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Is Your Family Tree Fake News?

Celebrating National Family History Month The community is invited to a relaxed workshop led by Chris Bendle, Family History officer at the Old Courthouse Museum. 10am -11.30am Thursday 31st August.

Above: Is your Family Tree "Fake News" Come along and learn what to look for to keep on your guard Over morning tea, Chris shares her tips for analyzing information, to ensure the people on your family tree really are your relatives. * what to look for on online trees * when to get suspicious about documentary evidence, and *how to distinguish between people of the same name. Internet access available. Numbers are limited, cost is $2 p.h. for catering. Please book or on 4472 1635.

#Community #BatemansBay #History #BBayHistory

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