Welcome back to the latest installment of the Amateur Family History Podcast – and the second part of my chat with Margaret Roberts of the Cheshire Family History Society.
Last time, we talked about what Family History Societies do, how to get involved, and how they can help you to break down your genealogical brick walls.
In this month’s episode, we pick up where we left off, but bounce around a few more genealogical topics, that – hopefully – will make you think of new and different ways to approach your research.
I also share some hints and tips from listeners on how they have managed to make progress – using techniques and resources that I also discuss with Margaret.
I’m also looking for your help on a future episode, where I preview the world of the 1921 census, due for publication in a few months’ time. Details are at the end of this episode.
So, this episode is something of a mixed bag – but I hope you find it interesting and useful.
Thanks again to Margaret for all her insights and knowledge. For more information about the Family History Society of Cheshire please visit https://www.fhsc.org.uk/ and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FHSofCheshire. You can contact Margaret on Twitter here.
Recommended drinks to accompany this episode: A cocktail/mocktail of your choice, to reflect the ‘mixed bag’ nature of this episode.
Recommended biscuits to accompany this episode: Chocolate-covered Malted Milk biscuits. For no other reason than I’ve recently discovered them, and am now addicted.