GARDEN VILLAGE FAMILY HISTORY
The Club House, Garden Village Oval .. HU8 8PZ
2020 new season has started, first day, 7th Jan
(You don't have to live in Garden Village ... or even in Hull)
Just pop in, no booking needed.
Tuesday afternoons, 1.30pm - 3.30pm
A research group for more 'mature-folk'
to get into their own family history using
internet resources and computer technology.
Their computer suite has access to Ancestry records as well as the
usual birth, marriage and death indexes; all censuses up to 1911;
and many other records, a lot of which are actually free -
it doesn't have to cost a fortune.
SO, WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE ?
Or more to the point . . .
WHERE DO YOU THINK YOU COME FROM ?
COME AND MAKE A START - and find out !
We have everything you could need for meaningful and relaxing searching;
a warm room ; free parking ; reliable wi-fi access ;
long tables for layout of your work ;
plus all the help a novice could need from experienced researchers who have
been there and know just how it feels to be new to this absorbing hobby.
Full internet access; research Old Maps + a wide range of general historic info
We show how to gain as much as you can for free online.
There are helpers on hand to give guidance wherever required,
whether with family history resources or just general computer use.
Novice or more experienced computer users welcome -
We're a friendly group that assist and help each other,
and many members need that extra little bit of help,
perhaps having only just got a computer themselves or even about to get one.
Whatever your level, we can help you build your family tree.
We have unlimited free parking, in a very quiet area,
4 desktop PC computers for research, plus free Wi-Fi,
so bring your laptop or tablet if you so wish,
or at least a memory stick/card, to copy and
take your new-found family history home with you.
Tuesday afternoons: 1:30 to 3:30 *** £2.50 per session.
To enquire more, please ring 708104 and ask for Carol
or 376043 and ask for Gordon. Or just turn up!
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