14 January 2020
Don’t struggle on alone with a family history problem. The team of professional genealogists at AGRA will be on hand at Family Tree Live to help you smash through those research road blocks and see you making great strides forward again with your family history discoveries. Read on to find out how to book your advice session today!
Find solutions to your family history problems at Family Tree Live!
HOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE
Please choose your preferred:
time: (Choose from the list below)
day: Friday 17th April 2020 or Saturday 18th April 2020
subject area: (Choose from the list below. You can just state the subject area, or you can include your question at the time of booking the slot).
Then please email the details for your one-to-one booking to firstname.lastname@example.org
You will receive confirmation of your booking by email.
Alternatively please call 01778395050 (9 to 5 Mon to Fri)
SUBJECT AREAS - What sort of family history help can you get?
The expertise among the team includes a wide range of specialist knowledge. For instance on subject areas such as:
- Birth, marriage and death records
- Deaths (wills etc)
- Military (and or World Wars)
- Local records
- House history
TIME SLOTS – Choose your preferred session time
Friday 17th April
Saturday 18th April
About your booking
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Each session with an AGRA expert is 20 mins long and the service is included in the price of your all-inclusive Family Tree Live day ticket.
Advanced booking for Family Tree Live advice sessions with AGRA will close on Monday 13th April 2020. It will also be possible to book sessions at the show.
This is your chance to get professional family history help from the team of genealogy experts at AGRA.
AGRA - the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives - is a body of professional genealogists that exists to promote high genealogical standards among its members and in the services provided by its members to the public.
To find out more about AGRA, how you might apply to join AGRA, and how to find and employ a professional genealogist to help you with your own family history, please see: https://www.agra.org.uk/
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