'Pit Lasses - the Female Miners of 1842' An illustrated presentation given by Denise Bates who is an historian and writer.
A talk about how to make DNA connections and groups. What can you do to try to identify a DNA match which has no tree to view?
This is a hybrid meeting ... on zoom and in the Library. All are welcome. Booking is only necessary for zoom attendance which is free to all
"The 1921 census is a landmark event for family historians, capturing life just after the trauma of the first world war. Find out how this census can help you to find a new generation of your family."
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