Tuesday 12th October 2021
Our October event is getting ever closer. We have nine talks covering a wide range of topics, presented by IHGS tutors, graduates and students. There is something for everyone - research analysis, investigative research, technical matters, case studies, Irish research, the workhouse, life during World War I and a famous naval battle. It promises to be a very informative and entertaining week.
The event is sponsored by The Genealogist and one lucky attendee will receive a one year’s Diamond Subscription to the Genealogist, www.thegenealogist.co.uk.
There is still time to reserve your place on the following talks:
Monday 18 October at 10am - Genealogical Marshmallows: Biases and Willpower in Family History Research, by IHGS Student Dr. Sophie Kay
Monday 18 October at 2pm - How to be a genealogy sleuth, by IHGS Tutor Judith Batchelor
Tuesday 19 October at 10am - Managing your family history digital records, by IHGS web designer Paul Carter
Tuesday 19 October at 2pm - Mummy, what did you do in the Great War? By IHGS Graduate Emma Jolly
Wednesday 20 October at 2pm - Looking at life, by IHGS Student Sarah Bryant
Wednesday 20 October at 5pm - Family History, why it matters, by IHGS Tutor Chris Broom
Thursday 21 October at 10am - Finding your family’s footprint in Ireland, by IHGS Graduate Margaret Gaffney
Thursday 21 October at 2pm - The English Workhouse from the 18th to the 20th century, by IHGS Student Wendy Tait Mayfield
Thursday 21 October at 5pm - Trafalgar, by IHGS Director of Education Les Mitchinson.
The cost of each Talk is £10.
Bookings can be made through our online shop. To book https://shop.ihgs.ac.uk/courses/online-tutorials-and-workshops
Our online tutorials provide guidance on a broad range of topics. They are open to everyone and a full list of upcoming talks are available on our website.
If you have any questions, please do contact the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org