Curious about house history?
Interested to learn the details of your ancestors' homes?
The House History Show will take place online on Saturday 15 May from 10am to 4.30pm GMT.
Presented by the leading team of UK House Historians, the full-day show launch on 15 May will be followed by an online house history lecture and presentation series throughout May and June.
Your £45 ticket includes:
• Full access to the 15 May online event
• Entry to the four subsequent lectures
• Exclusive access to all recordings until 10 July 2021
• House History Show goody bag, including PDF guides
The full-day programme (available to download at: www.family-tree.co.uk/how-to-guides/house-history) will include:
• A one-hour Keynote: A House Through Time – which will feature a conversation with historical consultant Deborah Sugg Ryan and research consultant Melanie Backe-Hansen from the popular BBC series A House Through Time.
• ‘Terraced House Tales: New 19th Century Housing and its Occupants’ with Karen Averby
• ‘Stepping Sideways: How to Step Round Brick Walls’ with Gill Blanchard
• ‘Keynote: Sources for House History’ with Dr Nick Barratt, followed by 'In conversation with' Keith Searle
• ‘London: Building Storeys’ with Ellen Leslie
• ‘Don’t Judge a House by its Plaque’ with Cathy Soughton
The following four lectures are also included in your ticket price:
20 May, 6.30pm: Back to the Land: The National Farm Survey, Inland Revenue Survey, Tithe and Enclosure Records
27 May, 6.30 pm: Who's Been Living in My House?
3 June, 6.30 pm: A Virtual View: Online Sources
10 June, 6.30 pm: The Interwar House: From Tenant to Home Owner