Federation of Family History Societies
|Address||PO Box 62,|
Norfolk NR26 9AR
|Telephone||(+44) 01263 824951|
|President||Dr Nick Barratt|
|Vice-President||Dr Colin R Chapman|
Derek A Palgrave
Mrs Pauline Litton
Family History Federation is a UK-based educational charity with a worldwide membership.
Using our website, social media and other means of communication, we ensure that family history news and guidance on how to learn more about the subject are readily available to member societies and to the general public.
The services we provide to our member societies and to family historians in general include:
Find a Society - essential information about our member societies
Directory of Speakers - essential help when organising a programme of meetings.
Events - we attend events to raise the profile of our member societies, especially those not running their own stalls on the occasion.
Information - help with topics including finance, legal matters and publicity is available to member societies.
Insurance - much appreciated cover for member societies. Meetings - society representatives gather twice a year, to pool ideas as well as deal with formal business.
Projects - improving knowledge of and access to relevant data. Really Useful Leaflet (RUL) - features our member societies, useful websites and other topics of wide interest.
Representation - we lobby official bodies on matters affecting the study of family history.
Seminars - these address topics relevant to our member societies. They are great occasions for those who run societies to get together, learn and share their insights.
Social media - extensive use of Facebook and Twitter to tell the wider world about our member societies and other aspects of family history.
Family History Federation is a brand name of the Federation of Family History Societies, a limited company and a charity. For further see the Memorandum and Articles of Association on our website:
Activities and benefits[edit | edit source]
An account of the Federation's activities and the benefits of membership appear in the relevant section of its website.
Society projects[edit | edit source]
- National Burial Index
- Records of World War 1 Conscription Tribunals
- Manorial Documents Register
Events[edit | edit source]
Society Meetings [edit | edit source]
- The next AGM will be held in March 2020 at West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road, Oxford OX2 0BT UK
- Please consult our website for up-to-the-minute information on our other activities