Pendrill Family History Society: About the Society

About the Pendrill Family History Society



The Society was formed in 1982 by a few enthusiasts bearing the name Pendrill or its derivatives, or who have descended through the female line. The Society is dedicated to researching family trees, and to establishing our lineage back to the five brothers who lived and worked at Boscobel House in Shropshire, and concealed King Charles II after his defeat at the battle of Worcester in 1651.

The Society now has about 100 members living in many parts of the world: England, Scotland, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Under the direction of our Acting Research Coordinator, 16 years of research has revealed much to help us build up our family trees, although some lines are still incomplete. All known Pendrills have now been recorded, and this year we have transferred our entire family tree information to computer disc, which is available to members. It will be updated as new information comes to light. Discs can be obtained from:

Acting Research Coordinator

Mr David Pendrill
"Ty Newydd"
Aberedw
Near Builth Wells
Powys LD2 3UR
Telephone 01982 560296

For new members we offer a compilation of back numbers of the Society's magazine covering a number of years. These can be purchased from:

Mrs M.E. Grieve
12 Greenwood Close
Well Road
Moffat
Dumfriesshire DG10 9BF
Telephone 01683 220565

The officers of the Society - the Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and Research Coordinator - are elected at the Annual General Meeting held in May. They are all honorary appointments.

The annual subscription payable on joining is 6.50 for UK members and 7.50 for those overseas.


Chairman:

Roger N. Pendrill
14 Rosemount Gardens
Ackleton
Wolverhampton WV6 7JN
email: [email protected]


Secretary:

Judy Pendrill
14 Rosemount Gardens
Ackleton
Wolverhampton WV6 7JN


Treasurer:

Anne Higgins
46 Weirdale Avenue
Whetstone
London N20 OAJ
Telephone: 020 83684570
email: [email protected]

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