This section lists county associations from Huntingdonshire to Kent providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Mrs Caroline Kesseler
Founded in 1985, Huntingdonshire Family History Society was formed with the purpose of helping people to find out more about their genealogy.
Huntingdonshire became part of a larger Cambridgeshire due to the county reorganisation in 1974. Information about the parishes of Huntingdonshire is available on the site.
They have a number of publications available for sale, which include:
Isle of Wight FHS:
Mrs D J Hayter
1 Winchester Close
Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight Family History Society was formed to help people who wish to search for their ancestors.
People who live on the island, but whose relatives came from elsewhere, are also welcome as members.
They have numerous databases on the site, which incorporate
They also have a resource centre where many archives are available, including:
Folkestone and District FHS:
Mrs Janet Powell
The association was founded in 1976.
Folkestone and District Genealogical Society promotes and encourages the study of genealogy.
The association offers help and guidance to members who have ancestors from the area, but also offers help to those who have ancestors from other places.
You do not have to be an experienced genealogist in order to join the association.
For more details of parishes covered by the group, please visit their site.
They also have a resource centre, where numerous archives are accessible, which include:
In addition, they have some publications for sale, which incorporate:
Mr David Wood
32 Laburnham Lane
Kent Family History Society was founded in 1974 and has a membership of approximately 3200 Worldwide. One of their aims is to help members research their genealogy.
They hold meetings in Ashford, Canterbury, Deal, Maidstone, Medway (Strood) and Thanet (Birchington). The association has a branch in New Zealand and also has an on-line 'Global Branch'.
They have numerous publications for sale:
They also have a research library and have many archives available, which incorporate:
North West Kent FHS:
Ms Stella Eames
12 Spring Gardens
Founded in 1978, the North West Kent Family History Society aids and encourages the study of genealogy, specifically in the areas of South East London and North West Kent. It currently has around 1400 members.
They have some databases on the site, which include:
Some publications are available for sale, which include:
Tunbridge Wells FHS:
The society ceased operation on 31st December 2016 and the area covered by TWFHS will now be covered by North West Kent FHS.Website:
Woolwich and District FHS:
121 Crofton Road
The parishes of Greenwich, Woolwich, Charlton, Plumstead, Eltham, Welling, Bexleyheath and Crayford are covered by Woolwich and District Genealogical Society.Website: