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An Exhibition of The Royal Family Tree

by Linda Philo

All Saints Church South Wingfield

An exhibition of the Royal Family Tree designed and complied by Grange Genealogy will be held at All Saints Church Hall, Holm Lane, South Wingfield, DE55 7NY on

Saturday 18th September from 10am – 4pm

Sunday 19th September from 12 noon – 4pm.

The exhibition will include the family tree, showing all the family connected to Queen Elizabeth II and Price Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, going back to Queen Victoria. The chart shows all descendants and stretches to just over 8 meters in length. 

There is an accompanying guide book which includes indexes to everyone listed and gives some further details of each person and their immediate family. There will be copies for sale on the day and an opportunity to find out more about exploring your own family tree.

Admission £3 on the door.

All admission fees will be donated to All Saints Church.

Go to: https://www.grangegenealogy.co.uk/all-saints-exhibition/ for more information

Poster advertising the Royal Family Tree Exhibition

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