Sources for Medieval and Early Modern Genealogy
A live online Zoom 1 hour talk for family historians
Dr Nick Barratt introduces new sources to help you trace your relatives further back in time.
In this talk, Nick looks at medieval and early family history sources, including practical information for research.
He covers: feudalism; landholding and social hierarchy; government and local administration; law and justice; and church and religion.
There will be a short Questions session after the talk
Tutor: Dr Nick Barratt - obtained his PhD in history from King's College London. At the National Archives he previously was head of Medieval, Early Modern Legal, Maps & Photographs, and was president of the Family History Federation for ten years. Nick worked in television as a specialist archive researcher and consultant including House Detectives and Who Do You Think You Are. He is the owner of Sticks Research Agency, as well as being the director of Learner and Discovery Services at the Open University.
This 1-hour talk starts at 14.00 UK time and costs £10.00. For Members of the Society of Genealogists, a discounted price of £6.50 is available. On 8 January we will send you an email invitation which includes a password and link to the talk - remember to check your spam folder! Please ensure you use the same user name that you used at booking, to login to the talk on the day.
We will send you a link and a password for access to the talk.
Sat 9 Jan 2021