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Camberley Centre

Camberley Adult Education Centre, France Hill Drive, Camberley, GU15 3QB

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Co-ordinator: Valda Hudson

Email: camberley@wsfhs.org
Third Wednesday of the month
Doors open at 7pm. Meeting starts at 7.45pm.

2016

Sat20AugAGM and talk: Behind the scenes of the Who Do You Think You Are? television showGill Blanchard
Wed21SepConfidence Tricksters & Fraudsters in early 19C LondonMartin Baggoly
Wed19OctCensus SubstitutesLes Mitchinson
Wed16NovSex & Sin in early 18C SurreyAlan Crosby

Forthcoming Meetings

August 20 2016

Gill Blanchard - AGM and talk: Behind the scenes of the Who Do You Think You Are? television show
Saturday Afternoon
Members' Afternoon and Annual General Meeting
To be held at:
High Cross Church, Knoll Road,
Camberley GU15 3SY
Saturday 20th August 2016

September 21

Martin Baggoly - Confidence Tricksters & Fraudsters in early 19C London
Martin Baggoly will speak on ‘Confidence Tricksters & Fraudsters in early 19C London’. Martin is a retired probation Officer, & a member of the Crime Writers’ Guild. He will include Surrey examples. Was your ancester caught out by one of these villians - or indeed a perpetrator? This promises to be a fascinating talk with a difference.

October 19

Les 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 16

Alan 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?

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