The Rix Family Alliance was formed in 1979 by the mutual agreement of four families. 

The object is to promote and maintain an interest  in the history of the Rix families through research, discussion and friendly co-operation.  

The search for ancestors is an interesting, educational and worthwhile persuit and it is hoped that anyone interested will share their family history with the Rix Alliance. The aim is now to bring family trees together where we can. One avenue where this is working well is through  the DNA project which is run by Trevor Rix.

When the Rix Alliance started a quarterly journal was produced until 1990,  reducing to  a twice yearly  copy until 2011.

Back issues are available in PDF.  They do  provide a rich source of research  that  was completed over the years  by many  members.

Some copies are also available to  read on the website.  


Welcome to the Rix Family History Society 


The Rix Alliance Open Day will be held on 

 

Saturday 3rd June 2017

from 10am until 5pm 

at

Action for the Blind People, Suite 3 Cringleford Business Centre, Intwood Road, Cringleford, Norwich NR46AU

Everyone is welcome and we would love for you  to  come along and share your family  history 

There is ample parking, wifi & refreshments  

Please contact  either Sheelagh Rix on 07780 986053 or Sue Simpson on 01953 454404 or via email at: sueanddave.simpson@btinternet.com if you  are interested in coming along. 

 

 


 

Research is very interesting and we learn a lot about our ancestors and how they lived. There is now a  page to share your story of where your ancestors started; where they moved to; how you got started with your research; how your research unfolded into a historical story.

If you find you don't have time to do the story please let us know if you have Rix ancestors, and who they were, so that we may add their details to our database.



Check out the  updates on the DNA project page  by  Trevor Rix.

 

Rix Ricks Rex Y-DNA Study

 

GOONS   Member of Guild of One-Name Studies

FFHS  Member of the Federation of Family History Societies

FFHS: Really useful information leaflet 2016