This year we have four fantastic workshop theatres at the show – SoG Theatre 1 sponsored by Ancestry, SoG Theatre 2 in partnership with Family Tree DNA, SoG Theatre 3 and The Education Zone in partnership with Findmypast. The Education Zone is a brand new feature for the show that will host short presentations on a first come first served basis as tickets are not required for this zone.


We advise you to book your workshop tickets in advance for the best value for money as workshops in the three theatres will all be at £3 on the day (£2 in advance).

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Thursday 7 April 2016

Time

9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
18:00

The Education Zone

10:00
10:20

Alec Tritton

A family historian for over 30 years, from 2002 to 2006 I was Chairman of the Federation of Family...
11:15
12:00
Every year new websites and digitised material appear which can help us research the lives of our...

Gillian Draper

Dr Gill Draper teaches short courses and study days on local history and sources of the medieval...
12:15
12:35

Kirsty Gray

Running her own family history and probate company 'Family Wise Limited', as well as being...
13:30
14:00
In this presentation we shall be broadly looking at those ancestors recorded or classed as Aliens....

Julie Goucher

Julie Goucher has been a keen genealogist since the late 1980's, and has a special
14:50
15:10

Celia Heritage

Family history has been Celia's passion since she was a teenager. After studying with the...
15:15
16:00

Andrew Robertshaw

16:15
16:35

Jackie Depelle

Jackie Depelle is a full-time Family History Tutor and Lecturer, Chairman of the Yorkshire Group of...
16:40
17:00

Else Churchill

Else Churchill is the Genealogists at the Society of Genealogists with over 30 years'...

Theatre 1

10:15
11:00
Meet three of the researchers behind Brian Blessed’s hugely popular episode of WDYTYA? Find...
11:15
12:00
Delve deeper into your family history with Ancestry – featuring AncestryDNA and updates from...
12:15
13:00
Meet three of the researchers behind Brian Blessed’s hugely popular episode of WDYTYA? Find out how...
13:15
14:00
Explore new collections and expand your research with Ancestry
14:15
15:00
Based upon years of painstaking primary research, including studies of thousands of couples, this...

Professor Rebecca Probert

Professor Rebecca Probert is the leading academic authority on the history of marriage law in...
15:15
16:00
How to resolve stumbling blocks in your family history research using new and unique search...

Mark Bayley

16:15
17:00
Birmingham is brimming with archives for family historians to explore. This talk will explain some...

Mike Sharpe

Mike Sharpe is a professional genealogist, writer and lecturer specialising in the local and family...

Theatre 2

10:15
11:00
The facts we gather from resources like the census and legal documents are vital foundations for...

Nicci Fletcher

Nicci Fletcher is like a stick of rock with “writer” printed through her core.  ...
11:15
12:00
Discover the vigorous Victorian world of Brummie business through connections forged through...

Sharon Hintze

Sharon Hintze is the director of the LDS London Family History Centre, the largest LDS centre...
12:15
13:00
This illustrated talk will discuss the progress of the HLF-funded project Surrey in the Great War...

Kirsty Bennett and Imogen Middleton

13:15
14:00
Richard Hill discovered the power of DNA in the course of a decades-long search for his lost family...

Richard Hill

Richard Hill is the author of two books on DNA testing. Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the...
14:15
15:00
Maps are important resources for genealogists but are often difficult to find. The Web, however,...

Peter Christian

Peter Christian has been researching his genealogy for 35 years and first put his family tree on...
15:15
16:00
An introduction and exploration of this technique which attempts to learn more about an ancestor by...

Tahitia McCabe

Tahitia McCabe was a librarian at the Alaska State Library and is currently a tutor and Knowledge...
16:15
17:00
Our Tudor female ancestors may be people we can identify, or they may be lurking, nameless, waiting...

Janet Few

Theatre 3

10:15
11:00
Over the years, the British government and the church applied taxes to just about anything and...

Maggie Loughran

Maggie is a lecturer, educator and author, regularly contributing articles on family and local...
11:15
12:00
Over three million Britons lived in India over the three and a half centuries of British...

Peter Bailey

Peter Bailey is Chairman of the 'Families in British India Society' and lectures and writes...
12:15
13:00
With a daily increase of mobile devices, smart phones and tablets; genealogy companies are making...

