The next meeting of the Caribbean Family History Group will be on Saturday 24th September at 1400hrs (BST) via Zoom and will be the first of our three meetings exploring how to find ancestors in the British Caribbean Slavery Period – whether enslaved or enslaver.
The meeting will focus on key documents associated with this British Caribbean Slavery period:
a) Introducing the Records/Information Source.
b) How/Where the record can be found
c) What the record/Information source tells us.
d) How it can be used in our research.
Records to include:
- Slave Registers
- Slave Compensation Website Records (UCL – Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery)
- Church Records – e.g. for baptisms of children and adults especially enslaved adults
- Military Records
- Manumission Records
If you know of any other records that will aid in our research, please let us know in advance or bring them with you on the day
We hope you can join us at our meeting, please email here to register. First time attendees free of charge, thereafter £20 annual membership fee. Membership fees can be paid via the Parish Chest , please click here.