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FamilyHistoryWA

Until the current pandemic restrictions are lifted all events for FamilyHistoryWA will be conducted ONLINE. Instructions on how to join an online meeting are here https://tinyurl.com/ya3s4on4.
All our activities are run on Western Australian time, so please adjust accordingly for your location.

Current Events

Past Events

  • Between Tuesday 15 June 2021 and Tuesday 16 November 2021
    Characters of Albany Past presented by Sue Lefroy, Albany Local History Coordinator
  • Between Wednesday 16 June 2021 and Wednesday 17 November 2021
    After the attending the online FHWA Orientation session, this is a face-to-face small group tour of our Research Centre. Our computer research system will be demonstrated. Participants may stay on to do their own research with assistance from FHWA library volunteers.
    FHWA Unit 4 Workshop
  • Between Saturday 19 June 2021 and Saturday 4 December 2021
    Saturday 19 June 2021 11am Mal Parr will present Photos and Postcards of Old London. LSEW SIG meetings will occur quarterly on Saturdays in June, September, December and March. Meetings may be online, face-to-face or mixed mode depending on the situation at the time. This information will be updated as and when it becomes available
    FamilyHistoryWA
  • Between Tuesday 22 June 2021 and Tuesday 27 July 2021
    Refer to the list of events for workshop or presentation topics.
  • Between Tuesday 22 June 2021 and Sunday 28 November 2021
    The meetings of the Legacy User Group in 2021 will occur monthly on alternating Sundays and Tuesdays from January to November. The meetings may be online, face-to-face or mixed mode depending on the situation at the time and this information will be updated as it becomes available.
  • Between Friday 25 June 2021 and Sunday 17 October 2021
    Invite you to the Four Courts Memorial Lunch at J.B.O’Reilly’s, 99 Cambridge St., West Leederville. Friday 25 June 2021 at 12.30.
  • Sunday 27 June 2021
    The 42nd Annual General Meeting of FamilyHistoryWA (operating name of Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc) will be held at the Bayswater Community Centre, 27 King William St, Bayswater WA 6053. If it is a nice day, come along from 12 noon onwards, bring some sandwiches and have a picnic in the park. The formal meeting starts at 2pm.
    Bayswater Community Centre
  • Friday 2 July 2021
    The regular research session of the Scottish SIG of FamilyHistoryWA
    FHWA Unit 6 Workshop
  • Between Wednesday 7 July 2021 and Wednesday 1 December 2021
    Are you writing your family history or don't know where to start? Join this group of family historians who go beyond names and dates to flesh out the stories behind their ancestors. Monthly meetings include presentations and discussions to aid our writing. We have optional writing assignments and in small groups we positively critique our submitted stories. Meetings in 2021 will be a mixture of online and face to face meetings at May Street as note in the session description.
  • Between Saturday 10 July 2021 and Saturday 11 December 2021
    Join us for a fascinating tech topic, get the latest tech news, ask a tech question or just enjoy the tech talk. In 2021, meetings will continue to be online.
  • Between Sunday 11 July 2021 and Sunday 10 October 2021
    FHWA Unit 4, May St, Bayswater WA. Sunday 11th April at 1.30pm. A short sharp AGM followed by a discussion about your research and Bevan will tell us about his pre 1850 convict discoveries.
    Family History WA, Unit 4
  • Wednesday 14 July 2021
    This is a BEGINNERS workshop and is in addition to the normal monthly meetings. We will be covering - how to enter data into FTM from the very basics - name, dates, places - how to add a profile photo - how to add media - how to add a source - how to add parents - how to add children Normal workshop pricing will apply to tickets for this session.
  • Between Saturday 17 July 2021 and Saturday 16 October 2021
    The Enrolled Pensioner Guard Special Interest Group meets three times a year at FamilyHistoryWA and also holds an annual outing to a place of interest.
    FHWA Unit 4 Meeting Room
  • Between Saturday 17 July 2021 and Thursday 19 August 2021
    The monthly meeting of the Perth FTM User Group will move into the next phase of Covid awareness. Some of our meetings will be Face to Face at May Street, others will remain online. Future meetings will include both (watch this space)! PLEASE CHECK THE DESCRIPTION OF EACH SESSION TO DETERMINE IF YOUR MEETING IS AT MAY ST OR ONLINE.
  • Between Saturday 31 July 2021 and Wednesday 10 November 2021
    Learn about our society of family historians. Discover the resources on our website and how these will help your research: this session is for new members, or people considering joining, or members to update. You will receive an email confirming your booking. For ONLINE sessions this email contains the Google Meet invitation code, so on the day click on the code to enter the session, then select JOIN. Remember to book for the follow on “Resources at the Research Centre Tour” at May Street.
    May Street Library Unit 4
  • Between Sunday 1 August 2021 and Sunday 7 November 2021
    Regular quarterly meeting of the European Special Interest Group of Family HistoryWA will resume once the emergency restrictions have been lifted.
    Unit 4
  • Between Saturday 7 August 2021 and Saturday 6 November 2021
    The Master Genealogist Special Interest Group will meet quarterly online on the first Saturday of the month in 2021.
  • Between Saturday 7 August 2021 and Saturday 6 November 2021
    The regular quarterly meeting of the Western Australian Special Interest Group of FamilyHistoryWA
    FHWA Meeting Room
  • Between Sunday 8 August 2021 and Sunday 12 December 2021
    The NoE SIG meet to help others with their family history journey. We specialise in the North of England, all Counties from the Scottish Border down to Rutland and include the Isle of Mann. Meetings of the North of England SIG are held at May Street or online as indicated.
  • Between Thursday 12 August 2021 and Thursday 11 November 2021
    This introductory course will show you how to begin your Family History research. Learn how to access birth, death and marriage records and find related records. Discover other websites that should provide more routes in your family history journey. Find out ways to record your discoveries.
  • Between Sunday 15 August 2021 and Sunday 21 November 2021
    The Scottish Special Interest Group of FamilyHistoryWA holds its meetings quarterly. Make sure you check the notes attached to the session you are booking to determine whether the session is Face-to-Face at May Street or is being held online.
    FamilyHistory
  • Between Saturday 21 August 2021 and Saturday 20 November 2021
    The Eastern Australian Special Interest Group meeting at May Street (unless otherwise advised).
    FHWA Research Centre
  • Between Saturday 21 August 2021 and Saturday 20 November 2021
    The May meeting of the Military Special Interest Group will mark our 5th year of operation. Come along to celebrate, bring your questions and share your successes and frustrations researching your military ancestor. This will also be our 2021 Annual General Meeting. You can attend either in person or online.
  • Between Sunday 22 August 2021 and Sunday 28 November 2021
    The South Australian Special Interest Group of FamilyHistoryWA meets once a quarter to assist people with South Australian ancestry to research their family history. We also plan online sessions on Tuesday mornings in March, May and October.
    FHWA Research centre
  • Between Saturday 28 August 2021 and Saturday 27 November 2021
    The India and South East Asia (ISEA) Special Interest Group of FamilyHistoryWA meets in February, May, August and November. Our aim is to increase our knowledge and understanding of this area and discover information about our ancestors who lived there. In 2021, the group will meeting online until government restrictions and the risk associated with COVID-19 has abated.
  • Between Saturday 28 August 2021 and Saturday 27 November 2021
    The DNA Special Interest Group will meet four times during 2021 following whatever restrictions are in place at the time. Information about 2021 events will be updated as the situation dictates closer to the time.