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LOCAL FAMILY HISTORY DAY

29 SEPTEMBER 2012


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Carrying on from our success of last year, the theme of local family history was repeated again this year, with probably even more success. Chris Lloyds from the Northern Echo opened the event with a very witty and relevant speech about the area, the history club and family history. His article the preceding Saturday was excellent and no doubt inspired the large number of visitors that attended the event.

Connie etcWin and Terry

There are some super photographs on the Hartlepool Mail website using the following link: here

Our photographer was Pauline Carr for the inside shots and our web manager, Graham Robinson for the shots of classic cars.

Austin Vintage CarVintage Truck

The family trees of notable local families researched and exhibited by the History Club created lots of interest. They were local shop-keepers Galleys and Vincent, Local VC’s Thomas Kenny and John Scott Youll, Local Councillor Teddy Cain, Local Ice Cream Shop Proprietor Angelo Baldasera and Local Head Teacher Miss Alderslade – all of these trees are available to purchase – please contact The History Club.

 


Other Past Projects

2015 Projects - See details of the 2015 Local Family History Day
2014 Projects - See details of the 2014 Local Family History Day and WW 1 project details
2013 Projects - See details of the 2013 Local Family History Day
2012 Projects - See details of the 2012 Local Family History Day
2011 Projects - See details of the 2011 Local Family History Day
2010 Projects - See details of the 2010 Local History Day and Book Launch
2009 Projects - See details of the 2009 Local History Day and Book Launch
2008 Projects - See details of the 2008 Local History Day and Book Launch
2007 Projects - See details of the 2007 Local History Day and Book Launch
2006 Projects - See details of the Wheatley Hill Burial Index
2006 Projects - See details of the 2006 Local History Day and Book Launch
2005 Projects - See details of the 2005 Local History Day and Book Launch