Category Archives: Presentations

Webinar – My Italian Surname Study

Next Tuesday, 21st August 2018 the Guild of One-Name Studies will be offering their latest webinar in their 7 Pillars series. Michael Cassara, who runs the Cuono One-Name Study and myself who runs the Orlando One-Name Study, will be talking about … Continue reading

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Webinar – How Understanding & Researching European Surnames Can Help Your Genealogical Research

I am delighted to be talking to the Wisconsin Genealogical Society about how Understanding & Researching European Surnames can help genealogical research. The webinar is to take place on 20 February 2018 at 7pm CST, which is the early hours … Continue reading

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Legacy Family Tree Webinars

The folks at Legacy Family Tree Webinars have extended their 50% off sale until 20 August 2017. A subscription means that you can watch any of the more than 500 webinars in their library. This includes Tracing European Ancestors Membership … Continue reading

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Southern California Genealogical Society Webinar Series 2016

The SCGS has just released the 2016 Webinar series. There are some familiar faces scheduled and in many instances I need to go to bed very late if I am to hear the webinars – there is an eight-hour time … Continue reading

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Legacy Webinars 2016 Series Announced

Last week Legacy Webinars announced the 2016 series. There are some familiar names and some great topics. To see who is presenting click HERE I will be presenting a version of Tracing Your European Ancestors on 16th December 2016. You … Continue reading

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European Ancestors at Teignmouth Library

I am donating the proceeds from the talk to the Friends of Teignmouth Library. You can see the website that accompanies the book HERE  

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