We have a large collection of family history books and related items for sale. Visit our stand to take advantage of our special discounted offers.
Association of Scottish Genealogists and Researchers in Archives Web: www.asgra.co.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ASGRA, 259 Broad Street, Cowdenbeath, Fife, KY4 8LG Promoting the highest standards of professional research. Membership covering all counties and regions of Scotland and most specialist areas of expertise.
Association of FHS Wales
Belgian Tourist Office
Berkshire Family History Society
BFHS provides data lookups and friendly advice on Berkshire and other ancestors, Books and data CDs about Berkshire residents and communities plus society memberships (special offers) will be on sale.
Birmingham & Midland Society for Genealogy & Heraldry
Covering Birmingham and the counties of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire, we offer transcribed and indexed baptism, marriage & burial registers, along with monumental inscriptions. Available in book form or on CD.
Join the Birmingham Mail on stand 136 to find out how we're supporting Who Do you Think You Are Live, plus pick up copies of the latest editions and bonus nostalgia and genealogy content. The Birmingham Mail reaches a daily audience of 467,133, across print, online, mobile, tablet & social media. Come and say hello!
Black Country Living Museum
A 26 acre open-air Museum offering visitors the chance to experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the Black Country through real stories as they join in 300 years of history.
Bristol & Avon Family History Society
B&A FHS provide advice and information relevant to the old Avon County area. B&A FHS publish a range of CDs and booklets; and have a research room with a wide range of resources.
Britains DNA - Moffat Partnership
BritainsDNA has pioneered Chromo2, the most advanced ancestral DNA testing package in the world. For men, it will discover their fatherline reaching back thousands of years into prehistory, and for all testees, it will trace ancient motherlines, the origins of more recent ancestry, and it will also look at three physical traits; eye colour, red hair variants and baldness. Purchase Chromo2 and receive a hardback copy of this immensely rich package completely free (worth £40).
British Association for Local History
Research the lives of your ancestors and places where they lived with BALH’s help. Visit our stand to view and buy our publications. Seek practical guidance from experts in local history, and hear our talks on sources for women’s lives and finding and using free websites. Explore BALH’s own new website to start on local history or extend your knowledge. Local History Day is in central Birmingham on 6 June 2015. Book at BALH’s stand.
British Deaf History Society
The BDHS was established in 1993 to promote and advance the interest in the discovery, research, conservation and preservation of the histories of Deaf people, their communities, culture and language.
Archival storage supplies including binders, acid-free pockets, pens, glue, paper etc to keep your documents & photos safe. Also magnifiers, old maps & topographical & historical books.
Caribbean Family History Group
Assistance with any Caribbean Family History Query asked of us – providing the answer immediately or sourcing it for later notification. Selling of Caribbean Family History and Black Heritage Books /Booklets /Materials.
Please become a Cats Protection Sponsor every day hundreds of unwanted cats arrive at Cats Protection. Sponsoring one of our cat pens is one of the best ways you can help, providing them with shelter, warmth, food, medical care and the love they need.
Centre for Archive and Information Studies
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Consortium of Yorkshire Archives
Information and advice from East Riding Archives and Local Studies service, West Yorkshire Archive Service, North Yorkshire County Record Office, York Explore and the Borthwick Institute for Archives, York.
Coventry Family History Society
Coventry FHS offer advice to researchers of family history with transcribed records of Coventry ancestors available at monthly meetings, through the bookshop or online via the website covfhs.org
Culture Coventry including Coventry History Centre
Culture Coventry runs Coventry’s finest museums and visitor attractions. These also include the Coventry History Centre, home to the city’s archives, and the perfect starting point for family history research.
Cyclo-ssage Ltd market exclusive German manufactured Therapy systems that offer Cycloidal massage in easy to use, completely portable systems.
Deceased Online is a unique genealogy website portal; it comprises millions of burial and cremation records across the UK, updating with new records continually from north Scotland to south west England. These records aren't available on any other website and users can find long-lost ancestors' graves through smart advance search. Register scans, details of graves, cemetery/grave location maps, memorial (headstone) inscriptions are available. Records for Sandwell (West Midlands), Nottingham City and Lincoln City just added! www.deceasedonline.com.
