Sunday brought to a close the UK's biggest genealogy event, it was a brilliant weekend with plenty of family discoveries! We all look forward to seeing you again next year in 2014!
The biggest family history
event...In the world!
We're delighted that The National Archives have returned to Who Do You Think You Are? Live and will be holding talks in the all-new National Archives Theatre. These talks will be focused around the 2013 theme of Migration as well as providing information on how to use the The National Archives' extensive resources in your research.
Additionally, speakers from The National Archives will be hosting five sessions in the Society of Genealogists' Workshop programme and knowledgeable members of staff will also be on hand to provide endless help and advice.
Talks in The National Archives Theatre will be as follows:
Friday 22 February
11am Merchant Navy with Janet Dempsey
3pm Tracing Caribbean Ancestors with Guy Grannum
Saturday 23 February
11am Tracing HM Customs Ancestors with James Cronan
3pm BMDs Overseas with Keith Mitchell
Sunday 24 February
11am First World War Records with John Wood
2pm Criminal Records with Nigel Taylor
Tickets are free to collect on the day from the Workshops Ticket Desk, located in the upstairs gallery. Alternatively, you can guarantee your seat buy buying you ticket in advance at a cost of £2 - click here. Please note, all sessions are subject to capacity.