Ryedale Family History Group’s next meeting is on Wednesday 15 February at 7.30pm, and will be held at The Moorside Club and Bar, Kirkbymoorside. The speaker is Freda Shaw, who will be taking about ‘The Village School’, giving a potted history of how the church was involved in early education, with Sunday Schools providing opportunities […]
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Ryedale Family History Group start off the New Year with an open meeting on Wednesday 18 January at 7.30pm at a new venue, The North Yorks Moors National Park Office, The Old Vicarage on Bondgate, Helmsley YO62 5BP. The theme for the evening is ‘My Most Interesting Family Member’. This could be someone in your […]
On Wednesday October 19th at the RVS, Hungate Community Centre, Pickering starting at 7.30pm.
The next Ryedale Family History Group meeting is offering something a bit different this month, the evening is called, “Research Room Revelations-what happens on Thursdays!” The meeting is on Wednesday 17 August at 7.30pm at The Village Hall, Hovingham, YO62 4LF. There will be various speakers on the night giving an insight into the workings […]
Don’t miss this fascinating exhibition on Saturday August 6th at Hovingham Village Hall.
Takes place on Wednesday 20th July with presentation on the The Middleham Jewel by Dr Kate Giles.
The speaker is Freda Shaw who will be talking about ‘Down on the farm, who do they think they are!’ The talk will cover the history of rare breeds, many being brought over by invaders, returning armies or explorers to Britain.
The next meeting is on Wednesday 20 April at 7.30pm, featuring Ryedale based singer/songwriter David Swann who will be performing ‘A Wagoners Lad’ at the Moorside Club and Bar, Adela Shaw Site, Shaw Drive, Kirkbymoorside, York, YO62 6JE. Freda Shaw, Events Organiser said, We are always pleased to offer something a bit different at our […]
Is the title of the next meeting of Ryedale Family History Group which is on Wednesday 16 March at 7.30pm at Hovingham Village Hall. The speaker is Alison Kay, associate archivist at the National Railway Museum, who has been researching ambulance trains for an exhibition at the museum in York and is a well known […]
Ryedale Family History Group are looking forward to a “reet gud laff” at the next meeting when the speaker will be Adam Collier who will be talking about ‘Tales from the Dales’, on Wednesday 17 February at 7.30 pm at The Village Hall, Main Street, Hovingham, York, YO62 4LF. Adam Collier is very well known […]
The annual member’s evening for Ryedale Family History Group is being held on Wednesday 20 January at 7.30pm at the R.V.S. Hungate Community Centre, 29 Hungate, Pickering, YO17 7DG. The theme of the evening is to bring along something made by or associated with an ancestor and to share the story about it. Peter Braithwaite, […]
Ryedale Family History Group are holding their next meeting on Wednesday 18 November at 7.30pm and it is being held at The Yard, Market Place, Malton YO17 7LP. The speaker is Father Tim Bywater and the title of his talk is ‘Medals awarded to Railwaymen’. Father Tim will be looking at the role of railwaymen […]
‘Shooting Boxes, Divorce and Romance’ is the intriguing title of the talk by Stuart Plant at Ryedale Family History Group’s next meeting on Wednesday 21 October at 7.30 pm at the Royal British Legion Club, Adela Shaw, Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6JE. Shooting Boxes, also known as shooting lodges, are country properties used for providing accommodation to […]
Wednesday 16th September at 7.30pm at The Village Hall, Hovingham, York YO62 4LX Our speakers that night are a threesome talking about The Sheriff Hutton History Archive, Margaret Thompson, Peter Brown and Meg Ashbridge.
Apologies for the short notice but this Wednesday the Ryedale Family History Group have a talk by Ian Hartas which will outline the free sources of online information available if you wish to research indexes relating to births, marriages and deaths. The talk will be held at the RVS Hungate Community Centre, Pickering at 7.30. […]
Tenth Anniversary Cake Cutting Ryedale Family History Group celebrated their tenth anniversary at their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 15 July held at Hovingham Village Hall. The guest speaker was York based historian and author Dr. Pamela Hartshorne who has written three novels based in the present day and Elizabethan York, being inspired by her […]
Dr. Christopher Ridgway, Curator at Castle Howard is the speaker for Ryedale Family History Group’s meeting on Wednesday 17 June at 7.30 at The Yard, 11 Market Place, Malton, YO17 7LP. The talk is called, Castle Howard and the Yorkshire Country House in the Great War and draws on the experiences of Castle Howard and […]
An evening to remember ‘ Arthur Walker’s Great War – a performance by Chris Cade. Wednesday 20th May at 7.00pm at Hovingham Village Hall. All welcome.
Ryedale Family History Group, are pleased to welcome Linda McCarthy of the Charles Dickens (Malton) Society as the guest speaker, at the next meeting which is on Wednesday 15 April at 7 pm for 7.30pm start, at The Royal British Legion Club, Adela Shaw, Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6JE. The topic of the talk is called ‘Spare […]
Robin Lidster, known as the Magic Lantern Man, makes a welcome return as the guest speaker at Ryedale Family History Group’s meeting on Wednesday 18 March at 7pm for 7.30 start, at the RVS Hungate Centre, 29 Hungate, Pickering, YO18 7DG. Robin will be talking about the Scarborough to Pickering railway line, which was known […]
On 19 November 7.00pm for 7.30pm, at Hovingham Village Hall, Main Street, Hovingham YO62 4JZ. Robin Lidster, will be giving an illuminated talk using a magic lantern that is over a 100 years old and featuring original glass slides showing images from the late 1800s, of the coastal areas of Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay and […]
At our meeting this coming Wednesday, the 15th October, our speaker is Linda Turnbull from the North Yorkshire County Record Office. Yes, we have seen Linda before, and we welcome her back with some further insight into the depths of the archives in a talk about Quarter Sessions records. Quarter Sessions records are a really […]