Our new webmaster is now ready to start providing passwords for access to the Members' Area of the site. To obtain your password, members are asked to send a request via the Contact Us page, selecting the subject "Website Enquiries", ensuring to include their membership number. It may take several days to send out a reply, especially if there is a large response. At present, the Members' Area is still under construction and there is not very much to see.
Do you want to trace your Family History, but don’t know how to begin? Tay Valley Family History Society is offering a series of courses during 2012 to help you find your roots.
To reserve your place on the next course (normally Wednesday evenings, 7pm to 9pm for six weeks) or to get further information, please contact us. The course fee is £30, and you can take up an optional discounted Annual Membership at the conclusion of the course for only £15. The dates for the next course will be announced later - watch this space.
Why not come along and learn from the experts!
The Nine Trades of Dundee recently announced the launch of their new web site at an event hosted by the Lord Provost at Dundee City Chambers. They also took the opportunity to promote a new book entitled “The Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee – a Short History”. If you are keen to find out more about the Nine Trades, visit the new web site at www.ninetradesofdundee.co.uk.
Deceased Online has now included all records for the five cemeteries and one crematorium managed by Cheshire West and Chester Council in NW England. Also coming soon on www.deceasedonline.com - the records for another NW England city, plus more Scottish areas. Keep an eye on it!
For previous Snippets, go to News Snippets from our Secretary 2012-02-07