A-Z Challenge 2018 – Writing about your One-Name Studies

a2z-h-smallWhether you write articles, Tweets, Facebook posts or a blog you are writing and publicising your study and fulfilling at least three of the Seven Pillar’s of Wisdom: the Art of One-Name Studies, published by the Guild in 2012. The book is also available from Amazon in Kindle format.

In the last few years I have written more and more about my own studies, and in particular about my Orlando study, Italian research and about the broad genre of surnames and surname research.

Here are a few articles I have written in the last year alone (in reverse order):

You have nothing to loose by writing about your surnames. You may even find a connection to your family or someone else researching the surname. In some cases, including my Orlando study, our One-Name Studies and surname research is bound together with a One-Place Study and perhaps our cultural heritage.

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About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, Pharos Tutor, lover of Books & History, Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, avid note taker and journal writer.
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3 Responses to A-Z Challenge 2018 – Writing about your One-Name Studies

  1. Pingback: A-Z Challenge 2018 – Zeal about Surnames | Anglers Rest

  2. Anne Young says:

    I find writing about my family history focussed my mind and always prompts more research. Having to communicate gives me clarity.
    Fellow A to Z-er


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