|29th June 2021|
|3pm - 5pm|
|Online Event Renfrewshire|
|£7 per household|
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The Parish of Kilbarchan comprises a large area of the Old County of Renfrew, centred on the village of Kilbarchan itself. This talk will look at the landscape, and settlements within the parish, genealogical records for the parish and the churches within the parish. This is an ideal change for genealogists to learn a bit more about about the area and some background history.
Code: UH-HT23 Date: Tuesday 29th June Time 3pmpm. Location: Online via Zoom. Zoom invites will be emailed out on the morning of the event. Booking for the Event will close at midnight on the 28th June.
Cost £7.00 per household. By booking a ticket you accept that the Urban Historian cannot provide refunds if you are unable to attend the event as the circumstances are outwith the Urban Historian’s Control. If the event is cancelled by the Urban Historian a refund or opportunity to attend another event will be provided.
Paisley & District U3A's next online talk on 1st July will feature Stewart Houston as he discusses an interesting range of cases from his time served in the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service!