FHF Really Useful Family History Show

The Family History Federation (FHF) is providing the popular Really Useful Family History Show as an online event this year and it will be held on Saturday 10 April from 11.00am to 19.00pm.

There are a great line up of speakers on a range of subject and I will be delivering a talk entitled ‘Using Irish Wills and Testamentary Records’.

Tickets cost £10 and you will be able to access the talks for seven days.

You can find more information and get your ticket here:

https://www.fhf-reallyuseful.com/

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