Devon Family History Society
Formed in 1976, the society has an active programme of transcribing, indexing and publishing Devon records. With a research Centre in Exeter, regular group meetings and events throughout the county. www.devonfhs.org.uk Tables 86 - 89 Tel: 01392 433 212 (Mon, Tues Thu)
Discover Your Ancestors / Discovery Media Group
Rich, deep content for family history researchers, all year round. We have two critically acclaimed publications available to family history researchers – the annual print magazine, Discover Your Ancestors and the monthly online magazine, Discover Your Ancestors Periodical. These publications have been designed and written by our team of best in class journalists to support and guide you through your family history journey.
Divorced, Bigamist, Bereaved?
The family historian’s guide to marital breakdown, separation, divorce, bigamy, widowhood, and remarriage. Professor Rebecca Probert, author of "Marriage Law for Genealogists", explains all aspects of legal and social practice.
Doncaster & District Family History Society
Discover information about the Dioceses of Doncaster. Learn about our town of train builders and the people who worked there. Obtain advice, purchase our publications and join our Society.
Dorset Family History Society
Dorset FHS Centre in Poole has experienced volunteers to assist in your research using computer Transcription records. We have an extensive library and sales area. Our website is dorsetfhs.org.uk
East Surrey Family History Society
We cover south London including Croydon, Kingston, Lambeth, Merton, Richmond, Southwark, Sutton and Wandsworth, and all historic East Surrey. Visit our bookstall and Helpdesk for expert advice and useful publications.
Eneclann- Irish Family History
Visit the Eneclann stand to meet our research experts for advice on Irish family history and to browse our range of genealogy and history CD publications, all on special offer. While you are there you can also enter our amazing competition and be in with a chance of winning an prize to remember.
Family and Community Historical Research Society (FACHRS)
The society helps members to develop their research skills by taking part in national projects. Members are encouraged to publish their research in our newsletter, journal and other publications.
Family Historian Genealogy Software
Family Historian is the UK’s foremost desktop genealogy software product, and winner of numerous awards from magazines such as Which? Computing and Computeractive. The program offers all the features genealogists need, whether newcomers or experts. Visit the stand to view videos and demos of the latest leading-edge features.
Celebrate and remember years with a vintage coin on a card or piece of jewellery. Why not cherish family names by commissioning a silver bracelet? Hand made in Cornwall.
Family Tree Magazine
For 30 years Family Tree has been bringing you expert articles and advice to help trace your family history. Visit our stand for some great show offers. Tel: 01487 814050 Web:www.family-tree.co.uk
Family Tree Printing
Charts printed & built up to 5m wide x 50m long on one sheet. All programmes supported. Also blank charts for you to complete & websites built from your data.
FamilySearch is the world’s largest genealogy organization. Millions use its free records and resources to discover their family history. Access is free through FamilySearch.org and 4,600 family history centres worldwide.
The first company to develop the commercial application of DNA testing for genealogy, Family Tree DNA provides powerful tools with which to connect with both living relatives and distant ancestors.
Federation of Family History Societies
The Federation of Family History Societies has been helping family historians for over 40 years! We have over 185 member societies each helping their members research their ancestors. There is sure to be a society to suit your needs. Come along and meet us we’re here to help! Pick up a copy of the 2015 issue of our really useful information leaflet with topical feature articles plus lots more and enter our prize draw!
FIBIS - FAMILIES IN BRITISH INDIA SOCIETY
Tel: 01272 551557 Missing Ancestors 1600-1947? They may be amongst nearly 3 million Britons who worked and lived in India! FIBIS’s Free Database plus support and research team could help find them.
Visit stand 320 and explore Findmypast’s collections of two billion records and ten million newspaper pages for free. Our friendly team are on hand to help you, and we’re running free lectures with experts all day. There’s no need to book, just pick up our leaflet or check our board for details and times. If you’re new to Findmypast, you can take advantage of our special show offer of a free one month Britain subscription.
Forces War Records - The Professional Military Genealogy Specialists
Forces War Records is a military genealogy website with over seven million Commonwealth named records and currently adding over 200,000 records a month from offices based in the UK.
Genealogists.com is the world's largest family history research firm. Our 1,000 + worldwide professional genealogists, historians, DNA experts, university professors, scholars, and archivists will connect you to your past.
