29 Sep 2020: 'The Aguila Wrens' with particular reference to the Miller family of Aberystwyth
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A talk by Peter G. Williams
This talk will now be held via zoom at 7.30pm on the 29th. For more information please contact our Secretary, Menna on firstname.lastname@example.org.
A reminder that we are holding our meeting at 7.30pm on Tuesday via zoom. To receive the meeting details please contact Menna on email@example.com
Cardiganshire Family History Society
was formed in 1995 to encourage the study of genealogy and family history in Cardiganshire by those having family connections with the county wherever they may live.
The aims of the Society are:
to cater for the needs of those from Wales, the UK, and overseas, researching their Cardiganshire ancestors.
to provide a local focus for those researching their ancestors in other areas.
to encourage and assist complete beginners.
The Society is a member of the Association of Welsh Family History Societies
and the Federation of Family History Societies
Members should have received their June by now, and we hope that you are enjoying reading it. Our thanks to Delyth, our editor, for her hard work in producing it under the present circumstances.
Due to the ongoing situation with the coronavirus it has been decided that all meetings will be postponed until at least September. Keep an eye on our webpage and Facebook for updates.
New MI publications have been published: Bronant Chapel (no. 34); Brynrhiwgaled Chapel, Nr Synod Inn, (no. 59); Bwlchyfadfa Chapel (no. 61); Peniel Chapel, Blaenpennal (no. 62); Dyffryn Chapel & Jezreel Chapel, Goginan (no. 57); Talgarreg Church (no. 63) and Llanddewi Brefi Town Cemetery (42). More to follow soon.
More information available on the Publications page.