Norfolk Family
History Society

Bookstall

The Norfolk Family History Society's Bookshop contains a good selection of books on Norfolk families and history related to the county and other locations in East Anglia. We are able to supply a wide range of titles by publishers specialising in family history and local history and mainly offer those books not generally available in bookshops.

Material available includes our own publications, such as the Society's Norfolk Genealogy series, which provide a unique resource for those seeking to trace their elusive ancestor. Originally published by the Norfolk & Norwich Genealogical Society, these colloquially became known as the 'Blue Books'.

Although called the 'Bookshop', publications include CD-ROMS and maps. The Bookshop also sells secondhand books of interest to the family historian which have been donated to the Society to raise funds.

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Previous Events

These online events have been held and available to Members only.


Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy
A talk by Dr Penny Walters

This talk looks at how the faster pace of internet research has uncovered many new ethical dilemmas, including discovering secrets, lies, bigamy, enslavement, criminals, unexpected DNA relatives, upsetting findings, relatives that aren’t now related, unexpected ethnicities.

View the Talk here.

This Talk will only be available until the end of February 2022


Victorians to Elizabethans
A talk by Janet Few

Tracing our English Ancestors from 1901- 1952. Click the link below for a copy of the leaflet used by Janet during her talk. She has given us permission to make it available to NFHS members.

Victorians to Elizabethans


Escaping Hitler
A talk by Phyllida Scrivens

Following the success of our first zoom talk "Escaping Hitler", local author and speaker Phyllida Scrivens has sent us a YouTube link from which members of NFHS can see and hear the talk by clicking the link below.

Escaping Hitler

Phyllida has also given us a link to a YouTube interview with Joe Stirling who was the subject of the talk. This was recorded in 2016 and tells Joe's story in his own words. This can be accessed at

Interview with Joe Stirling