This Month's Family and Local History Events

The Society of Genealogy (SOG) run a series of talks, courses, visits and walks throughout the year. You do not have to be a member to attend. Please see their website for further information.http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/events-courses/

The Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies - (IHGS) based in Canterbury run day and weekend courses throughout the year. For more information see their website at www.ihgs.ac.uk

Essex History Group are hosting a talk 'The Women who flew for Hitler' by Clare Mulley. The extraordinary story of two female test pilots who served Nazi Germany, yet ended their lives on opposite sides of history. This will be given on Tuesday 8 January 2019 at 10.30am - 12 noon and again on Tuesday 15 January 2019 at the same times. Both talks will be at the Essex Record, Wharf Road, Chelmsford CM2 6YT
Please book in advance and pay £3.00 at the door. Refreshments included available both before and after the talk.
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The Maldon Society A talk 'Commercial Fishing of the Blackwater' given by David Newman on Thursday 10 January 2019 . Doors open at 7.15pm and the talk starts at 7.45pm at The Cygnet Room. Swan Hotel, Maldon. Donation of £3.00 at the door.
http://www.maldonsoc.org/Society-Talks/

Colchester Recalled Oral History Society Talk 'The Life and Times of a Punch and Judy Man' by Adrian Hutson on Thursday 17 January 2019 at 7pm. Roman Circus House, Roman Circus Walk, Colchester CO2 7BJ
Members £2 and non-members £3. The evening features extracts from their recordings, the talk and refreshments. www.colchesterrecalled.co.uk

Mersea Museum - West Mersea An Illustrated talk ' Aspects of Iron Age and Roman Colchester' by Patrick Denney on Friday 18 January 2019 at 7.30pm. Admission £5 for non-members and £3 for members including refreshments.
Mersea Museum, 12 High Street, West Mersea, Mersea Island CO5 8QD click here for more details

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