Anglo Scots Events

Anglo Scottish Featured Event

Three meetings designed to get the most out of researching the Kirk Session Records

A Detailed Look at the Kirk Session Records

5 Feb 2022 Emma Maxwell

Scottish Palaeography Workshop

3 Sep 2022 - Alison Diamond

Our Planned Meetings

Keeping in Touch

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20 November 2021

Kirk Session Records

By Robin Urquhart, online via Zoom

3 December 2021

No December Meeting

Wishing you all a merry Christmas!

15 January 2022

January Quiz and Social

Social Event, venue to be confirmed

The Ordination of Elders in a Scottish Kirk (1891) by John Henry Lorimer [Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons
5 February 2022

Kirk Sessions In Depth

By Emma Maxwell, venue to be confirmed

5 March 2022

Bank Records in Scotland

By Sian Yates, online via Zoom

2 April 2022

AGM and Heirlooms

Social event, venue to be confirmed

7 May 2022

Finding Scots at TNA

By Audrey Collins, TNA, venue to be confirmed

4 June 2022

Finding Scots in Canada

Online via Zoom. Details to follow

2 July 2022

Anglo Scots Summer Visit

In-person visit, Details to follow

3 September 2022

Palaeography Workshop

By Alison Diamond, venue to be confirmed

1 October 2022

Fromelles Project

By Michelle Leonard, online via Zoom

5 November 2022

Special Event

Details to follow!

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The Anglo Scottish Family History Society is a branch of the Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society (MLFHS) based at Manchester Central Library. The ‘Anglo Scots’ branch was formed in 1982 by members whose ancestral origins were in Scotland and their aim was, and remains, the exploration of those ancestral roots and their subsequent links with the Manchester area. That research has widened and we now have members from America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and more. We hold regular meetings to share stories and research, our members have created a large database of Scottish-linked material, and we continue to support and encourage ongoing research into the Scottish diaspora.