Daniel Horowitz

13:15
14:00
The 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare this year provides a good reason to focus...

Graham S Holton

Graham has been involved in one way or another with genealogy and family history for most of his...
14:15
15:00

Fiona Fitzsimons

Fiona Fitzsimons is a founder and Director of Eneclann, a Trinity College Dublin Campus company...
15:15
16:00
The Justices of the Peace undertook considerable administrative duties as well as dealing with...

Alec Tritton

A family historian for over 30 years, from 2002 to 2006 I was Chairman of the Federation of Family...
16:15
17:00
Canada was a popular destination for English, and Welsh, Scottish and Irish, emigrants until the...

John D Reid

John D. Reid is a Canadian genealogist, born in Norfolk, a graduate of the University of Leicester...

The Education Zone

10:00
10:20

Alec Tritton

A family historian for over 30 years, from 2002 to 2006 I was Chairman of the Federation of Family...
11:15
12:00
Every year new websites and digitised material appear which can help us research the lives of our...

Gillian Draper

Dr Gill Draper teaches short courses and study days on local history and sources of the medieval...
12:15
12:35

Kirsty Gray

Running her own family history and probate company 'Family Wise Limited', as well as being...
13:30
14:00
In this presentation we shall be broadly looking at those ancestors recorded or classed as Aliens....

Julie Goucher

Julie Goucher has been a keen genealogist since the late 1980's, and has a special
14:50
15:10

Celia Heritage

Family history has been Celia's passion since she was a teenager. After studying with the...
15:15
16:00

Andrew Robertshaw

16:15
16:35

Jackie Depelle

Jackie Depelle is a full-time Family History Tutor and Lecturer, Chairman of the Yorkshire Group of...
16:40
17:00

Else Churchill

Else Churchill is the Genealogists at the Society of Genealogists with over 30 years'...

Theatre 1

10:15
11:00
Meet three of the researchers behind Brian Blessed’s hugely popular episode of WDYTYA? Find...
11:15
12:00
Delve deeper into your family history with Ancestry – featuring AncestryDNA and updates from...
12:15
13:00
Meet three of the researchers behind Brian Blessed’s hugely popular episode of WDYTYA? Find out how...
13:15
14:00
Explore new collections and expand your research with Ancestry
14:15
15:00
Based upon years of painstaking primary research, including studies of thousands of couples, this...

Professor Rebecca Probert

Professor Rebecca Probert is the leading academic authority on the history of marriage law in...
15:15
16:00
How to resolve stumbling blocks in your family history research using new and unique search...

Mark Bayley

16:15
17:00
Birmingham is brimming with archives for family historians to explore. This talk will explain some...

Mike Sharpe

Mike Sharpe is a professional genealogist, writer and lecturer specialising in the local and family...

Theatre 2

10:15
11:00
The facts we gather from resources like the census and legal documents are vital foundations for...

Nicci Fletcher

Nicci Fletcher is like a stick of rock with “writer” printed through her core.  ...
11:15
12:00
Discover the vigorous Victorian world of Brummie business through connections forged through...

Sharon Hintze

Sharon Hintze is the director of the LDS London Family History Centre, the largest LDS centre...
12:15
13:00
This illustrated talk will discuss the progress of the HLF-funded project Surrey in the Great War...

Kirsty Bennett and Imogen Middleton

13:15
14:00
Richard Hill discovered the power of DNA in the course of a decades-long search for his lost family...

Richard Hill

Richard Hill is the author of two books on DNA testing. Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the...
14:15
15:00
Maps are important resources for genealogists but are often difficult to find. The Web, however,...

Peter Christian

Peter Christian has been researching his genealogy for 35 years and first put his family tree on...
15:15
16:00
An introduction and exploration of this technique which attempts to learn more about an ancestor by...

Tahitia McCabe

Tahitia McCabe was a librarian at the Alaska State Library and is currently a tutor and Knowledge...
16:15
17:00
Our Tudor female ancestors may be people we can identify, or they may be lurking, nameless, waiting...

Janet Few

Theatre 3

10:15
11:00
Over the years, the British government and the church applied taxes to just about anything and...

Maggie Loughran

Maggie is a lecturer, educator and author, regularly contributing articles on family and local...
11:15
12:00
Over three million Britons lived in India over the three and a half centuries of British...

