11th December 2015
CANTERBURY BRANCH ~ KENT FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
KFHS was founded in Canterbury on June 28, 1974 more...
Canterbury is the nearest branch of Kent Family History Society for those living in Faversham, Fordwich, Herne Bay, Whitstable, The Blean, the Elham Valley and, of course, the City of Canterbury. A warm welcome is extended to all and unless stated to the contrary we meet monthly on the 2nd Friday (except January and July) at St Andrew's United Reformed Church Canterbury Map and Directions. Doors open from 6:45pm for 7:30pm start. More.
Kent Family History Society is the oldest and largest family history society in the county and now has six branches holding regular meetings in Kent and the Global branch where Members worldwide may 'meet' electronically. Annual Membership, which is not exclusive to one branch, starts from as little as £9 per annum. KFHS Membership fees
Local Help - Branch Members are on hand to help at Canterbury Cathedral Archives, monthly, on the first Saturday morning. You can contact Canterbury Cathedral Archives to book an appointment.. You will also need a CARN Readers card details of what to bring to obtain one are on the Archives website.
We are also happy for you to contact the branch for help and free advice about our area. We may undertake research of a limited nature letting you know any likely expenses we may incur (such as photocopying) before starting.
For more involved help please go to our list of: Professional Researchers
Next Family History HELPDESK
Saturday 5th December 2015
Need help getting started?
Members of KFHS will be at Canterbury Cathedral Archives, monthly on the first Saturday. (Not bank holiday weekends)
Book in as usual with the Archives.
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Page updated: 23 November 2015