This section lists county associations from Essex to Gloucestershire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
East of London FHS:
12 Glencoe Avenue
The Group was formed in 1978 by people who shared an interest in genealogical research, and covers the Eastern area of Greater London.
Mrs Meryl Rawlings
4 Barbrook Way
Essex Family History Society was formed to encourage and promote the study of Genealogy within the county.Website:
Waltham Forest FHS:
Mr Mark Carroll
c/o Waltham Forest Family History Society
The association was established in 1978 to promote and encourage interest in genealogy.
They cater for people who have South West Essex ancestry.
They plan visits to archives and museums and discuss topics at workshops.
In addition, they have a large collection of records and magazines and are involved with the transcription of local records and memorial inscriptions.Website:
2 Friars Close
Community Enterprise Centre
The association was founded in 1980 and encourages the study of genealogy in North East Wales.
The old counties of Flintshire, Denbighshire and parts of Merionethshire were merged together in 1974 and re-named Clwyd. On 31st March 1996, Clwyd was abolished as an administrative county and four new unitary authorities were formed. These were Flintshire, Denbighshire, Wrexham County Borough and Conwy County Borough.Website:
Mrs Jane Jones
c/o Glamorgan Family History Society
44 Hendrecafn Road
Bristol and Avon FHS:
4 Banwell Close
Bristol and Avon Family History Society was formed in 1975, and wants to help promote and encourage the public study of genealogy and any other associated interests.Website:
Address (General Enquiries):
Gloucestershire Family History Society helps people who are conducting research into their ancestors and have a connection with the county.