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:The principal objectives of the West Middlesex Family History Society are to promote the study of all aspects of family history and allied subjects; to encourage the practice of, and distribution of information on, family history and related subjects, by means of lectures on relevant topics; and to preserve and promote access to records and any other sources of material by transcription, indexing, and publication.
 
:The principal objectives of the West Middlesex Family History Society are to promote the study of all aspects of family history and allied subjects; to encourage the practice of, and distribution of information on, family history and related subjects, by means of lectures on relevant topics; and to preserve and promote access to records and any other sources of material by transcription, indexing, and publication.
 
== Kent Societies ==
 
 
'''Woolwich & District Family History Society'''<br>Shrewsbury House<br>Bushmoor Cres<br>Shooter’s Hill, London SE18 3EG UK<br>
 
Email: [mailto:suhiwfhs@tiscali.co.uk suhiwfhs@tiscali.co.uk]<br>
 
Website: [http://www.woolwichfhs.org.uk Woolwich & District Family History Society]
 
 
:The Society covers not just Woolwich but also Greenwich, Woolwich, Charlton, Plumstead, Eltham, Welling, Bexleyheath, and Crayford.  Many people have ancestors who spent a few years or a few generation in this area. Many worked at the Royal Arsenal, the Royal Dockyard, or served in the Artillery.
 
  
 
== Surrey Society ==
 
== Surrey Society ==

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Family history societies often publish helpful journals, transcripts, compiled genealogies and host helpful websites. They may have ongoing projects to transcribe records and create indexes. Most societies publish queries in their journals and maintain lists of members’ research interests that may be helpful to you. You may want to join one of these societies, reap the benefits of their expertise and resources, or support its efforts.

Addresses of the societies are for the most part where their meetings are held as they are by-and-large not brick-and-mortar institutions.

Regional Societies[edit | edit source]

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society
Museum of London
150 London Wall
London EC2Y 5HN UK
Telephone: 020 7410 2228
Email: kthomas@mola.org.uk
Website: London and Middlesex Archaeological Society

The Society was founded in 1855 ‘for the purpose of investigating the antiquities and early history of the Cities of London and Westminster and the Metropolitan County of Middlesex’. Its activities include arranging lectures and conferences, publishing research on the history and archaeology of London and Middlesex, and helping to monitor the state of historic buildings and monuments in Greater London.

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society
Barnet Branch
Lyonsdown Hall
3 Lyonsdown Road
New Barnet
Hertfordshire EN5 1JB UK
Email: barnet@lwmfhs.org.uk
City Branch
Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre
Holborn Library
33-38 Theobalds Road
Holborn, London WC1X 8PA UK
Email: city@lwmfhs.org.uk
Enfield Branch
St Paul's Centre
102a Church Street
Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6AR UK
Email: enfield@lwmfhs.org.uk
Rayners Lane Branch
Friends' Meeting House
456 Rayners Lane
Pinner, Middlesex HA5 5DT UK
Email: rayners_lane@lwmfhs.org.uk

Email: secretary@lwmfhs.org.uk
Website: London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

The London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society was formed in 2001 from an amalgamation of two former societies: the London & North Middlesex FHS (formed in 1978) and the Westminster & Central Middlesex FHS. The Society's area now comprises the City of London, the City of Westminster, and the London Boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Camden, Enfield, Haringey, Harrow, and Islington, together with parts of Ealing and Hillingdon. We aim to bring together all those family historians with ancestors in the area or who live in the area.

Middlesex Societies[edit | edit source]

Acton History Group
St Mary’s Church Hall
1, The Mount
Acton High Street
London W3 9NW UK
Email: info@actonhistory.co.uk
Website: Acton History Group

Active local history society with regular meetings and a programme of talks; Acton Historian magazine produced twice a year. Members also produce local history publications and lead local walks.

Enfield Archaeological Society
Jubilee Hall
2 Parsonage Lane
Enfield, London EN2 0AJ UK
Email: enquiries@enfarchsoc.org
Website: Enfield Archaeological Society

Founded in 1955, the Enfield Archaeological Society is active in carrying out research and fieldwork in and around the London Borough of Enfield, in order to understand and preserve its history. Our main aims are to promote the practice and study of archaeology in the district; to record and preserve all finds in the borough and encourage others to allow their finds to be recorded by the Society; and to co-operate with neighbouring societies with similar aims.

