Dr Adam Rutherford

Dr Adam Rutherford is a geneticist, science writer and broadcaster. His book ‘A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Stories in our Genes’ reveals what our genes now tell us about history, and what history tells us about our genes. In his talk for AncestryDNA Adam Rutherford will bring this fascinating topic to life and uncover the story of our DNA.

Sir Tony Robinson

Sir Tony Robinson is an actor, comedian, author, presenter and historian, famously known for playing Baldrick in the television series Blackadder and for hosting TV programmes such as Time Team and The Worst Jobs in History. In his talk ‘DNA: The passport for your family history journey,’ Sir Tony will look at how both records and AncestryDNA can tell us more about the migrations of our ancestors – throughout the UK and all across the globe.

DNA Worldwide Group

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Rob van Drie

Deputy director of CBG Centre for family history, a state supported documentation and expertise centre in the Netherlands, and author of several standard works on genealogical research in the Netherlands.

Researching Dutch roots on the internet

12:15 - 12:35

More and more information for researching Dutch ancestors can be found online: research results, databases and original sources. Where do you start and how do you find your way? Speaker will show the most important websites and give some tips and tricks for your Dutch research.

The Dig for Victory Show

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The Dig For Victory Show is a fantastic 1940’s themed family festival held in the beautiful North Somerset countryside. We aim to bring history alive and the generations together for a weekend of learning, remembrance and fun! 

Orthotic Works

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Is your back, hip and knee pain coming from your feet? Computer Gait analysis enables us to custom make orthotic insoles to alleviate aches and pains. Guarenteed Pain Relief.

Deceased Online

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Deceased Online, the only UK national database website dedicated to burial and cremation records, now features nearly 30 million records including digital scans of registers, grave details, cemetary maps with grave locations and photos of headstones.