Seminar events English Pre-Census Records *** these presentations will launch at 10.00am [London Time] on Saturday 24th July 2021 *** From the “Ancestors in Print” online seminar we are picking up on some of the suggested topics for future seminars, starting with some recordings from the Guild Knowledge Zone around the theme of “English Pre-Census Records”. These presentations will launch at 10.00am on Saturday 24th July 2021 and will be available for you to view at your leisure. There is no need to register for these presentations so just return and use this link from 24th July Twitter #GuildPre-Census Provisional Programme Dr Sheila Sweetingburgh Canterbury Christ Church University Using Canterbury Civic Records to Uncover the Lives of Late Medieval Townspeople [Catalogues, Collections and ArChives Seminar, Canterbury 2017] Cressida Williams – Canterbury Cathedral Archivist Church Records over the Centuries: the collections of Canterbury Cathedral Archives [Catalogues, Collections and ArChives Seminar, Canterbury 2017] Paul Dryburgh – National Archives Ward 2 Project: Court of Wards and Liveries [Medieval and More Seminar, TNA 2019] Gary Brannan – Borthwick Institute Divine Inspiration: Family History and Archbishops’ Registers [‘National Treasures’ Guild Conference Wakefield 2018] Liz Hart – National Archives Manorial Documents Register [Manorial and Older Records Seminar, Taunton 2015] Guild members don’t forget you can find all sessions from past Guild seminars and conferences, where recorded, accessed from the right of this page. In addition we invite you to view (or review) the 2018 Guild Webinar Series about the Guild and One-Name Studies by clicking here. If you need any further information please email email@example.com or telephone the Guild Help Desk on 0800 011 2182. What viewers said about the recent virtual seminars: Thank you for putting these sessions online I love these webinars – I really value being able to attend from home; thank you so much to all of SemSub for making this possible Good to be able to reach a wider audience on the day of the “seminar” I have found this webinar series varied and most interesting, combining the approaches of genealogists and those more interested in what bulk data can reveal; the series has been very well organised, and for a newer member an excellent introduction to the group and its interests I have enjoyed this series as it has exposed my mind to wider thoughts I enjoyed the fact that I could participate from home; yes, it’s nice to mingle at Guild seminars, but this is SO much more accessible One of the best things about the Guild is their seminars Missed the “meeting other members” element of a seminar Looking forward to the day when we can once again meet in person Missed meeting up with delegates over dinner the evening before an “in person” seminar Other events For details of other events organised by the Guild, go to the Events Calendar.