The National Archives
First World War: Caribbean Family History Day


Learn how to research your First World War Caribbean ancestors. With research clinics where you can ask experts anything from tracing a soldier to caring for your family records, and opportunities to tour The National Archives research rooms and attend a screening of our documentary Mutiny.

Saturday 28th November – Free event 10.30am to 4pm

The itinerary for the day is:
10:30-10:40 – Welcome and introduction to the day
10:40-11:30 – Research Clinics and tea/coffee (included)
11:30-12:30 – Caribbean participants in the First World War talk and Q&A
12:30-14:00 – Research Clinics and Lunch (not included)
14:00-15:00 – ‘Mutiny’ short film screening plus Q&A with Tony T, Mutiny writer and researcher
15:00-16:00 – Panel/open discussion

Mini tours of the research and enquiry rooms will be held throughout the day.

The restaurant and cafe is open all day providing a wide range of hot and cold food option. Also, please feel free to bring your own lunch and use the restaurant seating to enjoy it. Tea and coffee is included in the event ticket.

Date: 28th November

Venue: The National Archives, Kew, London

Tickets From: The National Archives/Eventbrite

Time: 10.30am to 4pm