Peter Bailey

Peter Bailey is Chairman of the 'Families in British India Society' and lectures and writes...
12:15
13:00
With a daily increase of mobile devices, smart phones and tablets; genealogy companies are making...

Daniel Horowitz

13:15
14:00
The 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare this year provides a good reason to focus...

Graham S Holton

Graham has been involved in one way or another with genealogy and family history for most of his...
14:15
15:00

Fiona Fitzsimons

Fiona Fitzsimons is a founder and Director of Eneclann, a Trinity College Dublin Campus company...
15:15
16:00
The Justices of the Peace undertook considerable administrative duties as well as dealing with...

Alec Tritton

A family historian for over 30 years, from 2002 to 2006 I was Chairman of the Federation of Family...
16:15
17:00
Canada was a popular destination for English, and Welsh, Scottish and Irish, emigrants until the...

John D Reid

John D. Reid is a Canadian genealogist, born in Norfolk, a graduate of the University of Leicester...

Friday 8 April 2016

Time

9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
18:00

The Education Zone

10:00
10:20
Your ancestors may have lived or travelled across the British Isles and beyond. This talk will show...

Dr Gill Draper

Dr Gill Draper is the Events and Development Officer for the British Association for Local History...
11:15
12:00

Dominic Johnson

Dominic Johnson B.Sc L.H.G. a professional family historian, teacher and lecturer of family history...
12:15
12:35
Ephemera’ refers to things that were not designed to last - billheads, business cards, posters,...

Jane Howells

Jane Howells is editor of Local History News for the British Association for Local History. She is...
12:40
13:00

Sharon Hintze

Sharon Hintze is the director of the LDS London Family History Centre, the largest LDS centre...
14:50
15:10

Celia Heritage

Family history has been Celia's passion since she was a teenager. After studying with the...
15:15
15:35

Andrew Robertshaw

16:15
17:00
Telling the story of your family history is a perfect way to capture your fascinating past, but how...

Emily McCracken

Emily McCracken is the Managing Editor for Story Terrace, recruiting professional writers and...

Theatre 1

10:15
11:00
Eric Knowles will be making his debut with a fascinating talk 'Confessions of an Auctioneer....
11:15
12:00
With so many people tracing their family history it’s quite possible something may already...

Else Churchill

Else Churchill is the Genealogists at the Society of Genealogists with over 30 years'...
12:15
13:00
Eric Knowles will be making his debut with a fascinating talk 'Confessions of an Auctioneer....
13:15
14:00
Join Sir Tony Robinson with experts from Ancestry as they delve into new and exciting developments...
14:15
15:00
• You have a brickwall but you know the answer must be out there somewhere? • They seem...

Mary Evans

A regular contributor to Family Tree magazine, Mary has written articles, some on brick walls, and...
15:15
16:00
Explore new collections and expand your research with Ancestry
16:15
17:00
Bring the story of your ancestors to life. How to stop researching and start writing, choose a...

Gill Blanchard.

Gill Blanchard, BA. MA. PGCE (PCE). AGRA member. Gill has worked as a professional family, house...

Theatre 2

10:15
11:00
31 May 2016 marks the centenary of the largest naval battle of the First World War – the...

Charlotte Czyzyk

11:15
12:00
Liz Palmer, is a qualified genealogist having graduated in 2013 with a Postgraduate Diploma in...
12:15
13:00
Once upon a time, the idea of using DNA to solve genealogical mysteries seemed like science fiction...

Bennett Greenspan, CEO of Family Tree DNA

Nebraska native Bennett Greenspan caught the genealogy bug early, completing his first family tree...
13:15
14:00
The years 1912-23 saw the deaths of over 75,000 from Ireland in armed conflict, from the fields of...

Brian Donovan

Brian is the Head of Irish Data and Business Development at findmypast, as well as being a director...
14:15
15:00
This lecture will cover the main sources of material that can be used to research Jewish families...

Michael Tobias

Michael Tobias has a BSc Honours in Mathematics and Physics and qualified as a Fellow of the...
15:15
16:00
In July 2015, the National Library of Wales (NLW) unveiled its new website for searching and...

Peter Evans

16:15
17:00
With increased indexing and transcription of records, often linked to digitised images on free and...

Kirsty Gray

Running her own family history and probate company 'Family Wise Limited', as well as being...

