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Society of Genealogists supports Family Tree Live

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The team behind the new family history show Family Tree Live are delighted to announce the Society of Genealogists (SoG) as an Associate Sponsor of the event.

In addition to the sponsorship, SoG will also be sponsoring the ‘Society of Genealogists Lecture Theatre’ at the two-day London event and will be giving visitors help and advice from the SoG stand.

Else Churchill, Genealogist at SoG, said:

‘Genealogy education and learning is at the heart of the Society’s foundation and hence we are delighted to be sponsoring a lecture theatre at Family Tree Live. Additionally, on the SoG stand you can meet our members and experts who are on hand to offer help and advice with your research and show how the Society’s library and remarkable research collections can take your family history further.’

Family Tree Live is set to become the UK’s most popular family history event. The major exhibition will feature lectures, workshops, displays and stands and will be suitable for all levels of family history experience.

Helen Tovey, Editor of Family Tree magazine, said:

‘It’s fantastic to be working with the Society of Genealogists, and their support fits perfectly with the strong learning aspect of Family Tree Live. We’re excited with the range of lectures, workshops and hands-on activities to be offered over the two days, and delighted to welcome SoG as an associate sponsor, an exhibitor and the sponsor of the Society of Genealogists Lecture Theatre.’

Tickets for Family Tree Live are on sale now - puchase your tickets today!

About the Society of Genealogists:

Founded in 1911 the Society of Genealogists (SoG) is the UK’s National Family History Centre and an Affiliate Family Search Library. Over the years it has amassed a truly magnificent genealogical library and archive with more and more of its remarkable collections and resources being made available online for members. As well as local sources relating to where our ancestors lived and what they did in their lives, the Society collects genealogical research notes, pedigrees and family histories compiled by members and many eminent genealogists.

Additionally, the Society’s extensive education and distance learning programmes support and encourage genealogists to improve their research skills and understanding of family history. The members’ area Learning Zone has an increasing number of recorded lectures and courses. The Search Records pages of the website feature the library catalogue, digitized data searches and quick surname look-ups in various manuscript collections.  The Society offers full and associate memberships and makes the library available to non-members on payment of day search fees. Further information about searches, joining the Society of Genealogists and visiting the library can be found on the website www.sog.org.uk

 

About Family Tree Live:

Family Tree Live is brought to you by the team behind the Family Tree magazine and website, in partnership with the Federation of Family History Societies and will provide visitors with a vast range of learning opportunities under one roof. The event will take place in The Great Hall at Alexandra Palace, one of London’s most iconic venues.

Family Tree Live, in partnership with…

Visitors to Family Tree Live will be able to learn from a comprehensive range of family history lectures across multiple lecture theatres. These will include: world-class speakers who are established experts in the field of genealogy; and specialists on core and unique aspects of family history research. The lecture programme will comprise topics suitable for all levels of family history visitor, from those just starting to research their family trees, to those with many years, even decades, of experience under their belts.

Tickets for Family Tree Live are on sale now - puchase your tickets today!

 

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