After postponing its meetings since April, Kenilworth Family History Society is holding a Zoom meeting on 11 November.
Jacqui Kirk: Roots Investigator Jacqui Kirk is a Professional Genealogist, based in Warwickshire. If you’ve read any of the genealogy detective novels, such as the Morton Farrier ones by Nathan Dylan Goodwin, you may be wondering what does this occupation really entail, and is it really as dangerous for the genealogist as the novels suggest? The Kenilworth Group posed this question to Jacqui, and she agreed to tell us some of her experiences.
Registration is now open, via the Midland Ancestors Events Calendar:
Kenilworth Family History Society (Midland Ancestors Kenilworth Branch) has now cancelled all meetings for 2020, on the advice of Midland Ancestors. Where possible our 2020 speakers have been pencilled-in for 2021.
Members have been keeping in touch through distribution of newsletters written by professional genealogist Jacqui Kirk, who in 2019 had begun working with our group to facilitate workshops on presenting our family stories. Her newsletters are available to view at her Trinity Family History Group website. If you would like to be added to the distribution list for future newsletters and news about the Kenilworth group, please email email@example.com.
We are pleased to announce that Jacqui, who was also going to speak to our group in October about her work as a professional genealogist, will be giving her talk via Zoom on 11 November. Registration information will be published soon, but if you want to be advised, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Saturday, 9 February 2019, Kenilworth Family History Society had a table at Kenilworth Community In Action 2019 and the four members of the Committee spent the whole afternoon chatting to visitors about their family stories.