About us

All meetings are held at the Society of Genealogists (SoG), Charterhouse Buildings, London, EC1 on the Saturdays shown below. Doors open 2.15pm, meeting starts at 2.30pm (unless otherwise shown).

You are welcome to visit and use the facilities on offer at the SoG. Non-members of the SoG can use their extensive library and research facilities for a fee (See the SoG website for details). Then, to make a useful day, join us for our branch meeting. Non-members are welcome.

Please join us after for refreshments and a chance to speak to others who share this fantastic pastime!

How to find us

Members’ Meeting

June
Saturday
18
Sat, 18. June 2022, 14:30 h
An opportunity for members to talk about finds, researches, and other subjects of interest to us all.

Karen Adams on Maps of Ea…

September
Saturday
24
Sat, 24. September 2022, 14:30 h
Karen Adams on Maps of East Yorkshire, and with some information for  Lincolnshire. This talk takes a look at some of the cartographers who were producing maps of the area from the medieval times to the present day.

Dr Judith Hill on The Vic…

November
Saturday
19
Sat, 19. November 2022, 14:30 h
Dr Judith Hill on The Victorian Pharmacy - Kill or Cure.  This will be of great interest through the exploration of the development of provisions in health care when illnesses were managed rather than cured.  

Branch Contacts

Email contact    Jeff Royce    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Your London Branch Committee are

Chairman: Jeff Royce
Treasurer: Anthony Wilson
Secretary: Vacancy
Programme Secretary Richard Brown
Membership Secretary Susan Porrett
Committee Member Jenny Cook

As always, the branch committee will strive to find a varied and interesting programme for the London Branch members and guests. Any ideas for future talks and field trips are welcome. Please have a natter with Richard Brown if you would like some topic to be covered in the future. Zoom meetings have some benefits, and have opened up opportunities for some new ways of arranging a programme of visits and talks. If the membership likes the idea of visiting remote archives and places of Lincolnshire interest, or inviting speakers based in Lincolnshire or counties far from London please let us know and we will endeavour to set up a Zoom meeting to accommodate this. Finally, we hope that you keep safe and well during these difficult times. May we look forward to when things will return to the new normal.