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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE FUTURE?
 

Zoom In!!!

....... to a live online talk on the third Wednesday of each month
Scroll to the bottom of the page to see details about our next talk

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.

Forthcoming Wednesday meetings: Live and via Zoom 

17 August

7.30pm

(Zoom)

‘A Trip Through Sticklepath’

with Auntie Kate

Helen Shields

ZOOM

21 September

7.30pm

(Zoom)

‘Family History from
Educational Records’

Dr Colin Chapman FSG

ZOOM

19 October

7.30pm

(Zoom)

‘Yorkshire’s Vanishing Coastline’

Malcolm Brooke

ZOOM

16 November

7.30pm

(Zoom)

‘Irish in York’

Malcolm Walker

ZOOM

2023 TALKS

18 January

2.30pm

(Zoom)

‘The Mourning Brooch’

Jean Renwick

ZOOM

15 February

2.30pm

(Zoom)

‘What To Do With Your Research’

John Hanson

ZOOM

15 March

2.30pm

'The Mysterious Life of Lady Lumley'

John T Smith

venue TBC

12 April

7.30pm

(Zoom)

‘Tracing the History of Your Ancestral Home’

Nick Barrett

ZOOM

17 May

7.30pm

(Zoom)

‘Writing Your Family History’

Gill Blanchard

ZOOM

Ryedale Family History Group are hosting a free online talk on Wednesday 19th October at 7.30pm.

Malcolm Brooke will be making a return visit to talk to us about 'Yorkshire's Vanishing Coastline' . Coastal erosion stories with some added military history. The East Coast of Yorkshire is a fascinating stretch of coastline, villages and farms lost to the sea, fictitious German invasions and vanishing gun batteries.

Malcolm is a experienced speaker and always gives an excellent presentation with slides. We are very much looking forward to his return.

To pre book for any event and to receive the Zoom link prior to the meeting please email Geoff at members@ryedalefamilyhistory.org

               A full report on this talk will be in the next Roots.

Watch this space for next months talk by Malcolm Walker.