Ancestors in Print Webinar Series Summary Posted 23 February 2021 by Robert William Sterry Whether or not you watched the recent seminar series Ancestors in Print, you might want to watch the recordings. There was so much information to take in, and so many name rich websites and sources, that it will be well worth taking your time to go through them at your own pace. Alongside a myriad of newspapers from around the world, we were guided through a selection of directories, poll books and assorted ‘throwaway’ paper items such as programmes and flyers. Our ancestors from all walks of life can be found on the printed page, enabling us to discover new aspects of their lives and enrich their stories. Huge thanks from SemSub to our four speakers – Else Churchill, Genealogist, Society of Genealogists; Aoife O’Connor, Head of Project and Programme Management at FindMyPast and the British Newspaper Archive; Julie Anne Lambert, Librarian of the John Johnson Collection, Bodleian Library, Oxford and Michelle Patient, Genealogist and one of the DNA consultants for the Australian SBS TV series Every Family has a Secret. We really appreciate such generous support from the family history community, both Guild members and others. Information about upcoming events will be available shortly.