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March 2019 – Norfolk Women in WW1 – by Neil Storey

MID-NORFOLK FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
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Norfolk Women

In WW1

by

Neil Storey

Wednesday 20th March
7.30 pm

Trinity Methodist Church Hall
Theatre Street
DEREHAM
NR19 2EP

Neil returns to us again looking at a
particularly significant part that
women played in World War One.
How would your relatives have been affected?

START DIGGING INTO YOUR PAST!

ENTRANCE £2 to non-members – TEA or COFFEE INCLUDED

YOU WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME

Visit https://midnorfolkfhs.wordpress.com/program/
or simply search “Mid Norfolk FHS” for more information.

Download the March 2019 – MNFHS poster here;

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14 March 2019 – FILMED IN TIME – by Michael Burton

FILMED IN TIME

by

Michael Burton

Brent Scholes has been working on a large collection of 16mm colour films made
largely in the 1980’s in and around Dereham by Michael.

They show many of the people working in town, on the market, and local shops
that are now closed. Some also show farms and wildlife around the district.

The films are now digitized ready to show so that you might be able to spot a
relative or realise what has changed in the time. It makes fascinating viewing
even if you are new to the area.

The show is at;

Dereham Library

7.30pm

Thursday 14th March 2019.

If you are interested in coming can you please let the Library
know so seating can be planned ASAP.

The event is hosted by the ‘Friends of Dereham
Library’. There is a small charge by the library of
£1.

February 2019 – Life of a Norfolk Family in 1900’s – by Christine Humphries

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Life of a Norfolk Family

In 1900’s

by

Christine Humphries

Wednesday 20th February
7.30 pm

Trinity Methodist Church Hall
Theatre Street
DEREHAM
NR19 2EP

Christine is looking at a real Norfolk family with
connections to Dereham.
She will explain how they lived and worked, and
help you to understand your relatives better!

START DIGGING INTO YOUR PAST!

ENTRANCE £2 to non-members – TEA or COFFEE INCLUDED

YOU WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME

Visit https://midnorfolkfhs.wordpress.com/program/
or simply search “Mid Norfolk FHS” for more information.

Download the November 2018 – MNFHS poster here;

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November 2018 – A Christmas Carol, an adaptation – by Medieval World

MID-NORFOLK FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
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A Christmas Carol

an adaptation

by

Medieval World

Wednesday 21st November
7.30 pm

Trinity Methodist Church Hall
Theatre Street
DEREHAM
NR19 2EP

We set forth to celebrate A Christmas Carol
with the aid of Mike Wabe from
Medieval World
who is hoping to bring history to life!

ENTRANCE £2 to non-members – TEA or COFFEE INCLUDED

YOU WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME

Visit https://midnorfolkfhs.wordpress.com/program/
or simply search “Mid Norfolk FHS” for more information.

Download the November 2018 – MNFHS poster here;

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Sharpening Your Family History Research Skills – course

The following was seen recently via the Federation of Family History SocietiesFacebook page, which might be of interest to some in the Mid Norfolk area;

Sharpening Your Family History Research Skills –

Unlocking Your Ancestry

Six Week Family History Course

Starting; Tuesday 4th September 2018

1:30 to 4:30pm

Continuing; 18th September, 25th September, 2nd October, 23rd October, and 30th October.

at Lophams’ Village Hall,
Church Road,
North Lopham, Norfolk IP22 2LP

Hosted by the Diss Branch of the Norfolk Family History Society (NFHS)

£30 – NFHS Members

£60 – Non Members

Tutor; Gill Blanchard. BA. MA. PGCE. (Post. Grad. Cert. Ed.) Qualified Tutor and Professional Genealogist. Author of “Tracing Your Ancestors: Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk”, “Tracing Your House History”, and Writing Your Family History”.

To book, contact Betty Morley; dissgroupnfhs@btinternet.com tel; 01379 688354

Topics;

  1. Stepping Stones and Making the Most of What You’ve Got.
  2. Parish Registers, Nonconformist Records, Cemetery Records and Monumental Inscriptions.
  3. The Workhouse and its Records
  4. The Parish Poor
  5. Crime and Healthcare
  6. Wills, Administrations and Inventories.

 

August 2018 – Alice and her Sisters – by Simon Pawley

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Alice and her
Sisters

by

Simon Pawley

Wednesday 15th August
7.30 pm

Trinity Methodist Church Hall
Theatre Street
DEREHAM
NR19 2EP

Simon is again visiting us, and is going
to look at a piece of his family research that
caused him quite a hunt!
How he solved this mystery trail could
help with your research!

START DIGGING INTO YOUR PAST!

YOU WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME

ENTRANCE £2 to non-members – TEA or COFFEE INCLUDED

Visit https://midnorfolkfhs.wordpress.com/program/
or simply search Mid-Norfolk FHS for more information.

Download the August 2018 – MNFHS poster here;

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For a Tyme Lost – event at Gressenhall Church on Saturday 10th March – 7.30pm

Bridget Yates has asked us to publicise a forthcoming event in Gressenhall Church which she thinks will be of interest to some MNFHS members.
The evening includes a talk on music in the church from the building of a West Gallery by Robert Halcott in 1635, through to the installation of an organ in 1911. During the nineteenth century there was a church band, mainly members of the extensive Tye family, and some of their instruments, which are now in Strangers’ Hall Museum, will be on display for ‘one night only’. The talk will be illustrated by The Gressenhall Singers and a band of local musicians using the early 19th century ‘Gressenhall Tune Book’. The Gressenhall Ringers will be welcoming the audience with 17th century ringing on five bells.