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LSOE SIG  London South England & Wales Forum

We meet every three months, usually on the third Saturday of March, June, September and December, from 11am to 1pm, at WAGS Unit 4/48 May Street, Bayswater.  At each meeting one or two of our members leads a short discussion on a specific topic. As well, we spend time looking at successes, problems and queries. We're a self-help group, aiming to improve our general knowledge about London, the South of England, and all of Wales, as well as solving members' problems. Between 25 and 40 members attend each quarterly meeting.

All WAGS members are welcome to come along to our meetings and join our mailing list. A gold coin donation at the meeting helps to build up funds to purchase additional resources for the library. Maybe we'll see you at one of our meetings soon.


Peter Hamersley            con tel 

Geoff Barber     con tel 

Email:                     SIGS Contacts - Convenors - London and South of England SIG

Next Meeting/s - Have a look at:



Saturday 7 December 2019 - 11am to 1 pm

Brick Wall Session

Mike Murray and Lesley Silvester will help us break down those elusive barriers to finding our ancestors. Bring along the salient details of your brick walls for us to help solve.  To achieve the best outcome, please email your queries beforehand to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  .

Feel free to put forward your challenges - no matter how difficult they may seem.  The more the merrier!

Being the last meeting for the year, please feel free to bring along a share plate to enjoy for lunch.



Saturday 21 September 2019 -  11 am to 1 pm

A Brave Royalist Widow in the English Civil War

In the first meeting for our new committee, Peter Hamersley will give a presentation featuring his 9 times great aunt in the 17thCentury, entitled “Elizabeth Colchester (Hamersley), a brave Royalist widow in the English Civil War”.

There will be plenty of time for discussion of YOUR issues - successes, queries, observations, problems.You can be assured of an attentive and symapthetic audience. They may even be able to help you!

Look forward to seeing you on Saturday morning!


Last Updated on Thursday, 05 December 2019 21:10

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