Ash, U3A Network.
"We are all so glad that you enjoyed your time with us, and for giving your fascinating talk. I need to hear it again as I am sure that I didn't take it all in."
Family History Study Day The Ash Centre, Ash, Surrey - March 2016.
Certificate of Appreciation presented to Lady Teviot by the Rotary Club of Buderim Queensland for a donation of $20 to our club's LifeStraw project in speaking to our club on the 24th of November.
The Rotary of Brisbane Taylor Bridge - thank you Lady Teviot for your Guest Speaking Presentation. We will donate in your name 20 doses of vaccine to the Polio Plus Project.
North West Kent History Society. "Thank you so much for coming to talk to us. You probably gathered from the applause and the number of questions raised, just how much we enjoyed your talk. We were most impressed, as usual, with the amount of research and your depth of knowledge. You certainly put a different slant on the term Baby Farming. I told my husband all about it and he had thought it was somewhere where they ‘farmed’ babies!!!!"
Mrs Barbara Phillips, Dartford Branch Programme Secretary.
Hampshire Genealogical Society
"on behalf of Ringwood HGS thank you very much for your very informative and intersting talk to our group on 19th June.Wills I think are a much underused source so hopefully members will be encouraged to do more research in this area. Thank you again."
Jewish Association of Cultural Societies
"Thank you for your very well researched talk on Kill or Cure yesterday which our members found most interesting."
"Ash U3A Family History Group were pleased to welcome back Lady Teviot for her talk 'Kill or Cure 19th Century Medicine'. The talk incorporated lots of interesting medical facts on how our ancestors may have been treated or in fact meet their demise. These ranged from infant mortality, infections, operations, cholera, immunisation and much more. A truly fascinating, informative talk, that was well presented, we all totally enjoyed it."
Burgess Hill U3A. "Thank you for such an interesting and informative insight into Heir Hunters. Judging by the reaction of the audience during your talk and the subsequent questions it could be seen that you have encouraged us all to look into our family backgrounds." Elizabeth Taylor, Coordinator Burgess Hill.
Kent Family History Society, Thanet
"I have found Lady Teviot an authoritative and entertaining speaker on family history matters." Michael Lucas, Chairman
“Lady Mary Teviot gave Bookham U3A Family History Group a wonderful talk on “Under Used Sources” such as Church Wardens Presentations and Accounts, Manorial Records, Coroners’ Reports, Settlement and Removal Orders, Protestation Oaths, Bastardy Bonds, Rogues and Vagabonds Records and Overseers Reports which certainly broadened the research material available to amateur genealogists.”
West Surrey Family History Society
"On behalf of everyone at the meeting at Leverton Hall, Wrecclesham this is to say how much we all enjoyed the evening." Christine Butler West Surrey FHS.
Sussex Family History Society
"Thank you for your talk to us in Chichester last evening. The talk was very informative and I have had a phone call saying how much it was enjoyed." Roy Winchester, Chairman.
London & South Branch, Lancashire Family History Society and Heraldry Society
"We thoroughly enjoyed your talk – I certainly found it both most informative and amusing. Thank you also for listening to my tale of Thomas Emery – I live in hope of one day coming upon his burial record. I hope we may call upon your services again?" Elizabeth Prior.
Many thanks for coming to the Woking Branch of WSFHS last Thursday evening to give us a talk. I hope you gathered that it was appreciate greatly by all who came and opened many eyes to the possibility of information not available elsewhere. It illustrates that even in this online age there's nothing like going back to primary sources. Many thanks again." John D Beck, West Surrey Family History Society, (Woking).
I have been fortunate enough to attend a number of Lady Teviot’s presentations, a master of her subjects, always with a little humour it has been a great pleasure, please hurry back." John Mugbridge, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.