The printed version of the Journal is now out, but the editor has asked me to point out that the name of the Speaker at the AGM is Joseph Morrow and not Tom Morrow.

I received the electronic version from the printer yesterday evening and was preparing to send it out when I got the message to wait. I have made that change, but I will not send it out as there may be more changes. Another advantage you get by receiving the electronic version, last minute changes can go in, even if the printer sends the hard copy out first. If you are still getting the printed copy, you will be able to see the updated version on the website. I will post an update to this when that happens.

I would also draw the attention of UK taxpayers to the item on Gift Aid Declarations on pages 12 and 13 of the Journal. If you do not wish to cut the form out of the magazine, you can download it from the website – http://www.tayvalleyfhs.org.uk/uploads/soc-docs/Gift_Aid_Declaration.pdf.

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23 June 2016

 

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Tay Valley Family History Society has a new series of online talks for our members. The second is on Researching the Ballad of Bessie Bell and Mary Gray. The talk is given by Evelyn Jardine, on the research she and her husband Ewen did for their article in last October's 'Historian'. Evelyn gives many examples of the resources they used - some familiar, some much less so.The talk is on YouTube and the link  https://youtu.be/yp6kdplwPBk

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