Free National Archives Event

On 19th June Guy Grannum is giving an introduction to the history and primary sources for researching Caribbean migration to the UK. Click on the link below to access the information. Guy Grannum has been writing and speaking about Caribbean Heritage for the last 25 years. Follow the instructions and book your place on …

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Our May virtual meeting

is on Saturday 30th May A virtual meeting join us via zoom book a place by email Check back here for further details of the agenda. We look forward to meeting you! _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Free download from National Archives

The National Archives are offering free downloads of their digital records whilst their Kew site is closed. Click here for details of how to access the records: Start searching the National Archives Discovery catalogue now for details of your ancestor’s in ship’s crews, on passenger lists and you may even find their will! Access …

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Our April Meeting…

We had a very successful and informative meeting of the Caribbean Family History Group on Saturday. Following introductions, we shared Family names/islands that we are researching which resulted in further sharing of information. We then discussed the benefits and pitfalls of using Thrulines on Ancestry DNA. Finally we were shown the use of French websites …

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Are you a member of your local library?

If you are a member of your local library in Solihull, you can log in to their website using your library card and access their services. For the duration of the coronavirus outbreak Ancestry is available for home use, free of charge, with your library card and pin. Please go to the following link:

Covid-19 update

Hi All We are all here to help you during the current Covid-19 lockdown. If you have any queries regarding your research, email us at or join us at our on line meeting next Saturday 25 April at 2.00pm. Details to follow soon.