|Sep 28||King Cotton and loyal Lancashire (N.W. England & the American Civil War )||Anne Grimshaw|
|Oct 26||Records of the great Courts: Chancery, Exchequer etc.||Michael Gandy|
|Nov 23||Coroner's Inquests||Kathy Chater|
|Dec 14||The Heraldic tomb of the 7th Earl Cowper||John Tunesi of Liongam|
|Jan 25||Military Tribunals in Hertfordshire (appeals of men against conscription 1916–1918)||Jon Mein|
|Feb 22||Illustrating your Family History||John Pearson|
|Mar 29||A Picture to Post (350 year history of the postal service)||David Wilson|
|May 3||Luton Hoo Estate in the 1800s||Felicity Brimblecombe|
|May 31||Searching Irish Records on the Internet||Peter Christian|
|Jun 28||Hertfordshire, a landscape history||Anne Rowe|
|Jul 26||Marriage Law (An investigation into marriage and its alternatives)||Rebecca Probert|
|Sep 27||Best foot forward (Shoemakers and Cobblers)||Ian Waller|
|Oct 25||London Insurance Records 1700–1860||Derek Morris|
|Nov 22||The British in India (searching the records)||Mike Trenchard|
|Dec 13||Newspapers on line||Malcom Holliday|
Venue: Woolmer Green, nr. Knebworth, Herts.
Usually, all meetings are here. See Map of Venue.
Address: Woolmer Green Village Hall, off Bridge Road, Woolmer Green, SG3 6XA.
The Main Hall will open from 1.30pm to 3.00pm for research, queries, book purchases etc. The speaker will commence at 3.00pm.
Computer Group: Meets at Woolmer Green Village Hall in a side room before every main meeting, starting at 1.00pm for beginners and queries and 1.30pm for main speakers and discussion. See Computer Group page for details.
The Annual General Meeting will commence at 2.30pm at Woolmer Green.
Visitors are always welcome to come to the Meetings.