Theatre 3

10:15
11:00
The discovery of new stories about people and places using the attractive interface of the cynefin....

Einion Gruffudd

11:15
12:00
Birmingham rose from “Not a place to promise much” in the Domesday Book to “The...

Doreen Hopwood

Doreen Hopwood was the former genealogist for Birmingham City Council and has been carrying out...
12:15
13:00
Timelines are great tools for both analyzing the data you have as well as generating stories. You...

Ron Arons

Ron has given 250+ presentations internationally. He has authored three books, The Jews of Sing...
13:15
14:00
Keith will show how thorough work from a distance needs to be backed up by at least one site visit...

Keith Gregson

Keith is author of 'Sporting Ancestors'
14:15
15:00
 The registers of the medieval and early modern church contain a wealth of information...

Gary Brannan

15:15
16:00
The talk will examine two key issues affecting Irish marriages in the 19th century. The first is...

Dr Maebh Harding

16:15
17:00
Requests from all over the world to find their ancestors prompted a seven week journey...

Elaine Macgregor

The Education Zone

10:00
10:20
Your ancestors may have lived or travelled across the British Isles and beyond. This talk will show...

Dr Gill Draper

Dr Gill Draper is the Events and Development Officer for the British Association for Local History...
11:15
12:00

Dominic Johnson

Dominic Johnson B.Sc L.H.G. a professional family historian, teacher and lecturer of family history...
12:15
12:35
Ephemera’ refers to things that were not designed to last - billheads, business cards, posters,...

Jane Howells

Jane Howells is editor of Local History News for the British Association for Local History. She is...
12:40
13:00

Sharon Hintze

Sharon Hintze is the director of the LDS London Family History Centre, the largest LDS centre...
14:50
15:10

Celia Heritage

Family history has been Celia's passion since she was a teenager. After studying with the...
15:15
15:35

Andrew Robertshaw

16:15
17:00
Telling the story of your family history is a perfect way to capture your fascinating past, but how...

Emily McCracken

Emily McCracken is the Managing Editor for Story Terrace, recruiting professional writers and...

Theatre 1

10:15
11:00
Eric Knowles will be making his debut with a fascinating talk 'Confessions of an Auctioneer....
11:15
12:00
With so many people tracing their family history it’s quite possible something may already...

Else Churchill

Else Churchill is the Genealogists at the Society of Genealogists with over 30 years'...
12:15
13:00
Eric Knowles will be making his debut with a fascinating talk 'Confessions of an Auctioneer....
13:15
14:00
Join Sir Tony Robinson with experts from Ancestry as they delve into new and exciting developments...
14:15
15:00
• You have a brickwall but you know the answer must be out there somewhere? • They seem...

Mary Evans

A regular contributor to Family Tree magazine, Mary has written articles, some on brick walls, and...
15:15
16:00
Explore new collections and expand your research with Ancestry
16:15
17:00
Bring the story of your ancestors to life. How to stop researching and start writing, choose a...

Gill Blanchard.

Gill Blanchard, BA. MA. PGCE (PCE). AGRA member. Gill has worked as a professional family, house...

Theatre 2

10:15
11:00
31 May 2016 marks the centenary of the largest naval battle of the First World War – the...

Charlotte Czyzyk

11:15
12:00
Liz Palmer, is a qualified genealogist having graduated in 2013 with a Postgraduate Diploma in...
12:15
13:00
Once upon a time, the idea of using DNA to solve genealogical mysteries seemed like science fiction...

Bennett Greenspan, CEO of Family Tree DNA

Nebraska native Bennett Greenspan caught the genealogy bug early, completing his first family tree...
13:15
14:00
The years 1912-23 saw the deaths of over 75,000 from Ireland in armed conflict, from the fields of...

Brian Donovan

Brian is the Head of Irish Data and Business Development at findmypast, as well as being a director...
14:15
15:00
This lecture will cover the main sources of material that can be used to research Jewish families...

Michael Tobias

Michael Tobias has a BSc Honours in Mathematics and Physics and qualified as a Fellow of the...
15:15
16:00
In July 2015, the National Library of Wales (NLW) unveiled its new website for searching and...

Peter Evans

16:15
17:00
With increased indexing and transcription of records, often linked to digitised images on free and...

