HAVE you ever wondered where your ancestors went to school? Where would we find their records?
Leicestershire and Rutland Family History Society, Loughborough Group’s autumn programme begins on Tuesday, September 19, with a talk on ‘Education and its Records’ by Eve McLaughlin who will be able to help us find the answers to these questions.
Eve McLaughlin is the author of many very useful guides written specifically for family historians.
The society’s meetings take place at All Saints Church Hall, Thorpe Acre Road, Loughborough LE11 4NF.
Car parking is conveniently located and there is easy access for wheelchair users.
Visitors are welcome to come along to any of our meetings as a taster before joining the group. Doors are open from 6.45 pm and the talk starts at 7.30 pm. Tea and coffee will be available plus a selection of the society’s CDs of Leicestershire births, marriages and deaths and other items of interest for local family historians which members and visitors may like to browse.
Date of next meeting: Tuesday, October 17, ‘Soldiers’ Wives: Army Women in the 18th Century’ by Dominic Johnson.
The full programme can be viewed on the Society’s website at: www.lrfhs.org.uk