We are excited to announce our speakers and lectures for THE Show in 2019!
Tickets are now available….

Friday 7th June 2019

10.30am - 11.30am

Arena 1 – Judy G. Russell

Copyright and Copywrongs: The law for Genealogists

Arena 2 – Audrey Collins

The 1939 Register

Arena 3 – Mike Sharpe

Tracing Your Birmingham Ancestors: Hidden Gems

Arena 4 – Doreen Hopwood

Start as you mean to go on – Family history for beginners

11.30am - 12.30pm

Arena 1 – Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Novelising Intrigues in Genealogy: The Journey and Process of Writing Genealogical Crime Mystery Stories

Arena 2 – Mags Gaulden

Forensic Genealogy and Adoption – Betty Jean’s Story

Arena 3 – Phil Tomaselli

Army Records for the Family Historian – what’s there, what isn’t and why

Arena 4 – John Boeren

How to start your research in the Netherlands

12.30pm - 1.30pm

Arena 1 – Blaine T. Bettinger

Embracing a New Era of Genealogy?

Arena 2 – Alison Spring

‘There shall be a record kept’: Tracing Scottish ancestors before 1855

Arena 3 – Valmay Young and Beverly Hallam

Researching British India Family History for Free Using Online Sources

Arena 4 – Jill Ball

Genealogy blogs for you

1.30pm - 2.30pm

Arena 1 – The People’s WDYTYA experience

The People’s WDYTYA experience

Arena 2 – Valerie Elkins

Top Mistakes that New Genealogists make and How to Avoid Them

Arena 3 – Pat Reynolds

The World of Free UK Genealogy

Arena 4 – Sophie Boudarel

Find your French ancestors

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Arena 1 – Kirsty Gray

The True Life of an Heir Hunter – Interviewed by Jill Ball, DearMYRTLE and Mags Gaulden

Arena 2 – Robert Parker

Starting your family history in the digital age

Arena 3 – Michelle Leonard

The Beginner’s Guide to DNA Testing for Genealogy

Arena 4 – Lianne Kruger

Keeping track of Every Note in Evernote

3.30pm - 4.30pm

Arena 1 – Lisa Louise Cooke

Time Travel with Google Earth

Arena 2 – Aiden Feerick

An introduction to Irish genealogy

Arena 3 – Gill Blanchard

Writing Your Family History

Arena 4 – Anne Morddel

The British Community of northwestern France in the 19th Century