Tuesday, February 15, 2022

The Family History Show, Online 2022 is on Saturday, 19 February 2022 (10 a.m. England time)

 I received this from TheGenealogist today:


TheGenealogist is attending and sponsoring The Family History Show, Online 2022 and is pleased to bring you this update from the organisers.

The Family History Show is back on Saturday 19th February!

This is the last chance to get your early bird tickets to The Family History Show, Online which is returning this Saturday the 19th February 2022 from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. England time. Once more you can enjoy all the features of a physical family history show, but from the comfort of your own home and wherever you are in the world.

You'll have the opportunity to put your research questions to an expert, watch professionally produced talks and to speak to family history societies, archives and genealogical suppliers by text, audio, video chat or email by logging in online from your computer.

You will also be able to submit your questions to the Ask the Experts panel before the show and you have a choice to either book a free 1-to-1 session or to watch the question panel at 15:30 where our experts answer your questions!

Save the date in your diary and snap up an early bird ticket now for only £7! You'll also get a downloadable goody bag worth over £10 and the chance to get Discover Your Ancestors 9 Bookazine for just the cost of postage.

Featuring All New Talks

From Cradle to Grave

Jackie Depelle - Family History Tutor and Speaker

Jackie's talk shows you how to follow the life of an ancestor, using key family history sources, plus more from maps to house history.

Solving Genealogy Brickwalls: A Case Study

Amelia Bennett - Expert Researcher, Census Detective with the SOG

This talk uses an example from Amelia's own family history where she progressed a brickwall using DNA alongside traditional genealogy research. The path to solving this brickwall had a number of surprises along the way with forgeries, quick marriages, criminal ancestors and often more questions than answers. In telling the story, methods and tools for using DNA to break down brickwalls are provided.

The Joy of Surnames

Debbie Kennett - DNA, Surname Expert and Writer

Each surname has its own story to tell. This lecture provides an overview of the history and distribution of surnames with a focus on surnames originating in the British Isles. The one-name study approach can provide breakthroughs that would not be possible by restricting research to your own family tree.

Family history and the media: behind the scenes of Who Do You Think You Are?

Nick Barratt - Historian, Author and Professional Genealogist

Exploring the impact of Who Do You Think You Are? on the way we research our family stories, with an explanation of how the show was first conceived and produced.

Ask the Experts Live Q&A Panel

with Mark Bayley, Debbie Kennett, Jackie Depelle, Amelia Bennett and Nick Barratt.

Submit your questions to our panel of experts before the show. Either book a free 1-to-1 session or watch the live stream question panel at 15:30 where you can ask your questions live!

Societies, Archives and Companies

Visit exhibitors, societies, archives and companies in our virtual exhibition hall. Here there will be the opportunity to talk to some of the stallholders by text, audio or video from the comfort of your own home.

Show Partners

SoG, AGRA, TheGenealogist, GenFair, S&N Genealogy

Early Bird Ticket Offer

Buy your tickets in advance and save - tickets to attend The Family History Show Online are available from the website at just £7.00 each. You will also get a FREE virtual goody bag on the day worth over £10. https://thefamilyhistoryshow.com/online/tickets/


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