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Suffolk Family History Society

PUBLISHED: 10:53 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 July 2010

Members at the October meeting of the society were entertained and enlightened by a very interesting talk on Nelsons navy by Peter Cook. Peter's presentation gave a fascinating insight on little known facts surrounding Nelson; Emma Hamilton and the conditions of men and women in the Royal Navy.

Members at the October meeting of the society were entertained and enlightened by a very interesting talk on Nelsons navy by Peter Cook. Peter's presentation gave a fascinating insight on little known facts surrounding Nelson; Emma Hamilton and the conditions of men and women in the Royal Navy. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 3 when June Marriage will give an illustrated talk on war memorials. The society meets every first Tuesday in the month at the United Reformed Church, London Road North, and has a programme of interesting speakers scheduled for the year. Doors are open at 7pm enabling members and non-members to browse the extensive library of CDs, books and publications available. The society meets on the first Tuesday of each month, non-members fee is £1.50. For further information contact the secretary Beryl Capps on 01502 562584 or email bacapps@tiscali.co.uk.


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