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Family history club

Please note: We are hoping to restart the Family History Club later this year. Further details will be posted on this page. 

The Family History Club usually meets on the fourth Monday of each month at Staffordshire Record Office, from 2pm to 3:30pm (unless this coincides with a bank holiday, in which case it is held on the preceding Monday)

Some meetings will be a short talk on a family history resource by a member of Archive Service staff, followed by a question and answer session and then an open discussion or chat time. Other meetings provide opportunities for members to talk about their own research.

All are welcome!

Contact

staffordshire.record.office@staffordshire.gov.uk

Staffordshire Record Office,
Eastgate Street,
Stafford
ST16 2LZ

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