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Regular meetings

We hold meetings in Central London on the second Saturday of every other month: February, April, June, August, October and December.


King's Cross Methodist Church
6 Crestfield Street
London WC1H 8BB.

The church is opposite King's Cross Mainline Station.


The nearest Underground / train station is King's Cross St Pancras (Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan and Victoria lines).


The rooms are open from 12.15 and there is space for people to eat lunch before the meeting starts. Tea and coffee are available.

Speakers usually give their talks at 13.30 and 15.30 (except at the AGM in June).


12 October 2019

1.30pm - German Immigration - Sue Gibbons, member and retired librarian at the Society of Genealogists in London

In Sue’s years of working at the SoG she has acquired enormous knowledge of sources on German immigration and about sources for researching your German ancestors.

3.30pm - Tracing my German Ancestors in Hesse and the Black Forest - Julian Pottage, member


14 December 2019

1.30pm - ‘Dear Pastor, I will be arriving at Liverpool Street Station on 11th January…’: The Help Given to Women by Women in the 1930s – Anette Jäger, historian

For several years Anette has been researching the stories of Christian refugees of Jewish descent. This second talk on her research is a compelling follow up to her first talk and focuses on the role of women in bringing refugees to London in the 1930s. A main source for her talk is information in letters found in the archives of St George’s German Lutheran Church in Alie Street in the East End of London.

3.30pm - Queen Victoria Seaman’s Rest, East India Dock Road and the German’s Seaman’s Mission in Tilbury Docks -- Revd Cameron Kirkwood and Revd Mark Moeller, Pastors

This talk about another aspect of life in London’s East End was given at St George’s German Lutheran Church last November and I am delighted to have them give the talk for us.

5.00-8.00pm - Christmas Social

Please contact Nöele Barnfield to book your place.