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Install and Download Adobe Acrobat Reader to read PDF Files on Your PC, Mac, or any Supported Mobile Devices

Adobe Acrobat Reader is FREE and available on the Internet to download, if not already installed, on your PC, Laptop, Tablet, or other supported device (versions are available for Windows, Macintosh, or Apple IOS).

If you need to download the free Acrobat File Reader you can do this via this link to the official Adobe Site

What is Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Why do we use it?

It enables a full print view of electronic documents that can be read online and/or downloaded offline as well as printing to paper. It is ideal for both forms and documents. It is a FREE application, an international standard that is widely adopted and hence many downlaods from HGS are in this format. The files are created and supplied in PDF format that the Reader can then view.

What is a PDF?

PDF is an abbreviation for “Portable Document Format”. It is also the file extension for files created in Acrobat PDF format, and you can find out more about the PDF file format from this Wikipedia link.

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Wield MI Correction

As with all data that gets indexed or transcribed there is always the possibility that information can be misread due to bad handwriting or general aging. Whilst preparing information for the forthcoming village booklet on Wield I have found a prime example of this.

Our Amazing Volunteers

A big, big thank you to the Bookstall volunteers who made Family Tree Live such a success. We were kept very busy for both days of the event helping people in the search of their Hampshire ancestors. And of course welcoming our many new members. L-R Angela Winteridge, Margaret Bowman, Chris Pavey, Fiona Ranger, Geoff […]

We’re at Family Tree Live – are you?

Come and see us Friday 25th and Saturday 26th April at Family Tree Live at the Alexandra Palace, London. We are on Stands 37-38a where we will have a wide selection of HGS Publications, Maps, Genealogy Source Guides as well as Local History books and information for the whole of Hampshire.

New Winchester Group

UPDATE ON THE NEW WINCHESTER GROUP!!! The inaugural meeting of the new Winchester Group will take place at Littleton Memorial Hall on Thursday 16th May 2019. Door open at 7.15 for 7.30 start.   And it’s a packed agenda for the first meeting!!!  * Members of the Executive Committee will give an update on the […]

Empshott village booklet now available

Empshott, (VB102) is a small, sparsely populated parish 6 miles north of Petersfield and 2 miles south-east of Selborne with the B3006 running through the parish from Greatham north-west to Selborne.

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