We print your family tree onto one large sheet of paper using the data from your family history program, we also provide a wide range of family tree wall charts
Visit our tutorials theatre for fascinating talks by professional genealogists. Titles include Breaking Down Brick Walls, Tracing Military Ancestors, What Can I Find Online and Our Ancestors Working Lives . Talks are free and do not require a ticket.
General Register Office for England and Wales
Web www.gov.uk/familyhistory Tel : 0300 123 1837 The official source of over 260 million birth, marriage & death records for England and Wales since 1837. GRO records are the building blocks for family history research, providing unique information.
General Register Office for Northern Ireland
Glamorgan Family History
Gloucestershire Family History Society
Society produced CDs, local books, advice on research. Information on membership and the Society's Gloucester FH Centre. Always a warm welcome
Guide Dogs provide mobility and freedom to blind and partially sighted people. Sponsor a guide dog puppy and help us train more life-changing companions.
Hall of Names Europe Ltd
Discover fascinating information about your surname and its earliest coat of arms. Our database contains over a million surnames - discover about your name's early origins, spelling, variations, migration and more. Let us start your search!
Hampshire Genealogical Society
HGS's Collection of Hampshire CMBs 1538-1842 is available, plus a new CD covering a range of Burials 1842-1874. Our Hampshire Village Booklets now cover 76 parishes. See our selection of local history and genealogical books. Research help available from Hampshire experts as well as 'look-ups' from our parish registers CDs.
Help & Advice relating to Herefordshire, indexes relating to Births, Marriages & Deaths, Monumental Inscriptions, Census, maps, holdings of PR's Herefordshire Record Office and books on CD in PDF format and hard copy
A travel company specialising in Family History Tours to India enabling those whose ancestors lived there to research and trace their lives and occupations with help from experienced genealogists acting as guides.
Intellectual Property Office
The Intellectual Property Office will help explore copyright issues involved in family history and explain the new orphan works licensing scheme. Come and see how genealogy and copyright work together.
International Society of Genetic Genealogy
ISOGG is a free volunteer-run organisation which provides education on the use of DNA testing as a tool for genealogical research, and promotes a supportive network for genetic genealogists.
Irish Ancestors 4U Ltd
Irish Ancestors 4U Ltd will have Irish Genealogy Books and an Irish Genealogy Research CD, containing over 26 pages of links to relevant Irish Genealogy records, websites and databases.
Jersey Family History Forum
The Jersey Family History Forum are the Islands principle genealogical providers. Visit our stand for advice on researching your Jersey ancestors and to view the new Jersey Archive online catalogue.
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain (JGSGB)
Dedicated to promoting Jewish family history and genealogy, we encourage research and preservation of Jewish genealogy records. Library, databases and specialist advice available. Open to everyone interested in Jewish genealogy.
Lincolnshire Family History Society
Indexes to and transcriptions of Lincolnshire sources for family history in book, CD Rom and microfiche format. Computer searches and printouts available from all our publications. Local History books also available.
Love Your Stories
Shortlisted for Gift of the Year 2015, Love Your Stories professionally records personal life stories, turning them into online profiles which family and friends can treasure for generations to come.
Love Your Stories
Create an oral history of your family... Everybody has a story to tell. We help them tell it, record it and share it privately online with family, friends and future generations.
Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society
We offer information leaflets covering all aspects of research in Manchester and Lancashire areas. Access available to unique Society members only databases. Godfrey maps for locations covered will be available.
Ladies coats, jackets, capes and rainwear in the finest cashmere & wool. Tweeds from Harris and Ireland where the Avoca Mill dates back to 1723! New collection now in.
Marie Curie is here for people with any terminal illness. We offer expert free care, guidance and support, so they can make the most of the time they have left
MAXBAL Is a leading designer and supplier of affordable high quality Family Tree Charts for displaying your family history. We have the widest range of designs available.
Quality reporductions of county maps and towns plans [some indexed], and some rural areas across the UK and Ireland - From onyl £1.00. Sale of genealogical books - many more bargains!
MOD - Records Office & Medals Service
Advice & information regarding MOD medals both current/historical, records review and transfer process, how to access service records and WW11 casualties packs and much more.
