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 Family History 

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LH10 FAMILY HISTORY  (Max number 32)

 

Time:         9:30am - 12noon. Second and Fourth Thursday each month
                  (except school holidays)

Starts:      11th February.  Ends 9th December 2021


 

Organiser:   Sue Lear  Ph 0419 512 776, 8370 1564 

Presenters: Sue Lear; Gail Edwards 

Venue:         The Oak, 409 Mt Barker Road, Bridgewater.

 

The aim of the course is to develop the skills necessary to research a family history, with an emphasis on putting ancestors in their historical, social and economic context.  Basic research methods and the demonstration of relevant genealogical sites on the internet will be covered. Participants will be encouraged to research particular aspects of a person or family and present their findings to the group. 

 

Themes and topics will be advised throughout the year.

                                                               

In addition, an introductory course for aspiring and beginner family historians will be conducted by experienced members of U3A AH Family History group on a monthly basis at Stirling Coventry Library.  One on one sessions can also be booked.  These sessions are conducted on Fridays only.

 

Contact: Steve Klein - Coventry Library, Stirling  (08) 8408 0400 or book through the Library website.  https://www.ahc.sa.gov.au/ahc-events/Events%20Library/Family%20history%20training.aspx

  

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