Monthly Archives: January 2019

Strategy for a Genealogical Project – Research Logs

In an earlier post I talked about strategy, breaking it down into ten segments. Today I am going to write about retaining a research log and the value of it, essentially this is segment five. You can read the strategy series … Continue reading

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Strategy for a Genealogical Project – Focus Elements

In an earlier post I talked about strategy, breaking it down into ten segments. Today I am going to write a about focus elements of a project, essentially this is segment four. You can read the strategy series HERE. In addition … Continue reading

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Strategy for a Genealogical Project – Planning Structure of a Project?

In an earlier post I talked about strategy, breaking it down into ten segments. Today I am going to write a about planning the structure of a project, essentially segment three. You can read the strategy series HERE When I began … Continue reading

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Strategy for a Genealogical Project – Achieving a Project?

In an earlier post I talked about strategy, breaking it down into ten segments. Today I am going to write a  about achieving a project, essentially segment two. You can read about segment one HERE The first point is be realistic … Continue reading

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Strategy for a Genealogical Project – What Project?

In an earlier post I talked about strategy, breaking it down into ten segments. Today I am going to write a  about deciding on a project, essentially segment one. What project?  There can be a whole host of reasons for embarking … Continue reading

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Writing about One-Name Studies

Over the course of the last year I have spent a lot of time writing articles about beginning a One-Name Study and used my own as a living and working example. These articles eventually formed a series, generally aimed at … Continue reading

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Tea for One!

I have always been a huge tea drinker, although a bit of a philistine, nothing fancy or flavoured, but a nice general every day breakfast tea. I sat earlier this week reading a few blogs from fellow tea drinkers. and … Continue reading

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Keeping a Writing Portfolio

Just recently I saw a comment from a fellow genealogist, although I cannot recall who, where they stated that they kept a writing portfolio. Over the years I have kept a list of what has been published, where and when … Continue reading

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Family Tree Live – 26 & 27 April 2019

I can now share with you that I shall be delivering both a workshop and lecture at Family Tree Live. The workshop will take place on on 26th April and the lecture on 27th April. You can read more about Family … Continue reading

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Family Tree Magazine 2019 – Surname Research Series

In this month, the surname series continues with us looking at the catalyst for choosing a surname. We briefly touch on deviant and variant surnames. You can read more by looking through the posts I have previously written HERE, or by … Continue reading

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