Pharos Tutors

Stand number: 
24 & 25

Acclaimed online family history courses for discovering more about your England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland ancestry, written and taught by professional genealogists. 

Worcestershire Medal Service Ltd.

Stand number: 
310

Specialists in the supply of Orders, Decorations and Medals. Medal research undertaken and replacement medal groups supplied in both full size and miniature for wear and display. 

Association of Family History Wales

Stand number: 
113 & 114

The Association represents the family history societies within Wales: Cardiganshire, Clwyd, Dyfed, Glamorgan, Gwent, Gwynedd, Montgomeryshire and Powys. 

Dyfed Family History Society

Stand number: 
112

The Society was founded to encourage and assist people in all parts of the world who are pursuing family history research related to Dyfed (Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire). 

Caribbean Family History Group

Stand number: 
6

Assistance with Caribbean family history queries. We aim to provide answers directly or source information for later notification. Selling Caribbean family history books/booklets/materials. 

Family Legacy Cards

Stand number: 
58

Ensure your family & friends record their memories, handwriting & signatures on archival quality cards, giving pleasure to present and future generations. Family Legacy Cards – cards to last 200 years+. 

The Gazette

Stand number: 
331

The Gazette is the UK’s official public record and over the centuries has published civil and military honours and awards, as well as officer commissions, appointments and promotions. 

Ask the DNA experts

16:15 - 17:00

An informal session with some of the DNA speakers and ISOGG members. Come along with your questions and enjoy the discussion.

Ask the DNA experts

16:15 - 17:00

An informal session with some of the DNA speakers and ISOGG members. Come along with your questions and enjoy the discussion.

The Y-DNA and mtDNA landscape of Britain and Western Europe

13:15 - 14:15

The paternally-inherited Y chromosome and maternally-inherited mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) have been widely used in population genetic studies and also in genealogical research. I will describe the background to the use of these markers in studies of Western Europe in general, and the British Isles in particular.