Name-Rich Sources that Supplement Parish Registers before 1837
On Zoom - a talk in our SoG Orientation series
In Britain, the official records of birth, marriage and death started in 1837. Before that year, the Church kept Parish Registers to record baptisms, marriages, and burials. They are a valuable resource for researching your family tree but there are other sources that you can use.
In this talk, Else Churchill describes some of the other pre-1837 documents and records that are name-rich and can help you build your family tree.
Zoom talk runs from 14.00 to 15.00 UK time on Wednesday 11 November. It costs £10.00; Members of the Society of Genealogists: £5.00.
On 10 November an email invitation will be sent to all who have booked which includes a password and link to the talk - remember to check your spam folder! Please ensure that your Zoom user name is similar to the name that you used to book your place so that you can quickly be admitted to the talk on the day.
On 10 November we will send you an email invitation which includes a password and a link.
Wed 11 Nov 2020