10 October 2016
The SoG has been helping people trace their family history since 1911
Are looking for help to tackle your genealogical conundrums? In Family Tree November Else Churchill, the genealogist at the Society of Genealogists, reveals the practical side to this prestigious organisation – and some easy ways to get top-notch free genealogy advice...
Having served our members and the genealogical community since we were founded in 1911, the Society of Genealogists (SoG) is well used to giving help and advice to family historians, either at our splendid Library in London or out and about at family history events and increasingly online. Information about the FREE SoG advice consultations at the Library or by phone and the Society’s information leaflets and record guides can be found on the Society’s website: www.sog.org.uk.
Much of the advice is given by myself, the SoG's long term experienced members and the the staff in the Society’s Library. Together we’ve accumulated years of genealogical knowledge and experience and are always delighted to help and share it with others, in person, online, by phone or by email.
Else Churchill is the Genealogist at the Society of Genealogists, leading the Society’s outreach and education programmes.