caribbean family history

June Research meeting

Thank you to those who attended our research meeting on Saturday . Please note our June research meeting will take place on the last Saturday of the month as usual, Saturday 29th June at 2.00pm (BST). More details of content to follow. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Our Windrush Exhibition at NTCG Kingshurst, Solihull

In Celebration of Windrush, the Caribbean Family History Group are exhibiting at NTCG, Gilson Way, (Shenton Walk), Kingshurst, Solihull B37 6BE from 16th to 30th June with a Church service on 23rd June. More details will follow. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Next Research Meeting – Dates for your diary

It was agreed at the Group AGM today that the next research meeting of the Caribbean Family History Group will be on Saturday 1st June and not 25th May . The June research meeting will take place as normal on Saturday 29th June. Both meetings will commence at 2.00pm (BST)as usual. More details of meeting …

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Barbados sub group meeting

Our Members who are researching Barbados ancestry are meeting for research on Sunday 17th March at 17.00hrs (GMT). If you are a member and would like to join us at this Zoom meeting and have not received a log in, please email us. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

News for Caribbean Family History Group Jamaica researchers

The Jamaican researchers of the Caribbean Family History Group have requested an additional sub research group, focusing on the island of Jamaica. If there is enough interest the CFHG are prepared to facilitate this. A proposed day would be on a Saturday afternoon between 3.00 to 4.30pm UK GMT, to allow for members overseas to …

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