See http://www.nwkfhs.org.uk/nwk-newsletter-jun-2016.pdf link.
Enjoy the events and happenings.
54A – April 27th 2016 :- “An Introduction to Family Historian - A Genealogy and Family Tree Software Computer Program” :- This workshop will provide an overview of this UK program. Content will include preferences, data entry, importing data from other programs, as well as introducing diagrams, reports and the adding of photos. It will also cover the method of recording sources and their respective citations. Aimed at beginners. - Brian Kirk
55 – May 18th 2016 :- “The 1939 Register” :– The Register can be used as a census substitute but, unlike other census', it is not a snapshot in time but an evolving document which continued to be updated for some years after WW2. We will examine what it contains and discuss any problems you may have encountered when using it. - Christine Hills
61 – November 16th 2016 :- “ Brick Walls - Thinking Outside the Box – Mind Maps and other Methods” :- This workshop will try and suggest methods of thinking about how to overcome those ‘brick walls’ that every family historian meets. It will use the attendees own stumbling blocks to discuss sources and how to set out the known facts and suggest research to help solve the problem. Attendees' submitted brick walls will be used as case studies. - David Cufley – This is a repeat of the workshop held in March 2015
There will be no workshop in December
The ‘Sevenoaks, A historical dictionary’ says the railway camps were moving camps.
Its lucky for us books of this type are written by the local history societies and their members.