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Dorset Family History Society
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Established 1988
Contact Info
Address The Treetops Research Centre, Suite 5, Stanley House, 3, Fleets Lane, Poole, Dorset BH15 3AJ
Telephone 01202 785623
Website [www.dorsetfhs.org.uk www.dorsetfhs.org.uk]
Society Officers
President Ian Andrews
Vice-President June Clist
Brian Galpin
Affiliations Federation of Family History Societies
Last updated: Mar 29, 2015

The Dorset Family History Society is for those who are interested in tracing their family history, whether they are beginners or experts.

The society can provide research support and facilities for people in the UK or overseas with family interests in Dorset, as well as those who live in Dorset but whose families may have lived in other counties or countries. It is a member of the Federation of Family History Societies. [1]

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Benefits

What are the benefits for becoming a member of the society?[2]
  • 11 meetings each year (not August) at Upper Parkstone, near Poole, Dorset
  • Computer Group - meets monthly (not January or August) at Treetops Research Centre
  • Quarterly Journal (posted on the 1st working day of December, March, June & September). New Members receive the Journals published since the beginning of their membership year
  • Dorset Family History information - some booklets, CDs and fiche are for sale, other records can be searched on your behalf for a fee
  • Research advice available at meetings and our Treetops Research Centre
  • Personal research can be carried out at our Treetops Research Centre (+ 1 to 1 assistance available if needed). Not restricted to Dorset records
  • Sales table - available at meetings and by post
  • Lending library
  • Exchange journals from many other Family History Societies available on loan (personal visitors to Treetops only)
  • Coach trips to London Record Offices and, as occasion demands, to other Family History venues
  • Reduced fees for meetings, use of Treetops Research Centre, Education courses and workshops, coach trips and search services
  • 2 Mailing Lists - details of how to subscribe can be found in the centre pages of the Journal.
What are the benefits the society has to offer for those who are not members?
  • Attend a half day or one day workshop; or a two day course led by Jane Ferentzi-Sheppard one of Britain's leading family history tutors

History of the society

Society Projects

Current Projects

FamilySearch Wiki Projects

Past Projects

Publications

Newsletters

Collections

Events

Society Meetings

Workshops

Board Meetings

Training Meetings

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are the directions to the society?
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Q. What hours is the society is open?
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References

  1. Homepage, Dorset Family History Society website
  2. Membership Benefits, Dorset Family History Society website

 

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