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    I was born at Brocket Hall in Hertfordshire, does anyone know if there is a Family History Society or similar for there?

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    GenUKI is the first place to look for the answer to so many questions

    https://joinermarriageindex.co.uk/pjoiner/genuki/HRT/

    Would Brocket Hall have been in the parish of Hatfield?

    Was there anything in particular you were looking for that we might be able to help with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Goodey View Post
    GenUKI is the first place to look for the answer to so many questions

    https://joinermarriageindex.co.uk/pjoiner/genuki/HRT/

    Would Brocket Hall have been in the parish of Hatfield?

    Was there anything in particular you were looking for that we might be able to help with?
    Yes, Brocket Hall is in the parish of Hatfield. Nothing really in particular. I suppose I was wondering if any Brocket Babies were on this site.

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    Hi Annie, are you familiar with the Lemsford Family History Group?

    https://www.lemsfordhistory.co.uk/index.html

    They seem to have strong links to the Brocket Babies group.

    Peter

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    Hi Annie and a very warm welcome to Brit Gen...

    This is the organisation you need: https://www.brocketbabies.org.uk/index.htm. Lots and lots of information; the site is run by a husband-and-wife team - she is a Brocket Baby. They already have contact with well over 8000 BBs worldwide, so I'm sure you will find the contacts you need.

    Let us know how you get on.

    Owl
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    Quote Originally Posted by elsinore View Post
    Hi Annie, are you familiar with the Lemsford Family History Group?

    https://www.lemsfordhistory.co.uk/index.html

    They seem to have strong links to the Brocket Babies group.

    Peter
    I've never heard of this group,thank you very much for the help xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewideeyedowl View Post
    Hi Annie and a very warm welcome to Brit Gen...

    This is the organisation you need: https://www.brocketbabies.org.uk/index.htm. Lots and lots of information; the site is run by a husband-and-wife team - she is a Brocket Baby. They already have contact with well over 8000 BBs worldwide, so I'm sure you will find the contacts you need.

    Let us know how you get on.

    Owl
    Thank you Owl, I'll do that, thanks for the helpful information xx

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