The umbrella group for the majority of these local societies is the Federation of Family History Societies.
What does FFHS stand for?
FFHS stands for Federation of Family History Societies
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We have 5 other meanings of FFHS in our Acronym Attic
- Force Fed High Performance (Crestwood, KY)
- Foreign Faculty Hiring Programme
- Foster Family Home Program (California)
- Foundation for Health and Productivity (Troy, MI)
- Full File Hash Proposal
- Flavor and Fragrance High Production Volume Consortia (Washington, DC)
- Fast Food Hamburger Restaurant
- Fatigue, Fracture, and High Rate
- Foam Finger Hat Robot (podcast)
- Force Free Helical Reactor (fusion science)
- Forever Friends Humane Society (Oklahoma)
- Fried Food Holding Station (Merco; Fort Wayne, IN)
- Fuel-Fired Heating Source
- Fast Frequency-Hopping Spread-Spectrum
- Fast Fourier Hankel Transform
- Fast-Frequency-Hopping Training Net (US DoD)
- Flex Fuel Hybrid Vehicle
- Frasier Fir Hand Wash
- Failure to Follow Instructions
- Faith Freedom International
Samples in periodicals archive:
First up is the National Burial Index, originally on cd by the Federation of Family History Societies.
THE Federation of Family History Societies have useful information on their website - www.
Find your nearest by writing to the Federation of Family History Societies, PO Box 2425, Coventry CV5 6YX, or visit www.
The Lord Mayor, Cllr John Gazey, and the Lady Mayoress, also attended the talk as well as guests from Sweden who were joined by the Federation of Family History Societies administrator, Maggie Loughran.
A useful book, "Was Your Grandfather a Railwayman" was published in 2002 by the Federation of Family History Societies.
The Federation of Family History Societies will be at the NEC show fom November 13-16, offering advice on putting together your family tree.
They'd talked to various archive organisations like the Federation of Family History Societies and the Society of Genealogists, but couldn't find a way of translating this into watchable television," he says.