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FAMILY HISTORY NEWS

Karen Clare reports on the latest genealogy news. Send us your stories by emailing them to editorial@family-tree.co.uk or post to our Facebook page at facebook.com/familytreemaguk

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Migration day 20th anniversary

Twenty years after the hugely successful Dorset and the New World seminar was held in Lyme Regis in 1998, the West Dorset Group of the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society (SDFHS) is holding a migration day on 9 June to celebrate the anniversary.

The special Historic Migration from the West Country – A Study Revisited 20 Years On day is a chance for migration researchers to get together and exchange ideas. Guest speakers are Janet Few and Lucille Campey, local researchers’ presentations on various aspects of West Country migration from Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.

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