Our use of the hall at Woolmer Green is subject to restrictions before, during and after meetings which as a Society we are unable to respond to. Unless, of course, the Covid pandemic restrictions are lifted, this situation will continue. The Society has planned provisional dates for meetings during 2021.
Planned virtual meetings
However, we have been in consultation with some of our speakers to give their talks by Zoom or similar virtual means. The details of these meetings are listed below:
Society Meeting Saturday, 26 June 2021
at 2:30pm UK time via Zoom
"Sons of the Soil — Researching our AgLab ancestors" by Dr Janet Few
This is a meeting accessible via Zoom.The instructions for access are in the Member's Area. You will need the current user name and password control to access them. Use this link Members' Area.
Note that these Zoom meetings are open to members and also to non-members without charge. They may be pre-booked here
|The following meetings are now on Zoom|
|Provisional Meeting dates|
|Subject to restrictions enforced at the time|
|Jan 30||Baby Farming in Victorian England||Dr Mark Carrol|
|Feb 27||Servants and the English Country House||Adam Smith|
|Mar 27||Death and Burial in London—Their problems and some ideas where to find them||John Hanson|
|Apr 24||DNA 2021—Using it in your research||Donna Rutherford|
|May 29||The Broken Branch—Name changes, reasons for it, tips for discovering them||Ian Waller|
|Jun 26||Sons of the Soil—Researching our AgLab ancestors||Dr. Janet Few|
|Jul 31||Mind the Gaps—Understanding and improving your on-line searches||David Annal|
|Aug 21||At HALS if available|
Venue: Woolmer Green, nr. Knebworth, Herts.
Usually, all meetings are here on a Saturday. See Map of Venue.
Woolmer Green Village Hall, off Bridge Road, Woolmer Green, SG3 6XA.
The Main Hall will open from 1.30pm to 2.30pm for research, etc.
The speaker will commence at 2.30pm.
Note: The AGM starts at 2.30pm followed by the speaker at 3pm.
Refreshments are available normally about 3.30pm.
The meeting closes at 4.30pm.
Visitors are always welcome to come to the Meetings, fee £2 admission.