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Seaford Schools, the Famous People of Seaford, seaford Museum.
Good Research Techniques for Beginners and Improvers.I could have listened to you for hours.My Workhouse Ancestor concentrates more on work house life rather than the records.The date when the details were last updated is also shown.You will learn about the Zulu Hole, Pyramids, Stuffed kittens and Toad in the Hole and many more examples of old and new Sussex quirkiness!Notably I am a regular speaker at the Who Do You Think You Are?The Directory is currently maintained by the Administrator and any requests for addition or amendments should be sent by email to with the subject line "Directory of Speakers". I have provided many organisations with talks including Family History Groups, Rotary, Probus, Townswomens Guilds, U3A and church groups.Each speakers personal listing gives their contact details, fee (where known titles of the talks offered and the society or group who recommended the speaker for inclusion in the directory.The ffhs shall not be a party to any contract entered into wo finden Sie registrierten Sexualstraftäter in meiner Nähe between the speaker and the hirer and shall not be liable for any costs, claims, proceedings, expenses or liability howsoever arising from breaches or non performance of that contract.In 2013 I presented at 'Exodus.Hailsham Hellingly Ladies Club, thank you so much for the Lewes Walk.Tailored family history talks for major organisations and local groups and family history societies.
A Military History of Seaford and presentations about the Crypt and St Leonards Parish Church ask for details or any specific subject about the town you would like me to talk about.
The talk focuses on the impact of the war to the people of Sussex, both the hardships suffered and the huge loss of life which all but one Sussex village suffered. .
The village lasted from the 18th Century until the Second World War when it was demolished.
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