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What Did They Do? – Sources for Occupations With Mia Bennett

What Did They Do? – Sources for Occupations With Mia Bennett

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  • Wed 3 Aug, 12:00pm – 1:00pm


Whare Wānanga, Central Library, Level 2, 44 Lorne Street, Auckland CBD


All Ages

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  • Free admission to HeritageTalk "What did they do?": $0.00

What did they do? – sources for trades, occupations and professions with Mia Bennett, UK
Sponsored by Ancestry as part of Family History Month

This talk covers a range of sources for your ancestors’ occupations as well as considerations when researching their occupations.

About the speaker:
Mia Bennett is an experienced genealogist who uses DNA to solve family history mysteries. Mia is an Associate of AGRA providing research and consultation services. She gives talks on traditional genealogy and DNA. Mia is an alumni of SLIG and a current student at IHGS.

*Mia is also a speaker at the Auckland Family History Expo, 12-14 August at the Fickling Convention Centre, Three Kings (under Mt Roskill Library).

To attend in person, please book via Eventfinda (any Covid19 restrictions in place at the time will apply).

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