Kirsty Gray

Running her own family history and probate company 'Family Wise Limited', as well as being...

Theatre 3

10:15
11:00
The discovery of new stories about people and places using the attractive interface of the cynefin....

Einion Gruffudd

11:15
12:00
Birmingham rose from “Not a place to promise much” in the Domesday Book to “The...

Doreen Hopwood

Doreen Hopwood was the former genealogist for Birmingham City Council and has been carrying out...
12:15
13:00
Timelines are great tools for both analyzing the data you have as well as generating stories. You...

Ron Arons

Ron has given 250+ presentations internationally. He has authored three books, The Jews of Sing...
13:15
14:00
Keith will show how thorough work from a distance needs to be backed up by at least one site visit...

Keith Gregson

Keith is author of 'Sporting Ancestors'
14:15
15:00
 The registers of the medieval and early modern church contain a wealth of information...

Gary Brannan

15:15
16:00
The talk will examine two key issues affecting Irish marriages in the 19th century. The first is...

Dr Maebh Harding

16:15
17:00
Requests from all over the world to find their ancestors prompted a seven week journey...

Elaine Macgregor

Saturday 9 April 2016

Time

9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
18:00

The Education Zone

10:00
10:20

Kirsty Gray

Running her own family history and probate company 'Family Wise Limited', as well as being...
11:15
12:00

Sarah Paterson

Sarah Paterson is/was Family History Librarian at the Imperial War Museum, and [has] worked there...
12:40
13:00
Ephemera’ refers to things that were not designed to last - billheads, business cards, posters,...

Jane Howells

Jane Howells is editor of Local History News for the British Association for Local History. She is...
13:50
14:10

Andrew Robertshaw

14:15
14:35

Brian Donovan

Brian is the Head of Irish Data and Business Development at findmypast, as well as being a director...
15:15
16:00

Steve Manning

Theatre 1

11:15
12:00
Join Sir Tony Robinson with experts from Ancestry as they delve into new and exciting developments...
13:15
14:00
It can be totally frustrating to have a name that you cannot find in the Civil Registration or...
John Hanson was a Systems Specialist in the banking industry before taking early retirement in 2001...
14:15
15:00
Explore new collections and expand your research with Ancestry
15:15
16:00

Dr Ian Macdonald

16:15
17:00
Parish registers and associated church records are the most important genealogy source before the...

Else Churchill

Else Churchill is the Genealogists at the Society of Genealogists with over 30 years'...

Theatre 2

10:15
11:00
Birmingham’s central location and economic prosperity have attracted people from across the...

Mike Sharpe

Mike Sharpe is a professional genealogist, writer and lecturer specialising in the local and family...
11:15
12:00
On the surface researching men who served in the First World War is easy. And so often it is. But...

Simon Fowler

Simon Fowler is a professional researcher, writer and tutor specialising in history. In recent...
12:15
13:00
Turi King will tell the story of the research project undertaken at the University of Leicester to...

Turi King

Dr. Turi King is a Lecturer in Genetics and Archaeology at the University of Leicester. She led the...
13:15
14:00
Genealogists must find their information where they can and this is particularly true in Ireland,...

Dr Jim Ryan

Dr. James Ryan is a writer and publisher who has been active in Irish genealogy for the past 25...
14:15
15:00
At some stage almost all family historians need to visit an archive or two to look at records which...

Simon Fowler

Simon Fowler is a professional researcher, writer and tutor specialising in history. In recent...
15:15
16:00
The further back we trace our family tree, the more difficult it becomes to establish our pedigree...

Celia Heritage

Family history has been Celia's passion since she was a teenager. After studying with the...
16:15
17:00

Dr Simon Wills

Maritime genealogist and writer, Dr Simon Wills, is the author of six books. His first novel '...

Theatre 3

10:15
11:00
The 1901 & 1911 census records are available, others, were destroyed.  However, the 1841...

Grant Edward Curley

11:15
12:00
The talk will cover online digital resources relating to Welsh family and local history, focusing...

Beryl Evans

I have worked at the National Library of Wales since 1985, working in various posts relating to...
12:15
13:00
Introduction to researching British women who married American airmen during the Second World War...

Lucy May Maxwell and Emily Charles

13:15
14:00
Before the 1950s, no respectable woman was properly dressed without her hat and gloves. Men were...

