Talk Emily Davison, a family perspective. Tue 3rd March 7.30pm 2020
Emily Davison lost her life after walking in front of the king’s horse on Derby Day 1913. Her previous suffering in the suffragette cause was terrible. Why did she take such extreme actions? What clues might we find in her family life. Margaret Scott will examine all the relevant clues to this amazing lady in this talk, open to all.
Members of the NDFHS, including its Alnwick branch enjoy a range of benefits to help them discover more about their ancestors and hence who they “really are”. This includes access to a wide range of excellent speakers on Family History-related issues and events
All evening meetings are on the FIRST TUESDAY of the month. They begin at 7.15pm with refreshments in Bailiffgate Museum, Alnwick. (speaker begins at 7.30pm). Programme of Speakers
Entry is free to members of the Northumberland and Durham Family History Society www.ndfhs.org.uk .
Non-members are always welcome to attend and there is no fixed charge. They will, however be invited to make a donation of £2.50 towards refreshments and room hire costs .
Free refreshments are included in your entry.
(Booking is not compulsory but bookings do help us plan refreshments etc )