David G Fletcher is speaking at the Society of Genealogists’ Centenary Conference Dinner 7 May 2011
Speakers at the Society of Genealogists’ Conference
Breaking the Barriers – Innovative Genealogy in the 20th and 21st Centuries
Royal Overseas League , London . 7 May 2011
David Fletcher’s after dinner talk will be called -
1942 ….. in afternoon went to Soc of Genealogists, cost £3.3.0, a fine place.”
time – Conference Banquet.
A fascinating glimpse into the diarised accounts of genealogical research undertaken by two members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in England, the first in 1889 and the second in the 1940’s.
David George Fletcher BSc(Hons) CEng FIStructE MIFE is a Chartered Structural Engineer by profession and is a Senior Engineer for the National House-building Council [NHBC]. He is a Past-Chairman of the East Midlands Branch of the Institution of Structural Engineers and regularly gives presentations, in-house and to his Branch, on topics associated with structural engineering. In his free time he is an avid amateur genealogist researching personal lines in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire and assisting others with research in Scotland, Wales and England. He has been a member of the Society of Genealogists since 2004. He serves as the Family History Director of the Lincoln Family History and in the bi-monthly Family History Fireside has given presentations on topics such as: “Family Records”, “Parish Registers”, “Family History – getting started and going backward”, and “On-line Family History – how we got our English BMD’s”; these were 60 minutes presentations. He instigated the first “Fletcher Gathering” held in Luton, Beds. in 2009.
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