Important News: Catholic Records
We are privileged to have become the custodians of the records and documents of the Catholic Record Society. We still have work to do to complete the presentation of this important material, but you are welcome to preview our work here.
Eventbrite Booking Links
Saturday 2nd March 2.00pm
Join us for the Anglo Scottish FHS Annual Meeting and talk by Ken Nisbet, where we'll explore how the fallen in WW1 are commemorated.
Wednesday 6th March 7.30pm
Ray Jefferson will give us an explanation about the town's relationship with the Bridgeman family (ennobled in 1815 as Earls of Bradford).
Saturday 9th March 2.00pm
An illustrated presentation given by Brian Groom, author of his soon-to-be published book of that title, and of 'Northerners-a History'.
Wednesday 13th March 11.00am
Join us to see how things have changed and how we have progressed from how we start at Avros to where we are now in Central library
Wednesday 3rd April 7.30pm
Henry Dawson left a photograph album show pictures of T Taylor Ltd. What was, where was the business? Any connection to Thomas Taylor MP ?
Wednesday 1st May 7.30pm
Kate Hurst has had a passion for family history since her late teens and is now keen to help those researching catholic history.
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