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

Saturday 8th June 2019

10.30am - 11.30am

Arena 1 – Janet Few

Get’em young: ideas for involving young people in family history and heritage

Arena 2 – Valmay Young and Beverly Hallam

Researching Ancestors in British India

Arena 3 – Michael Tobias

Researching your Jewish Ancestors

Arena 4 – Jill Ball

Lost Cousins Down Under

11.30am - 12.30pm

Arena 1 – Lisa Louise Cooke

The Power of Video Paired with Genealogy

Arena 2 – Valerie Elkins

How to Organise and Keep Track of Everything

Arena 3 – Michelle Leonard

How to Make the Most of Your Autosomal DNA Test

Arena 4 – Lianne Kruger

Research and Share with Social Media

12.30pm - 1.30pm

Arena 1 – The People’s WDYTYA experience

The People’s WDYTYA experience

Arena 2 – David Ryan

If The Walls Could Talk: Oral History for Genealogy

Arena 3 – Jill Ball, Janet Few and Kirsty Gray

Surname Studies – the why, the how and much more!

Arena 4 – Daniel Smith – Ramos

Carrying out Research in Spain

1.30pm - 2.30pm

Arena 1 – Judy G. Russell

Mr Blackstone’s Common Law

Arena 2 – Gill Blanchard

Tracing the History of Your Home or Where Your Ancestors Lived

Arena 3 – Jonny Perl

Chromosome mapping for absolute beginners

Arena 4 – Yvette Hoitink

Dutch Genealogy 101: Finding your Ancestors from the Netherlands

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Arena 1 – Blaine T. Bettinger

The Future of Genealogy

Arena 2 – Sylvia Valentine

Finding your way around Workhouse Records

Arena 3 – Audrey Collins

Birth, marriage and death records in The National Archives

Arena 4 – Ruth Blair

Canadian Family History Research: From Coast to Coast to Coast

3.30pm - 4.30pm

Arena 1 – Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Finding Henry: The search for the father of an illegitimate wartime child

Arena 2 – Alison Spring

The wonderful world of Scottish birth, death and marriage certificates

Arena 3 – Doreen Hopwood

Where did they come from and where did they go? Migration sources for family historians

Arena 4 – Liv Birgit Christensen

A Tour of Norwegian Genealogy