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Thursday, 8 September 2011

Knockhalt, Kent. History and Photographs. Archives for London 2011 Conference-The history of education and learning in London. Genealogy & Family History Courses.

Knockholt, Kent. History and Photographs.

At St Katherine's Parish Church there are photographs of the exterior and interior of the Church and at History of the Church  is a history of the Church.

The Memorial Inscriptions for the Churchyard can be found at  Kent Archaeological Site The Tithe Award Schedule for Knockholt can be found at  Tithe Awards

More photographs (from Edwardian Times) and history of Knockholt can also be found at Knockholt Village History

Archives for London 2011 Conference.

The AFL is holding a conference on  October 29th at University College London entitled The history of education and learning in London.

Speakers include:

Elizabeth Wells - School Archives: A Neglected Resource?
Remi Harris - The George Padmore Institute
Alice Mackay - Kingsley Hall as a centre for learning
Dr Brian Bowers - Aspects of Engineering Education
Roland Allen, Maureen Roberts, Richard Daniels - Panel
Anne Barrett - UCL: a Non-conformist University

The conference fee is discounted if booking is made in advance (by 17 Sept)  £32 for AFL members and £42 for non members. For further queries please email  2011 Conference or for  more details go to Learning in London

Genealogy & Family History Courses. On-line no matter your level of experience

If you are interested in taking a course to further your knowledge and ability to research your family history the Federation of Family History Societies site at FFHS Education is a good place to start. It will give you ideas on what you should look for and what is available through various links.

Pharos, in association with the Federation of Family History Societies offers many assessed and un-assessed low cost on-line courses. It is worthwhile checking to see if any of then offer what you are looking for. Pharos Courses

Ancestor Life Search is also a helpful site, not only on various courses but offers other information  that will be helpful in your research, whether you are new to Family History of more experienced. Ancestor Life

GENEVA is an on-line calendar run jointly on behalf of GENUKI and the Federation of Family History Societies.which provides details of courses, Open Days and other events held by various Family History Societies it can be found at Geneva Calendar

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