All meetings are held on Zoom
Contact: Gillian, Jane, Jennie, Dennis and Kevin
Chats are held twice a month. The first is held on the Second Wednesday at 7pm. The second is held on the following Monday at 10am.
The different times allow members from the Americas and Australasia to join in.
A link to the meetings will be emailed to all members before the event.
Zoom have produced a number of videos on how to use Zoom, goto https://learn-zoom.us/show-me and look at the Zoom Meeting videos. In particular,
Unless specifically requested by the presenter of the talk, all meetings will be recorded and made available to members in the Member’s Home Area of the Society’s website (Chat Videos). If you are concerned about being recorded, you can still take part in the get together. Just use a fictitious name when you connect to the meeting and turn off your video.
|Subject of Talk
|15th January 2024@10am
|Faraday, Frankenstein & Feminism: where family history and traditional history intersect
|14th February 2024@7pm
|Online Repository Assistant (ORA)
|19th February 2024@10am
|Writing Family History from a Distance
|13th March 2024@7pm
|18th March 2024@10am
|Wilson Hepple – a local artist
|10th April 2024@7pm
|15th April 2024@10am
|8th May 2024@7pm
|13th May 2024@10am
|12th June 2024@7pm
|DNA In Family History: Introduction and Examples
|Professor John E. Heckels
|17th June 2024@10am
|Historic Maps of Northumberland and Durham
|Laragh Quinney – National Library of Scotland
If you do not live in the United Kingdom, you can find the local time using https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/personal.html
(Last updated 21st February 2024)