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Farnham Centre

United Reformed Church, South Street, Farnham, GU9 7QU

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Co-ordinator Shirley Forster

Second Tuesday afternoon of the month
Doors open at 1.30pm. Meeting starts at 2.00pm.


Tue13JanVictorian Lady TravellersDr Judy Hill
Tue10FebInteresting OccupationsInformal Meeting
Tue10MarWhere there's a Will you're awayJeanne Bunting
Tue14AprBishop, Sex and MoneyAnthony Strafford
Tue12MayService RecordsInformal Meeting
Tue9JunUnderused Sources for the GenealogistLady Teviot

Forthcoming Meetings

January 13 2015

Dr Judy Hill - Victorian Lady Travellers
We often think of the women staying at home but did they?

February 10

Informal Meeting - Interesting Occupations
What interesting occupations did your ancestors have?

March 10

Jeanne Bunting - Where there's a Will you're away
Find out how useful a Will and associated documents can be.

April 14

Anthony Strafford - Bishop, Sex and Money
Come and find out how these three topics could be related!

May 12

Informal Meeting - Service Records
What have you discovered from an ancestors' service record

June 9

Lady Teviot - Underused Sources for the Genealogist
Get ideas that might add flesh to the bones or knock down that brick wall.

From January 2014 - new venue, new time

Shirley Forster has kindly offered to taken over the Farnham meeting. It will be held on Tuesday afternoons at the United Reform Church on South Street, opposite Sainsburys. Buses from Aldershot area stop outside Sainsburys, which is opposite the Hall, buses from other areas stop at Borough in West Street and itís then a 5-minute walk. Parking in Sainsburys Car Park is £1.80 for 3 hours or there is alternative parking in Central Car Park, Victoria Road or Dogflud Way Car Park. The Hall is less than a 10-minute walk from the railway station.

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