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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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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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Organising Genealogical and Research Papers

Yesterday I took the time to join in a hangout on air with Jill who blogs at Geniaus. The discussion was about organising genealogical research, which was triggered by a blog post written by Sharon who blogs at Gathering Dust … Continue reading

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Video: Thousands of Years of Human Migration in Five Minutes

One of the things I love the most about the internet is the facility to share fascinating material, which opens our eyes to some interesting concepts, and some basic ones at that. Yesterday on the Guild of One-Name Studies mailing … Continue reading

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Talented Tuesday – Guild of One Name Studies Competition

I have been a member of the Guild of One-Name Studies for over 10 years. I joined because I wanted to capture all references to the Italian surname that reflected my Italian ancestry, share resources and methodology with other researchers … Continue reading

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Surname Saturday & Sorting Saturday – Orlando One Name Study

Prompted by a combinations of discussions on the Guild of One Name Studies closed mailing list and the newly created and very popular The Organised Genealogist Facebook Group in addition to tackling a substantial pile of filing I thought I would … Continue reading

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Family Trees

Yesterday over at the Facebook group called The Organised Genealogist there was a discussion about public trees versus private trees. I shared the fact that I have one private tree on Ancestry with no source material. I also host the same … Continue reading

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Postcard Friendship Friday – Swinnerton Society Millennium Banner 2000

Not strictly a postcard, this card was sent to me by an acquaintance knowing of my genealogical interest. I don’t have any interest in this particular surname, but I do admire the skill of those researchers who designed and then … Continue reading

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