Manchester Events

Manchester - Events

Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society was established in 1964. The Society encourages and supports research into family history and works for the preservation of and improved access to relevant archival material. An important part of the Society's work is to educate researchers so that they may get the best out of their research through a regular programme of talks for beginners and quarterly meetings with speakers on topics relating to family history and local history within Greater Manchester. M&LFHS members benefit from free and/or priority access to these events.

Upcoming Events in Manchester

​Irish Unmarried Mothers in Britain Speaker:​Dr Lorraine Grimes

7.30pm 19 Jan 2022

Being a single mother can be extremely challenging. Being a single mother in Ireland from the 1920s to 1980s was arguably even more so.

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The 1921 Census : What can we discover?

2.00pm 29 Jan 2022

The 1921 census is a landmark event for family historians - find out how this census can help you find a new generation of your family.

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Exploring the 1921 census

7.30pm 2 Feb 2022

Owing to the first MLFHS talk on the 1921 census being sold out - by popular demand, a further talk on the subject for those disappointed.

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All Society Meetings & Events 2021-2022

Our Planned Quarterly and Beginners Meetings for 2021

COVID-19 Update: please check, when booking, whether meetings will be held in person or online.