Wiltshire Family History Society Drop In

3rd January 2020, 11:34am | By David | Event Date : 20200605

The Wiltshire Family History Society was founded in 1981 and aims to encourage the study of family history, including both Wiltshire ancestry of people world-wide and the world-wide ancestry of Wiltshire residents. Members not only research their ancestors by name but, by using all available information, seek to build up a complete picture of the people in the setting in which they lived. The Society has an incredibly friendly mixture of complete beginners and experienced family historians, so there is every opportunity for beginners to receive encouragement in their research.

Drop in to this free session to find out more and pick up some hints and tips from the experts!

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