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OUR REGULAR ZOOM MEETINGS



Zoom In!!!
....... to our weekly online meetings


Thursdays from 10am to 12 noon
Join us for our regular meeting with many of our 
members from all over the country and the world!
A lively discussion where members exchange research 
results or problems and help each other in finding solutions


Also
‘Monday with Michele’


Another regular Zoom get together 
Monday evenings from 7pm to 9pm
Michele does a very informative 30-minute presentation 
and then invites anyone to ask questions and to comment
You are guaranteed to learn something every time!

And now.....

'Finding out about DNA'

 Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm
we have introduced 
a DNA session for those interested
in finding out about this additional method of research. 
Please contact Geoff if you are interested in joining this session.
It may not happen every week, so best to check first. 

We would very much like to encourage more of our members to join us for these weekly online ZOOM chats.  If you are a bit nervous about taking the first step, please let us know and we can arrange a one to one session, show you how to log in and gently guide you through, so you become more comfortable with the process. 

We have a very friendly group of like minded members from all over,
we all have an interest in Family History.
You are sure to enjoy the experience, even to just sit and listen to start with. 
Just give it a go! 

Please let Geoff King (members@ryedalefamilyhistory.org) know if you wish to attend one of these meetings, and he will send you an email with a link and instructions.


OTHER EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY?

Wednesday 19th October 7.30pm
Malcolm Brooke will be making a return to our Zoom Screens with a talk about Yorkshire's Vanising Coastline'. 

Wednesday 16th November 2.30pm
Malcolm Walker is a Guide both at York Minster and also the City of York. He will be giving us a some insite into the 'Irish in York'. Based on the influx of Irish following the Potato Famine, and the York Quaker families who alleviated their suffering in York and in Ireland.