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09:45
Registration

10:30
Guest speaker – Michael Gandy – Records of Chancery and Exchequer
A renowned personality within the family history community and a Fellow of the Society of Genealogists; Michael is the editor of the Genealogists’ Magazine and author of numerous books on genealogy.

12:00
Annual General Meeting (members only)

12:45
Lunch

14:00
Guest Speaker – Simon Wills – Seafaring Ancestors on Camera.
A maritime genealogist and author of six books. His first novel, ‘Lifeboatmen’ was well-received on its publication in 2014 and was shortlisted for the Mountbatten Maritime Literature Award. Simon has been researching seafaring forebears for over 25 years, and is a regular contributor to many family history magazines.

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