Here are some questions you might have….
How do I renew my membership if it has lapsed and I can’t login in to the website anymore?
You can create a new membership with a new username online, or email our web administrator to get your membership extended briefly to allow you to log in and renew your membership, or you can renew using one of the other payment options available.
Can I search the PDF files used on this website?
Yes. When you use our search box, it searches the content of the PDF files as well as the website pages. The relevant PDF files will show in the results, but not the specific lines that match. Press the “Download PDF” button to open the file, then use Ctrl F and enter your search word(s). If it’s a file like the index to our journals and newsletters, which you will likely reuse, then you could save it to a useful location on your computer.
How can I do an exact match search or use Google search operators on this website?
To make our search engine look for an exact match, Put quotation marks around the words in the search box. To use operators like AND, OR and minus, there are several alternatives: see these tips on searching the website.
Can I copy articles and images to Facebook or Ancestry?
You can share our material legitimately by providing a link to our website page, and acknowledging the source of articles correctly.
How can I contribute to the website content or other HAFS publications?
Contributions from members are always welcome. You can participate in the various forums on this website or just leave a reply at the bottom of the various posts on the website.
Do I have to be a direct Hungerford ancestor to join HAFS?
Does each person in my family have to pay a subscription?
No. One annual subscription extends to all persons (who must also acknowledge support of the Aims and Objectives of HAFS) stated by the member to be related to that member by marriage or consanguinity and who all reside at the same residential address of that member. These included members are welcome to attend any of our events as members, however, only the financial member can vote at general meetings or stand for Committee membership.