Build your family tree on MyHeritage and let our matching technologies instantly find new information about your ancestors and relatives through billions of family tree profiles and historical records.
Specialist supplier of charts, acid-free storage folders, pockets for documents and photographs, archival storage boxes, family tree wide format chart printing, springback binders, book publishing, software and Flip-pal mobile scanner.
National Army Museum
Our Expert Curators and staff are on hand to help with your family and military history enquires and photo ID sessions. Discover our new online digital collections.
National Library of Wales
The Library is considered as the premier source for all Welsh genealogical research. Our free online website includes probate records, newspapers online, WW1 records, and much more!
Newtown Design Services
Personalised family tree drawing service from your researched data, whatever format, electronic or hard copy. Option to include your family tree into your family history book or website.
North of Ireland Family History Society
Irish Ancestors? With 12 local branches and hundreds of Associate Members worldwide we can support your own research with our Journal, Newsletter, books, CD’s, reciprocal research and Library look-ups.
North West Group Family History Societies
Promoting Catholic, Cheshire, Cumbria, GOONS NW, Lancashire FH & Heraldry, Liverpool & SW Lancs, Manchester & Lancs, Metcalf, North Cheshire, North Meols, Ormskirk family history societies.
Northamptonshire Family History Society
www.northants-fhs.org Advice and information on researching in Northamptonshire will be freely given by experienced members. Available resources include our unique personal names database and booklets containing details of many memorial inscriptions.
Nottingham Family History Society
Uncover more about your Nottingham family at our stand, where you can buy CDs covering the local parish registers, monumental inscriptions and more. There will also be local history books and members of NFHS there who can help with your queries.
Nuneaton & North Warwickshire FHS
The primary society for all north Warwickshire helping family historians everywhere. Member of FFHS. Extensive resources published by NNWFHS including parish registers for all of north Warwickshire. Available today!
Unlock the story held within your genes by taking a DNA TEST. Discover the journey your ancestors took, how your profile matches that of global populations or find out more about your personal ancestral ethnicity mix.
Oxfordshire Family History Society
Progress your Oxfordshire family history research through transcribed parish register and photographic monumental inscription CDs available on our stand. Our experts can also explore our county-wide databases for you.
Pen and Sword Books
Pen and Sword publish over 400 family, social, military and history books each year. We have a backlist of over 4000 titles covering all areas and periods of history.
Highly acclaimed online family history courses. Short courses in English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish ancestry, plus special topics run by professional genealogists and expert online teachers.
Every family has its stories… We can help you tell them through beautiful, bespoke biographical films and leather bound photo albums, for future generations to keep and treasure forever.
Romany and Traveller Family History Society
If you have ancestors in the Peterborough, Huntingdonshire or Fenland areas, or Romany or Traveller ancestry, come along and see how we might be able to help your research.
RootsBid is a community-driven site allowing participants to submit and bid on family history projects around the globe, especially in specific locations that are inaccessible to the individual requesting assistance, or research skills and resources are lacking. By being a part of the RootsBid community, together we can more efficiently and cost-effectively have breakthroughs in our family history research and help each other connect with our ancestors in more meaningful ways.
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Ryedale Family History Group
From North Yorkshire we provide research materials in the form of CDs and booklets for parishes in the area. We also offer a search service for those unable to visit us.
S&N Genealogy Supplies
S&N Genealogy Supplies are the UK’s largest publisher and supplier of family history data and software, a friendly family-run firm serving the needs of our many satisfied customers for more than 20 years. We offer the widest choice of family history software, binders, archival storage, data CDs, and are an Authorised Flip-Pal scanner reseller. Visit us (tables 61-70) for our special show offers and bundles. Don’t miss our unbeatable deals on software, scanners and binders!
Sheffield & District Family History Society
The Society promotes the study of local, social and family history in the Sheffield area. Bradfield, west to Tinsley, east, Stocksbridge, north to the Derbyshire border, south
Shropshire Family History Society
Help in researching your family in Shropshire. For Sale: Index and Information CD/DVDs and Local Interest Books. Free Computer Lookups and Advice. Catalogue of printed and microfiche indexes and transcriptions.
Society of Genealogists
Founded in 1911 and located in London, we are Britain’s premier family history society. Anyone conducting family history research would benefit from our library extensive resources, lectures & courses and publications.
