Category Archives: Presentations

Family Tree Live 2020 #FamilyTreeLive

I can now share with you that I will be delivering two workshops at Family Tree Live in April 2020. The event will take place at Alexandra Palace on 17th and 18th April 2020. You can read about the event, … Continue reading

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Southern California Genealogical Society –  “European Surnames and How They Can Help in Genealogical Research”

A FREE Webinar from Southern California Genealogical Society –  “European Surnames and How They Can Help in Genealogical Research” To sign up for the webinar please click THIS LINK. The webinar will be broadcast from 6pm GMT or 10am PST.  … Continue reading

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Virtual Genealogical Association 2019 Conference

A few weeks ago I was asked to share the promote the following conference which is to be hosted by the Virtual Genealogical Association. It takes place in early November 2019. I will be speaking, although not live. My presentation … Continue reading

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The Surname series continues, with the August 2019 issue of the magazine focusing on Organising a study. I don’t have sufficient space to be able to do the organising topic justice, merely scratching the top of the iceberg, but to … Continue reading

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Review of #FamilyTreeLive

I had hoped to get this review published earlier, but other deadlines and domestics I am afraid played a part in the delay. After a gap of a year in the UK without a significant genealogical show or event it … Continue reading

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Introduction to Surname Research and One-Name Studies #FamilyTreeLive

Has it really been a week since #FamilyTreeLive? where does the time go? My part of the show kicked off with a session on the Society of Genealogy help desk, I then held a workshop focusing on researching in Europe … Continue reading

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Society of Genealogists – Half day lecture – Tracing your European Ancestors: East & West

I will be at the Society of Genealogists in London talking about Tracing European Ancestors: East and West on Saturday 18th May 2019. The history of Britain is full of stories about people arriving from Europe. Often they came as … Continue reading

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European Ancestors

Over the course of the last few months I have been pondering on some genealogical housekeeping. That includes my blogging platform and website. I have already gradually merged another blog into this one and as that was relatively painless, I … 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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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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