farnley stonesAn enquiry has been received, via the Website in relation to the Headstones at Farnley, All Saints Church, from Roger Gill:

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New Website for Family History Group

The Wharfedale Family History Group has just launched its revamped website.  Designed by member Stephen Miller the site now gives the searcher far more options in finding out more about their ancestors.  For example, it includes a vast database of well over one hundred War Memorials and Rolls of Honour. 

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A message to all our eJournal subscribers. The journal has now been uploaded to the website and is available for download from the Members Area.

 This issue includes:

Regular Features: - (Regular features Programme & Family History Fairs and Events New members & change of addresses)

Articles: - (Programme for 2017, One Thing Leads to Another, The Mystery of D Joy, The Stephensons of Weston, Roll of Honour - Fewston Church records (cont’d), Dedication to Duty, 19th Century Timeline, Otley Cemetery Burial Registers Project, WFHG Research Evening, 200 years of Settle Zion Independent Chapel, War Memorials Project, Meeting report—My auntie was an evacuation train marshal, Jane Robinson—Author & Speaker, The Second World War Experience, Kettlewell Village Census 1851, The New WFHG Website, Member’s queries, Member’s interests)


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The Wharfedale Family History Group are commencing a new project and looking for volunteers to assist. We are transcribing the burial registers for Otley Municipal Cemetery. The burials are contained in 11 registers, which cover approximately 18,000 entries from 1st April 1862 to 17th January 1992.

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