Friern Barnet & District Local History Society
North Middlesex Golf Club
The Manor House
Friern Barnet Lane
London N20 0N UK
Telephone: 020 8368 8314
Email: friernbarnethistory@hotmail.co.uk
Website: Friern Barnet & District Local History Society

The Society was named “Friern Barnet and District” as a reflection of its interest in not only the area covered by the former Friern Barnet Urban District Council but also the neighbouring areas of New Southgate, North Finchley, and Whetstone. Our aims are to encourage the preservation of things of local interest, to study and record local history, and to arrange lectures on topics of local and general historical interest.

Hendon & District Archaeological Society
Avenue House
East End Road
Finchley, London N3 3QE UK
Email: secretary@hadas.org.uk
Website: Hendon & District Archaeological Society

The objects of HADAS are the advancement of archaeological and historical research and education for the public benefit, with particular reference to the archaeology and history of the London Borough of Barnet.

Hillingdon Family History Society
Hillingdon Park Baptist Church Hall
25 Hercies Road
Hillingdon Circus
Uxbridge, Middlesex UB10 9LS UK
Telephone: 01753 885602
Email: gillmay20@btinternet.com
Website: Hillingdon Family History Society

Hillingdon Family History Society was founded in 1988 and exists to promote and encourage family history, local history, and genealogy.

Hornsey Historical Society
Union Church Hall
Weston Park, London N8 9PX
Telephone: 020 8348 8429
Email: hornseyhistoricalsecretary@gmail.com
Website: Hornsey Historical Society

The Society was originally formed to research, preserve, and promote the history of the parish of Hornsey, and from 1983 included the area covered by the parliamentary constituency of Hornsey and Wood Green.

Islington Archaeology & History Society
Islington Town Hall
Upper St
London N1 2UD UK
Email: andy@islingtonhistory.org.uk
Website: Islington Archaeology & History Society

The Islington Archaeology & History Society is here to investigate, learn, and celebrate the heritage that is left to us.

Pinner Local History Society
Pinner Village Hall
Chapel Ln
Pinner, London HA5 1AA UK
Telephone: 0208 424 8445
Email: enquiries@pinnerlhs.org.uk
Website: Pinner Local History Society

Ruislip Northwood & Eastcote Local History Society
St Martin's Church Hall
High Street
Ruislip
Hillingdon, London HA4 8DG UK
Telephone: 01895 673299
Email: toms.susan@googlemail.com
Website: Ruislip Northwood & Eastcote Local History Society

We aim to promote the conservation of Ruislip's heritage and to bring the history of this area to life.

West Middlesex Family History Society
Montague Hall
Montague Road
Hounslow, London TW3 1LD UK
Email: secretary@west-middlesex-fhs.org.uk
Website: West Middlesex Family History Society

The principal objectives of the West Middlesex Family History Society are to promote the study of all aspects of family history and allied subjects; to encourage the practice of, and distribution of information on, family history and related subjects, by means of lectures on relevant topics; and to preserve and promote access to records and any other sources of material by transcription, indexing, and publication.

Surrey Society[edit | edit source]

East Surrey Family History Society
Croydon
East Croydon United Reformed Church
Addiscombe Grove
Croydon, London CR0 5LP UK
Lingfield
Lingfield & Dormansland Community Centre
High St
Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6AB UK
Richmond
Vestry House
21 Paradise Road
Richmond-upon-Thames, London TW9 1SA UK
Southwark
Southwark Local History Library
211 Borough High Street
Southwark, London SE1 1JA UK
Sutton
St Nicholas's Church Hall
Robin Hood Lane
Sutton, London SM1 2RG UK

Email: secretary01@eastsurreyfhs.org.uk
Website: East Surrey Family History Society

For the past forty years the East Surrey Family History Society has been helping members trace their family history whether they have family connections to the East Surrey area or enjoy attending events connected with family, social, or local history.