Saturday Lectures Are to be presented online and/or Live



The 2022-23 monthly lecturesand meetings will take place either at  the Swarthmore Education Centre or another facility (to be advised). Lectures may also take place by Zoom as well as or instead of live meetings.  This web page will be updated as information becomes available.


Please note that these lectures will take place on Saturday mornings on the dates listed and start at 11:00 a.m. unless otherwise indicated.


If meetings are to be held using Zoom please register your intention to join the lecture at  FHS Lectures together with details of your name and YAHS Section (if applicable) at the latest two days before the lecture date. This will enable the organisers to issue your e-invitation/meeting entrance e-ticket in a timely manner. 


Guest Visitors are welcome subject to access limits at the meeting location or on Zoom.


Please note that previous attendees at Saturday morning Zoom lectures will automatically receive an invitation.





Updated 1 July 2022




July and August     Summer Break - No Lectures


September 10th     Life and Death in Leeds's Victorian Slums  - Eleanor Smith  -  Museum Researcher


October 8th           Working Class Lives in Edwardian Harrogate - Paul Jennings - Author


November 12th     How do you know you've got the right person?

                             - Mary Twentymen - Genealogy Problem Solver


December 10th     Writing your Family History - Jackie Depelle - Professional Genealogist





January 14th        Partners in Winning WW2, The Women's' RoleJane Abramson - Amateur Researcher


February 11th      A Meanwood and Woodhouse Childhood (1890's) - Lorraine Harding - Amateur Researcher


March                 To be advised


April                    To be advised


 May                    To be advised     (Members Meeting to follow the Lecture)                                              


June                    To be advised






Family History Fairs




For a full list of Fairs and Events go to http://geneva.weald.org.uk