Tuesday, 28 July 2020

The Family History Federation's Really Useful Family History Show

From the Family History Federation (www.familyhistoryfederation.com) down south:

The FHF Really Useful Family History Show
Saturday 14th November 2020

The Family History Federation (FHF) is excited to launch the FHF Really Useful Family History Show which will take place on Saturday 14th November featuring member societies and much, much more.

In announcing the Show, FHF Chairman, Steve Manning, said: “Irrespective of whether you’re an uncertain ‘newbie’ or seasoned enthusiast, this is the one 2020 happening you must not miss! Why? Because the Family History Federation is totally focussed on delivering a ‘Really Useful Family History Show’ to ALL our visitors!”

The event is supported by (in alphabetical order):
  • Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives (AGRA)
  • FamilySearch
  • Family Tree magazine
  • Who Do You Think You Are magazine

This national – even international – virtual show will provide:

  • Expert presentations
  • Discussion panels
  • Access to all shops on Parish Chest plus those of commercial participants
  • Opportunity to meet and talk to exhibitors live in the virtual exhibition hall
  • UK “attendees” will receive goody bag posted to them (providing they book early!)
  • And much more…

The event’s website will be regularly updated with details of exhibitors and speakers. It will also provide access to the online ticket booking system.

Bookmark the show’s own website at: www.fhf-reallyuseful.com


Chris

My next 5 week Scottish Research Online course starts August 31st - see https://www.pharostutors.com/details.php?coursenumber=102. My book Tracing Your Scottish Family History on the Internet, at http://bit.ly/ChrisPaton-Scottish2 is now out, also available are Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet (2nd ed) at http://bit.ly/ChrisPaton-Irish1 and Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry Through Church and State Records at http://bit.ly/ChrisPaton-Scotland1. Further news published daily on The Scottish GENES Facebook page, and on Twitter @genesblog.

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