September 26, 2020

Genealogy and Social History: Know your Ancestors

The Science and Industry Museum, Manchester, England

Saturday 26 September 2020


The Register of Qualified Genealogists (RQG) is pleased to announce that our 2020 conference “Genealogy and Social History: Know your Ancestors” will be held at the The Science and Industry Museum, Manchester, England on 26 September 2020.

This conference is for EVERYONE interested in genealogy and family history and will feature main speakers Professors Helen Johnston and Heather Shore, Melanie Backe-Hansen and David Annal.  Several short paper presentations have also been designed to support you in developing your genealogy and family history skills and knowledge. This is also a great opportunity to come together to share good  practice and the latest ideas in genealogy.

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