Monthly Archives: January 2019

Sunday Salon – Getting Back to Reading

It is a long while since I have taken part in a Sunday Salon. Social media has reduced the amount of time I read, as has writing and producing various presentations, syllabus and course material. I returned to education and … Continue reading

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Strategy for a Genealogical Project

Over the course of the last few Introduction to One-Name Studies courses I have been asked a number of questions and thought that it was worth sharing them here. Over the course of the next few weeks I will share … Continue reading

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Six Degrees of Separation from The French Lieutenants Woman to……

The #6Degrees meme occurs on the 1st of the month over at the blog, Books are my Favourite and Best which is written by Kate. The French Lieutenant’s Woman by John Fowles is not a book I have ever read, although I might have … Continue reading

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Southern California Genealogical Society Webinar Series – European Surnames

I can now share with you that I shall be presenting to the Southern California Genealogical Society (SCGS) webinar series in early December 2019. The webinars are open to all live, before becoming a SCGS members benefit. You can view … Continue reading

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