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Orlando – Setting up a One-Name Study

The Orlando One-Name Study has been featured in the October 2017 edition of Family Tree Magazine. The article is on Pages 22 -24 looks at Setting up a One-Name study and focus’ on the Orlando Study and pages 66 -67 Spotlights the … Continue reading

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1939 Register

Well, having waited over a year for +Findmypast to complete the task of digitising the 1939 Register Sunday night was the last sleep before the 1939 Register went live. Instead of getting up early, I went to bed late,very late! I was … Continue reading

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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

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Going In-Depth – May Issue

The May issue is OUT and the Across the Pond column continues with the featured look at occupations, especially those carried out in the City of London. The April issue looks at the Worshipful Company of Butcher’s and can be found on … Continue reading

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Going In-Depth – April Issue

The April issue is OUT and the Across the Pond column continues with the featured look at occupations, especially those carried out in the City of London. The March issue looks at the Worshipful Company of Grocers and can be found on … Continue reading

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A-Z Challenge – Book of Me C is for….Collaboration and Collateral

By coincidence I am back from the Guild of One-Name Studies conference. The theme was Collaboration. Cooperation. Communication. Which sums up nicely researching in the twenty first century. There were various presentations throughout the three day event and I presented … Continue reading

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A-Z Challenge – Book of Me – A is for Analysis

As a family historian it is vital to analysis the information we discover. It is not enough to look at the information once, and that process should be a consistent theme as we research. Just because we read something does … Continue reading

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Guild of One-Name Studies Conference – Sunday Sessions & Close

10.00-11.00  – Tennyson 1&2 Tools & Techniques: Using WordPress for Blogs & Websites – Alec Tritton 11.00-12.00  – Tennyson 1&2 Tools & Techniques: Managing your DNA Project, and Interpreting Results – Maurice Gleeson 12.00-13.00  – Tennyson 1&2 Tools & Techniques: … Continue reading

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Guild of One-Name Studies Conference – Saturday Afternoon Sessions

14.00-15.00  – Tennyson 1 & 2 Tools & Techniques: Webinars – What is Available and How Do I Participate? – Tessa Keough 15.30-16.30  – Tennyson 1 & 2 Tools & Techniques: How to Set Up Facebook Groups, and Research Using … Continue reading

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Guild of One-Name Studies Conference – Saturday AGM & Morning Sessions

09.00-10.30  – Tennyson Suite Welcome and Opening of the Conference by the Guild President, followed by the Annual General Meeting 10.30-11.30 Morning Coffee 11.00-12.00  – Tennyson Suite Keynote Speaker – Laurence Harris Collaboration, Cooperation and Communication 12.00-13.00  – Tennyson Suite … Continue reading

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