Walton-On-Thames CentrePlease note the change of venue from January 2018
Ashley Church of England Primary School, Ashley Road, Walton on Thames, KT12 1HXMeetings take place in the hall of Ashley School which is in the centre of Walton.
Parking is available in the school car park – the car park entrance is 50 metres after the main school entrance. Walton on Thames station is about a 20 minute walk away.
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Co-ordinator Tim WilliamsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fourth Tuesday in month
Doors Open at 7.15pm. Meeting starts at 7.45pm.
|Tue||26||Feb||7.45 pm||Tracing men and women who served in the World Wars||Simon Fowler|
|Tue||26||Mar||7.45 pm||Up with the lark: Agricultural Labourers||Ian Waller|
|Tue||23||Apr||7.45 pm||Where are you stuck?/How do I do this?||Informal meeting|
|Tue||28||May||7.45 pm||Shopkeeper ancestors||Sue Gibbons|
|Tue||25||Jun||7.45 pm||The history and mystery of maps||Tony Painter|
February 26 2019Simon Fowler - Tracing men and women who served in the World Wars
Discover how to find out about these brave men and women who fought in the First and Second World Wars. With so many military records online it might appear to be an easy process, but there are many pitfalls and brick walls to avoid.
March 26Ian Waller - Up with the lark: Agricultural Labourers
Most of us will have agricultural labourers in our ancestry. What was life like for an ‘Ag Lab’? This talk looks at the factors which influenced their lives, and reviews the wealth of records which enable us to learn more about them.
April 23Informal meeting - Where are you stuck?/How do I do this?
An informal evening focused on how to solve some family history problems.
May 28Sue Gibbons - Shopkeeper ancestors
Learn more about the reality of your ancestors’ life as a shopkeeper. This talk with tell you about the many sources and the wide range of records that can help you to find out about shopkeeper ancestors.
June 25Tony Painter - The history and mystery of maps
This talk reviews the history of maps, from early county maps and Ordnance Survey maps to military maps and some cartographic oddities. It also looks at the availability of maps online and their relevance to local and family history, including specifically the Walton area.