Category Archives: Presentations

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 iceburg, 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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Examining Migration & Researching Migrants in the British Isles Webinar

This webinar will be broadcast live at 8pm US Eastern time (or 1 am UK time) on 12/13th September. The presentation will be available to all for one week before being made available to Legacy Webinar subscribers only. A comprehensive … Continue reading

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Polish Communities – Migration & Resettlement

On Friday I released a short presentation for Legacy Family Tree Webinars. This can be viewed, and the syllabus downloaded HERE, if you have a Legacy Webinar subscription. This topic is a very interesting one and over the coming weeks … Continue reading

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