Huddersfield & District Family History Society
Family and Local History Fair
Will be held on
Saturday 4th November 2017
10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Cathedral House, St Thomas' Road, Huddersfield, HD1 3LG
Admission £3.00 Accompanied children under 16 free.
There is plenty of free car parking space at Cathedral House.
Cathedral House cafe open all day.
Below are details of the 2016 event.
2017 Fair details will appear nearer the time.
Whether you are a beginner or a more experienced family history researcher, or maybe interested in local history, there will be something for everyone.
The Fair is supported by a wide range of Exhibitors
Exhibitors listed below have confirmed their attendance at this years fair.
NB: Choose '25' in 'Show ... entries' to see the full list:
|Huddersfield & District FHS||Hudds & Dist FHS|
|Wakefield FHS||Wakefield FHS|
|Calderdale FHS||Calderdale FHS|
|Chris Makepeace Maps||Makepeace On Line|
|Elaine Beardsell Books|
|Kirklees Local Studies Library||Library web site|
|Huddersfield Local History Society||H L H S web site
|Bradford Family History Society||B F H S web site|
|Family & Community Historical Research Society (FACHRS)||FACHRS web site|
|Honley Civic Society||Honley Civic Society on the web|
|The Family History Partnership||F H Partnership web site|
|Holme Valley Civic Society||Contact HV Civic Soc via Civic Voice|
|My History||My History web site|
|Steve Whitwam - Colne Valley Research||Steve's web site|
|Military and Family Genealogy||M&F G web site|
|The Federation of Family History Societies||FFHS web site|
|Lancashire Family History and Heraldry Society||Society web site|
Helps you make your family history more engaging and accessible
|TWILE web site|
|Huddersfield Archaeologcal Society||Society web site|
All the different societies and organisations that attend these events, are always very keen and willing to help with advice and guidance on what to look for and where to look, offering helpful hints and tips, based on their own personal experiences.
The Huddersfield and District Family History Society will have our own researchers, society members and committee members on hand, to help and advise. We will have our computers, with our own database installed, on hand for anyone who would like to have a search done on the day. The Society will also have the full range of transcribed Parish Register & Census booklets and CD's available to buy.
This year we have three talks with a family or local history flavour to entertain visitors and we are pleased to confirm the attendance of the following:
10.30am: ‘The Edgerton Cemetery Project’
by Mike Hardcastle and Roger Gill
This talk will enable visitors to understand more about the records the Society now holds in respect of Huddersfield’s largest cemetery and how this project came to fruition.
11.45am‘Turnpike Roads for Family & Local Historians’
by Edgar Holroyd-Doveton
Edgar has been a professional historian for 30 years and an active family and local historian for 20.
2.00pm:‘Classic Crimes of Old Yorkshire’
by Martin Baggoley
Martin is a retired probation officer and author.
Please bear in mind that if it is really important to you that you are able to attend a particular talk then you need to be there early in the day to obtain a ticket as there will only be a limited number (50) seats available.
Several Raffle prizes will be on offer, including one years Membership of the Society, A Chris Makepeace Map, a Root Cellar book token and a Family History record book.
The Cathedral House web site is here.
For table booking please contact the Society Secretary.
All proceeds from the event will be used to help further the aims of the society.
This and other events are advertised at Where Can We Go