Anglo-Italian Family History Society

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Welcome to the Anglo Italian Family History Society

If you are interested in Italian genealogy and your ancestors lived in or passed through the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland) after moving from Italy, this site can help you research your family history, as well as learn about the bigger picture of Italian migration to this country.

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Membership of the Society expires on 31st March. Please renew before this date to ensure your membership for a further year. Please also check that your contact details, which can be found in the 'My Account' section of the website after logging in, are up to date. You can also update your research interests in the same section. If you would like to share your interests with other members then ensure that the contact details are set to 'Please share my email address' when renewing. You can renew on this website in the section 'Society – Join or Renew'.



We will be making revisions to our website soon and would welcome views from our members. Please let us know if you have ideas about the content of the website or if there are features that could be included to assist our members to research their Italian ancestors and their migration. You can send your comments to the Chair via the website.


The Experience of Italian Migrants in the
North East of England, during World War II

Presented by:
Dr Simona Palladino.
Saturday, April 17 at 4.00 pm (BST)

Dr. Palladino is a Lecturer in Social Sciences at Liverpool Hope University. Her Doctoral Degree, at Newcastle University, encompassed ethnographic research about older migrants' sense of home, with a thesis entitled: "Place attachment and place identity amongst older Italians in Newcastle upon Tyne".

Her award winning documentary, "Age is Just a Bingo Number" illustrated the experiences of ageing in the context of migration and promoted social aspects of the environment for health and well-being in later life. For more information visit:

Our Webinars are currently only open to Society members so please remember to reserve your place by contacting our Membership Secretary.

A recording of the Webinar may be made available shortly after the event for members who are unable to participate.


February 2021’s edition of our newsletter, Italian Roots, is now available to view or download in the Members’ Area of our website.

Members' Area

Members can also search the 1939 edition of the "Guida Generale degli Italiani in Gran Bretagna" - a directory of Italians compiled under the auspices of the Italian Consular authorities. This has been digitised and added to our database and is a resource not available on any other site. Members can search for a surname and then scroll through the entire book which includes many business adverts, some with photographs.