Essex Society for Family History

Family History Federation Member

Registered Charity No 290552

Essex Society for Family History

Family History Federation Member

Registered Charity No 290552

The Society for everyone, young and old,

with an interest in their family history,

especially those with ancestors from Essex.

As well as our website with online shop, we offer

  • Frequent online talks and workshops with live local audiences (COVID permitting)

  • Research Centre within the Essex Record Office at Chelmsford

As a member, you can:

  • Get regular magazines each year

  • Advertise your Surname Interests and edit your own advert at any time

  • Search our database of Parish Register & Gravestone Transcriptions

  • Watch recordings of past talks

  • View archive of our magazines plus exchange journals from other FHS

Come and join us. Become a member, with immediate effect.

BECOME A MEMBER

Latest News Events Calendar Latest Surname Interests

Announcements
Our Society's 50th Anniversary
This year our Society is 50 years old.
We will be holding various events to celebrate this milestone.
Details of the events will be posted here as they become available.
Volunteers Urgently needed for the following ESFH Posts
Post Person to Contact
Assistant Secretary Jean-Marc Bazzoni
Assistant Treasurer Tanya Sewell
Communications Manager & Assistant Andrea Hewitt
Data Controller Assistant John Young
Assistant Editor Jean-Marc Bazzoni
Assistant Membership Secretary Ann Turner
Assistant Monumental Inscription Co-ordinator Yvonne Tunstill
Assistant Programme Co-ordinator Meryl Rawlings
All of the above can be contacted via the Contact us Page.

Office address:-
ESFH, c/o Essex Record Office, Wharf Road, Chelmsford, CM2 6YT

Steeple Bumpstead Moot Hall known as the "Old Schole" was built in 1592 by the inhabitants on land rented from the Crown

Cressing Temple built by the Knights Templar c1137. This photograph is of the Wheat Barn, one of two of the finest Templar built barns in Europe. .

Harwich harbour with St Nicholas Church on the the skyline

Maldon Regatta September 2014

The village duck pond in the pretty village of Writtle near Chelmsford

St John the Baptist Church, Little Maplestead often known as the Round Church because it has a circular Nave. It was built by the Knights Hospitaller c1340.

Ingatestone Hall Gatehouse

Restored Tudor House in the Village of Writtle near Chelmsford

St Osyth Priory Gatehouse. Founded c.1121.

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