors as you push back into the earlier years when standard details are hazy.
November 16Alan Crosby - Sex & Sin in early 18C Surrey
Alan Crosby, one of Britain's leading local historians, will speak on “Sex & Sin in early 18C Surrey.” Church courts dealt with a wide range of cases, including the salacious & the scathing. Were your ancestors involved? Dare you come to find out?
January 21 2017Vivien Bennett - Volunteers in Action - More Stories about Red Cross VADs during the First World War
2pm. Vivien Bennett will return to continue telling of her expanding research on behalf of the Red Cross on WW1 VAD’s. She will focus on Surrey connections.
February 18Derek Morris - London’s Sailortown in the early 19C
2pm. Derek Morris will speak on “London’s Sailortown in the early 19C”. Ships were built, equipped & furnished in vast numbers, for war & for world wide trade. East of the Tower many types of occupations were carried out, & it was quite unlike the rest of the capital. Colourful characters abounded from around the globe, & a good living could be made. This fascinating talk will expand your impressions of the old East London, & those who spent their lives neat the Thames river bank.
March 15Jane Lewis - Tracing your Irish Ancestors
Jane Lewis of the Surrey History Centre will return to speak on "Tracing your Irish Ancestors". This will expand & update the many sources, especially those now online. The possibilities of progress on Irish research has never been better. There will also be information on the myths & problems encountered - giving hope if you have despaired of making headway.
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