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Membership of Caribbean Family History Group

Your first attendance at a meeting of the Caribbean Family History Group is free, thereafter UK£5.00 per meeting so why not join us – our annual membership fee is UK£20.00 What is incuded in your membership: Free attendance at meetings and most talks Assistance with research where possible Sharing of tips. tricks, brainstorming brick walls …

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Windrush Generation

An interesting website for anyone connected to the Windrush generation. In conjunction with the Barbados Museum and Historical Society and University of West Indies, a Virtual Museum of Caribbean Migration has been set up click here for the home page and then go to ‘Exhibition Panels’. The Virtual Museum combines digital exhibits with audience participation …

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Access to Free records on My Heritage

My Heritage are celebrating Spring by giving free access to birth records for a week from 18th to 24th April 2021. Read more about the offer here . My Heritage hold 115 collections of birth records which are an invaluable source of information for family historians. You can access birth records directly here _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Really Useful Family History Show on 10th April 2021

We will again be in attendance at the Really Useful Family History Show to help you with your Caribbean family history queries. Sharon Tomblin will be speaking about Tracing your Female Caribbean Ancestors. The show is a virtual show with numerous speakers and private booths for your to speak to family history groups. Please see …

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Free access to My Heritage

To celebrate St Valentine’s Day, My Heritage are giving free access to marriage records from 10th-16th February! Click on the link for further information; My Heritage . You will need to be fast, limited time only! _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Free Downloads – National Archives

Have you found a link to a plantation in your family research? Did your relative hold a prominent role in council or was he a sailor? The National Archives at Kew holds many documents relating to plantations, government and shipping records in the Caribbean. They are currently offering free downloads of some documents. Will downloads …

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