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Doncaster and District Family History Society

Map of parishes covered by Doncaster and District Family History SocietyWe hope this website will be of some use to you if you are researching relatives in and around Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England, although the Society's records are not limited to Doncaster.

Map of parishes covered by Doncaster and District Family History Society,  Click here (map displays in a new window).

Important Notice To Members: Change To Membership Renewal Date

Following on from recent discussions, the Executive Committee made the decision that the membership subscription renewal date should be changed from 31st December to 31st March for a number of reasons:-

  • The renewal activity would be taken away from the Christmas period
  • Less likelihood of renewals being lost in the Christmas post
  • Removes pressure from the Membership Secretary, who would be able to undertake the work away from the festive period.

Latest Society CD Release 2015 and Special Offer

The latest CD in the Society's Parish Records Series, cd1115 - Fishlake St Cuthbert Parish Records & more:

  • Baptisms 1561 to 1921
  • Dade Register 1777 to 1812
  • Marriages index 1561 to 1900
  • Burials 1561 to 1922

The CD also includes Fishlake Historical notes, Memorial Inscriptions along with the War Memorial. There are also extracts from three different Trade Directories.

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D&DFHS 34th Annual General Meeting 2016

The 2016 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Doncaster and District Family History Society will take place in the main hall of Doncaster Shool for the Deaf, Leger Way, Doncaster on Wednesday 24 February 2016 at 7.30 pm.
The main business of the meeting will be to receive the Annual Report, to approve the 2015 Accounts and to elect the Honorary Officers for 2016.

Doncaster 1914-1918 At Home, at War

To mark the centenary of the First World War, people across Doncaster or anyone with a local connection, are being encouraged to help build a picture of life in the area between 1914-1918.
A series of events and exhibitions will explore the role of the borough and its people in the conflict, both at home and on the front line.

For more information visit the Doncaster 1914-1918 At Home, at War website.

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