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September talks at The National Archives
Our talks in September offer practical advice, juicy stories from the archives and new research ideas.
All events are free of charge and take place in the talks room on the first floor at The National Archives. Each event starts at 14:00 and lasts for approximately one hour. Tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis on the day and cannot be booked in advance.
Scandals in the family - the misdeeds of one family, with fraud, extortion, adultery and more.
Introduction to family history - get started with researching your ancestors.
The National Archives catalogue - how to search it, and understanding the results.
New to Kew?
There are also new daily drop-in sessions to introduce first-time visitors to the range of services available at The National Archives and show you how to make the most of our resources. These free sessions start at 11:30 and last for approximately 30 minutes; pre-booking is not required.
Most talks and lectures will be available as podcasts soon after they have taken place.
For more details of all our events please visit our events page.