|If you can't get to any of our meetings, remember that we do have stands at a number of other events. Watch the list of such events on our front page. You can also visit us at our Open Day.|
meetings Fourth Monday of most months
Computer meetings First Monday of alternate months
|Most meetings take place in the Exeter Hall in Oxford Road,Kidlington, OX5 1AB,
just north of Oxford. Occasionally, bank holidays cause a change to the
usual meeting routine.
General meetings in the main (large) hall start at 20:00 with the bookstall and computer advice available from 19:15 onwards. A sound system is in use in the large hall. There is no 'General' meeting in either August or December.
Computer meetings take place in the side (small) hall and start at 19:30 - these are flagged with an asterisk below.
We also have a page of past meetings - not only can you see what you have missed, in a number of cases we have links to handouts or notes or web pages of links from the meetings.
|22 February||Who were the Hildesleys?||Tony Hadland|
|Benson to Bruern – Recent Victoria County History Discoveries from the Chilterns to Wychwood||Simon Townley|
|4 April *||Burial Grounds – Are They A Dead End?||Alex McGahey|
|25 April||Detained in Britain 1914–1920 – Germanic Internees and POW Camps||Colin Chapman|
|Glovemaking in West Oxfordshire||Carol Anderson|
|6 June *|
|27 June||AGM followed by
GENUKI: the UK & Ireland Genealogical Information Service
|25 July||The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry on the Somme 1916||Stephen Barker|
|1 August *|
|26 September||The Joys and Trials of having non-conformist relatives||Emma Walsh|
|3 October *|
|28 November||Pilgrimage to Plug Street (OFHS fortieth anniversary meeting)||Tony Hadland|
|5 December *|
|23 January||Child labour in nineteenth-century Oxfordshire||Liz Woolley|
|We also have a page of past meetings - not only can you see what you have missed, in a number of cases we have links to handouts or notes or web pages of links from the meetings.|
|Please also note that a group meets on the second Monday of most months in Abingdon under the auspices of the Berkshire FHS. The group's meetings are listed separately. Abingdon was in Berkshire until the 1974 local government reorganisation which moved it into Oxfordshire. Abingdon also has a long-standing (but heavily disputed!) claim to be the county town of Berkshire, it still has a "County Hall".|
For the "bigger picture" of Family History events around the UK (and some beyond) look at the GENUKI diary page GENEVA.
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