We have jumped the gun – slightly!!
Our June issue of the HGS Journal contains an article announcing availability of two ranges of Bookstall items through the Society website as well as direct from the HGS Office.
The intention was to introduce this option at the same time as we move to our new website, currently under development, but still a little way off in terms of going live.
The bad news therefore is that the Alan Godfrey Maps and the Eve McLaughlin Guides are NOT available to order through the current website.
The good news however is that both these product ranges can be ordered via the HGS Office, as per the details within the Journal article.
These products will be available, together with our full range of CDs, Village Booklets etc. from launch date of the new website.
ALL our existing range of products: Data CDs, Village Booklets etc. can continue to be ordered via the current website.
Those of you attending the Society AGM in HM Dockyards, Portsmouth, this coming Saturday will be able to see a ‘preview’ presentation of the new website as it currently stands in terms of development.
HGS Helping You Explore and Research
Your Family History
Welcome to the HGS website. Hampshire Genealogical Society has been encouraging, supporting, and successfully conducting family history research for over 40 years since it was founded in 1974. It is run entirely by volunteer members who want to help you explore your family history.
- Have you seen our Family History Articles page? We have a large variety of interesting short articles, mostly written by HGS members, ranging from stories from old newspapers, to useful research examples and Hampshire history. Select ‘Family History Articles’ from the menu bar or go direct to the List of Family History Articles.