The annual general meeting followed by a short talk from a member. This meeting has been postponed from July to November due to Covid-19. It will take place online, using Zoom. A link to the meeting will be sent in advance to all members. The annual reports are available in the Members' Area of the […]
The Family History Federation are putting on a virtual 'Really Useful Family History' show online. More details will be found here, nearer the time.
This evening we have presentations from a quartet of members. It will take place online, using Zoom. A link to the meeting will be sent in advance to all members. The advantage of Zoom is that some of our quartet are overseas members and it's lovely to welcome them to our meetings. The link to […]
Penny Walters has taught Psychology to university students for many years. She has carried out extensive research into her own origins from adoption to her Irish roots. She has used DNA to confirm her origins and to explore the cultural heritage of her mixed- race children. Penny has a postgraduate qualification in genealogy from Strathclyde […]
Marguerite Collins talks about the Earls of Beauchamp and the Lygon family. These families have owned Madresfield Court, near Malvern, since the early Middle Ages.
Howard Robinson talks about Edward Winslow of Droitwich and his involvement in The Mayflower sailing from Plymouth to the New World.
A talk by Michael Wilkshire.
A talk by Paul Millington.
In 1970 Michael Dowty, photographer, undertook a project to take photographs of ordinary scenes all over Malvern. The archive of the photographs has recently been catalogued and digitized, so tonight is a chance to see how much or how little has changed in the town in 50 years.
We would normally have a stand at the Family History Show held at York Racecourse. However, the show has gone online. If you have northern ancestors, this show is worth attending as many of the northern societies will be there. On the day, it costs £6 for entry and you can buy tickets in advance […]