Renfrewshire Family History Society

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Renfrewshire Family History Society was founded in March 1999 and has Charitable status. It exists to promote the study of Family History, based on the County of  Renfrewshire encompassing Abbey Parish, Cathcart, EagleshamErskine, Eastwood, Greenock, Houston & Killellan, Inchinnan, Inverkip, Kilbarchan, Kilmacolm, Lochwinnoch, Mearns, Neilston, Paisley, Port Glasgow and Renfrew.

Latest Update 2nd May 2022 – Meeting Syllabus for Session 2021/2022 and News Page added

All Meeting Details including Zoom links here

Next Meeting 19th May 2022 at 19.30 (BST)

AGM &  talk by Lorraine Murray, Archivist, Watt Institute, Greenock
“The 1820 Greenock Rising”

AGM Information here:
AGM Notice – May 2022
Annual Accounts – Year End 2022
Minutes of AGM – May 2021

 

Paisley’s Fallen in the War 1914-1918 (revised and edited)

A PDF copy of this book may be viewed here.

Research Facilities at Paisley Abbey

Due to the current issues surrounding Coronavirus and the resultant closure of Paisley Abbey we have sadly had to announce the suspension of our facilities at Paisley Abbey.

Updated 27th March 2021

We are now in Paisley Abbey, Cathcart Aisle on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 10am – 11.45am. Both days are manned by RFHS volunteers who will help anyone in their search for family.

Our volunteers at our ‘home’ in the Abbey – are a welcoming bunch!

 

Membership

Membership is available to anyone with an interest in family history in, or relating to Renfrewshire, on payment of the annual subscription. Membership entitlements will include Society newsletters and guidance with Family History Research.

Select Membership for details of how to join our Society

Journals

The Society publishes a Journal twice in the year, which is issued to its members without charge. Articles of interest are published as well as records of meetings. Contributions and ideas are always welcome.

Members may also include their interests which is published in our Journal free of
charge.

Select Journal 11 to view a sample of one of our Journals.

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