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The Orlando One-Name Study at Geneabloggers!

I was interviewed about the Orlando One-Name Study by fellow +Guild of One-Name Studies member +Tessa Keough for the “May I Introduce you to…..” series. You can read the post over at Geneabloggers Advertisements

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Motivational Monday – Medical Genealogy

For those of you who read the digital genealogy magazine, “The In-Depth Genealogist” you may recall that I have written twice in the last year about medical genealogy[1], [2]. This last week I have needed to look back at my … Continue reading

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Collections – Summary

Created by Julie Goucher, Jan 2015 using Wordle Last week I shared a few posts about collections. Those posts had actually been written with a specific organisation in mind, and I broke those posts down and shared them here. I … Continue reading

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Motivational Monday – TGP 35 – DearMYRTLE

Created by Julie Goucher using Wordle Jan 2015 Usually I manage to listen and follow the TGP podcast series hosted by +Marian Pierre-Louis. Last week was no exception and I sat on a pretty grim and miserable Monday morning and listened … Continue reading

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Web Wednesday – Collection Software

Created by Julie Goucher using Wordle Jan 2015 Over the last couple of days I have talked about Understanding a Collection and Recognising a Collection. Whilst using Excel or Google sheets is a really good option for recording the items … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – Recognise a Collection

Created by Julie Goucher Jan 2015 using Wordle Following on from yesterday when I talked about Understanding a Collection. I ended that post with the question of do you have a collection? I expect you do, and I suspect more than … Continue reading

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Motivational Monday – Understanding a Collection

Created by Julie Goucher  Jan 2015 using Wordle There comes a point when you have collected enough of your chosen entity that you have a collection and at some point there are decisions to be made about it. According to … Continue reading

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Web Wednesday – Prudential Insurance

A few weeks ago I was looking on the Prudential Insurance website for a contact address when I came across an interesting find. created by Julie Goucher Jan 2015 using Wordle The Prudential PLC, one of the leading Insurance providers … Continue reading

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Alex Haley – Genealogy Hero or Heel?

image courtesy ofhttp://www.alexhaleymuseum.org/biography/ Yesterday, Thomas who writes Geneabloggers wrote a post with the title Genealogy Hero or Heel? in recognition that the author of Roots would have celebrated a birthday, had they been alive. In 1977 I watched with my family the … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip ~ Where Family History and Local History Unite*

Image courtesy of the Project via Facebook I recently spent some time on the newly launched site Lives of the First World War, a joint effort between the Imperial War Museum and FindmyPast. On the day it was announced I … Continue reading

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