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DIARY DATES

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From 1 March Courses

Online: Pharos Tutors is running two courses this month as part of its Family History Skills and Strategies Advanced distance learning programme. Beginning 1 March, Helen Osborn presents Advanced Methods and Reports (4 weeks, £62/£76), followed by Peter Christian’s Researching Online for Advanced Genealogists (5 March, 4 weeks, £62/£76). OTher Pharos March courses are: Scottish Research Online with Chris Paton (from 11 March, 5 weeks, £49.99) and Victorian Families – Your Ancestors in The Census with Malcolm Sadler (from 13 March, 5 weeks, £49.99).

https://www.pharostutors.com

1 March Talk

Bedford: Ian Waller’s talk at The March Bedfordshire Family History Society (FHS) meeting is Up with The Lark – Agricultural Labourers.

• 7.15 for 7.30pm. Members free, visitors £1. Drama Hall, Mark RuTherford School, Wentworth Drive MK41 8PX; http://www.bfhs.org.uk

4 & 23 March Day courses

Kent: The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies (IHGS) is running two day courses this month, starting with Heraldry (4 March), which is suitable for beginners and those with some experience. The Professional Approach seminar on 23 March is for those wanting to develop Their hobby into an occupation.

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