Whether you are 3 years old or 103 - your family tree is full of stories. Imagine sitting with your children and letting them hear their granny talk about life as a teenager in the 50s and how she met her husband. Rationing and Rock ‘n Roll? SpeakingLives® UK-team of Oral History experts helps you record family or community stories for fun and future generations. Precious memories, not forgotten. Bring your family tree to life...
Are your old photos & scrapbooks, safe, dry, clean & in a place where they can't get damaged or lost? We will help you organise & store your family’s legacy.
Suffolk Family History Society
Countywide selection of data C.D. of Baptism, Marriage and Burials transcribed from the Parish Registers held at Suffolk record Office.
Surrey History Centre
Seeking Surrey Ancestors? With nine centuries of written memory, Surrey History Centre is the ideal place to plan your ancestral journey. Visit us to explore the impact of the Great War on Surrey and discover the stories of those who served in the forces or contributed on the home front.
The Black Country Society
The Society was formed in 1967 to counter the threat to the Black Country identity and its vast and rich heritage. This is still its aim today.
The Huguenot Society
Learned Society founded in 1885. Genealogical dimension: historical background, genealogical information on Huguenots, plus surname look up service. Sale of publications, CD-ROM (see website for list), Huguenot crosses and memorabilia.
The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies-The School of Family History
Founded 1961. Our Online Correspondence Course leads to the professionally recognised qualification the Higher Certificate in Genealogy and the Diploma in Genealogy. We also hold day and residential courses.
The National Archives
Visit our stand for talks and one-to-one advice on using our extensive collection of records in your family research. Explore our records now at nationalarchives.gov.uk
The Royal British Legion
Look out for the Royal British Legion’s striking 23 foot (7Metres tall) World War One sculpture, Every Man Remembered. The statue promotes the Every Man Remembered campaign that asks the public to write their own personal message of commemoration to the 1,117,077 men and women from the Commonwealth who fell during the First World War at www.everymanremembered.org.
The Western Front Association
The Western Front Association, an educational charity set up to further interest in The Great War, aims to educate the public in the history of our ancestors’ service and life.
TheGenealogist will quickly unlock the lives of your ancestors with its simple to use and powerful all-in-one MasterSearch returning the most relevant results. With a huge variety of records, resources, unique tools and data - to discover your roots this leading British family history research website is the one to use. Visit stand 400 (by the entrance) for our fantastic special offers and gift packs with subscriptions. TheGenalogist will get you back even further!
University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education
Visit our stand to find out about part-time courses we offer in Local History, History and other subjects. Join us for a day or weekend in Oxford or study online.
University of Strathclyde
Unlock the Past cruises
Genealogy conferences at sea with leading international presenters. Visit to learn more and enter our £1000 prize draw. Also showing our range of guide books – printed and ebooks.
Packed with practical advice, from getting started in genealogy to expert tips, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine shows you how to build your family tree using online resources, such as the census, as well as where to look for more unusual documents. As the official companion to the successful BBC TV series, you can find out more about how the celebrity stories are researched and enjoy a range of features from military to social history. Come and visit us at stand 206 today.
West Surrey Family History Society
With 40 years experience transcribing and indexing Surrey records, we offer numerous publications, including many for Middlesex and London. Information about these and our other activities are on our website.
Wharfedale Family History Group
Covering a large area of the Yorkshire Dales. The group has published over 300 books and cds, comprising parish registers, memorial inscriptions and non conformist registers.
Wiltshire Family History Society
The focus for everyone with ancestors from the historic county of Wiltshire. Seven friendly branches, web site and journal. Advice available. Transcriptions on CD, paper, fiche and the internet.
Our vision is a UK rich in woods and trees, enjoyed by everyone. We aim to create new native woodland, protect ancient woods and fight for those under threat.
WRITING THE PAST
Genealogical research service specialising in Birmingham and the West Midlands. Also family history writing and publishing services to help you preserve your valuable work for future generations.
York & District Family History Society
Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the Society is displaying for sale a range of resources created by members. Experts with local knowledge of the extensive York district are here to help.
Yorkshire Group FHS's
We represent all the major Family History Societies in Yorkshire. We offer material & advice, and the sale of a range of research material for the county.