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The Liddiard Gathering 2019

Do you have any Liddiard, Lidiard or Lydiard (or any other spelling) amongst your ancestors?

We would like you to join us for a family gathering to celebrate the family.

There are lots of activities planned for the weekend, including displays of trees, photographs, talks on the Liddiard family and many other activities.

12th – 14th April 2019

Hosted by the Liddiard Family History Society (our first event) Committee members Karen Rogers, Jacquie Liddiard and Tim Connolly.

Locations

Friday 12th April 2018: Aldbourne Wiltshire

Saturday 13th April 2019: Steam - The Museum of the Great Western Railway, Off Fire Fly Avenue, Kemble Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire SN2 2TA

Sunday 14th April 2019: Coach Tour from Village Hotel Club Swindon. We will be visiting Newbury, Hungerford, Chilton Foliat, Ramsbury Marlborough, Poulton House (to be confirmed) subject to the current owners allowing us access and then finally on to Aldbourne as we will close the weekend in Aldbourne church, then back to Swindon.

Berkshire Family History Society

Berkshire Family History Society

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