Adèle Emm

Adèle Emm started tracing her family history at seventeen when large red tomes were heaved down...
14:15
15:00
In the early 18th century people knew their place in society, whether in town or country. The...

Bruce B Bishop

Bruce B Bishop was born in Walsall, England. Spent 20 years as a meteorologist, and a similar...
15:15
16:00
FamilySearch is the largest genealogical organization in the world. Millions of people use...

Cherie Bush

16:15
17:00
Copyright applies to photographs, diaries, paintings, film clips and many other works.  This...

Margaret Haig

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO), the official government body responsible for intellectual...

The Education Zone

10:00
10:20

Kirsty Gray

Running her own family history and probate company 'Family Wise Limited', as well as being...
11:15
12:00

Sarah Paterson

Sarah Paterson is/was Family History Librarian at the Imperial War Museum, and [has] worked there...
12:40
13:00
Ephemera’ refers to things that were not designed to last - billheads, business cards, posters,...

Jane Howells

Jane Howells is editor of Local History News for the British Association for Local History. She is...
13:50
14:10

Andrew Robertshaw

14:15
14:35

Brian Donovan

Brian is the Head of Irish Data and Business Development at findmypast, as well as being a director...
15:15
16:00

Steve Manning

Theatre 1

11:15
12:00
Join Sir Tony Robinson with experts from Ancestry as they delve into new and exciting developments...
13:15
14:00
It can be totally frustrating to have a name that you cannot find in the Civil Registration or...
John Hanson was a Systems Specialist in the banking industry before taking early retirement in 2001...
14:15
15:00
Explore new collections and expand your research with Ancestry
15:15
16:00

Dr Ian Macdonald

16:15
17:00
Parish registers and associated church records are the most important genealogy source before the...

Else Churchill

Else Churchill is the Genealogists at the Society of Genealogists with over 30 years'...

Theatre 2

10:15
11:00
Birmingham’s central location and economic prosperity have attracted people from across the...

Mike Sharpe

Mike Sharpe is a professional genealogist, writer and lecturer specialising in the local and family...
11:15
12:00
On the surface researching men who served in the First World War is easy. And so often it is. But...

Simon Fowler

Simon Fowler is a professional researcher, writer and tutor specialising in history. In recent...
12:15
13:00
Turi King will tell the story of the research project undertaken at the University of Leicester to...

Turi King

Dr. Turi King is a Lecturer in Genetics and Archaeology at the University of Leicester. She led the...
13:15
14:00
Genealogists must find their information where they can and this is particularly true in Ireland,...

Dr Jim Ryan

Dr. James Ryan is a writer and publisher who has been active in Irish genealogy for the past 25...
14:15
15:00
At some stage almost all family historians need to visit an archive or two to look at records which...

Simon Fowler

Simon Fowler is a professional researcher, writer and tutor specialising in history. In recent...
15:15
16:00
The further back we trace our family tree, the more difficult it becomes to establish our pedigree...

Celia Heritage

Family history has been Celia's passion since she was a teenager. After studying with the...
16:15
17:00

Dr Simon Wills

Maritime genealogist and writer, Dr Simon Wills, is the author of six books. His first novel '...

Theatre 3

10:15
11:00
The 1901 & 1911 census records are available, others, were destroyed.  However, the 1841...

Grant Edward Curley

11:15
12:00
The talk will cover online digital resources relating to Welsh family and local history, focusing...

Beryl Evans

I have worked at the National Library of Wales since 1985, working in various posts relating to...
12:15
13:00
Introduction to researching British women who married American airmen during the Second World War...

Lucy May Maxwell and Emily Charles

13:15
14:00
Before the 1950s, no respectable woman was properly dressed without her hat and gloves. Men were...

Adèle Emm

Adèle Emm started tracing her family history at seventeen when large red tomes were heaved down...
14:15
15:00
In the early 18th century people knew their place in society, whether in town or country. The...

Bruce B Bishop

Bruce B Bishop was born in Walsall, England. Spent 20 years as a meteorologist, and a similar...
15:15
16:00
FamilySearch is the largest genealogical organization in the world. Millions of people use...

Cherie Bush

16:15
17:00
Copyright applies to photographs, diaries, paintings, film clips and many other works.  This...

Margaret Haig

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO), the official government body responsible for intellectual...