Meetings resume in the hall (Baptist Church) from 14th September. The schedule is on the Malvern U3A website.
As virtual Zoom meetings have ended, this page will be gracefully retired, for now. If you want copies of slides, notes etc. from April 2020 to June 2021 sessions, please ask.
These recordings of some of our Zoom sessions have been uploaded to YouTube and are still online.
Researching ancestors’ cities: Liverpool.
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Creating a family history book
Featured software CEWE Creater Software. Gwen’s presentation on 23rd June was recorded for those unable to attend. YouTube links: first part, then click on the video link at the end or direct link for the second part.
All at sea with the Smith family
13th October 2020: From trepidation to learning to love ‘my’ John Smith. Researching common surnames can be fun! Plus finding a maritime family. Recording available on YouTube: Part One (27 minutes) up to the break; Part Two (22 minutes) with research conclusions and 20th century mariners.
11th and 25th August (Gwen/John) looked at the main genealogy websites, further useful sites, processing gedcom (transfer) files, adding colour to black and white images.
- 25th August Part One, 35 minutes. Processing gedcoms, online research guides.
- 25th August Part Two, 32 minutes. Colourisation, Gwen’s selection of useful research sites.
- 11th August Part One, 34 minutes Exploring Ancestry, FamilySearch (up to the break).
- 11th August, Part Two, 31 minutes Findmypast, what are gedcom files?, other top generalist sites (after the break).