Tag Archives: One Place Study

Organising Genealogical and Research Papers

Yesterday I took the time to join in a hangout on air with Jill who blogs at Geniaus. The discussion was about organising genealogical research, which was triggered by a blog post written by Sharon who blogs at Gathering Dust … Continue reading

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Video: Thousands of Years of Human Migration in Five Minutes

One of the things I love the most about the internet is the facility to share fascinating material, which opens our eyes to some interesting concepts, and some basic ones at that. Yesterday on the Guild of One-Name Studies mailing … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip ~ Where Family History and Local History Unite*

Image courtesy of the Project via Facebook I recently spent some time on the newly launched site Lives of the First World War, a joint effort between the Imperial War Museum and FindmyPast. On the day it was announced I … Continue reading

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Genchat, Places and One-Place Studies

Yesterday I and a few of my +Society for One-Place Studies colleagues took part in #genchat hosted by +Jen Baldwin. What a great hour it was and so informative, with plenty of information and hints for experienced and newbies to the concept of … Continue reading

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Society for One-Place Studies – Learn and Do Hangout

The February Society for One-Place Studies hangout is scheduled for 8pm GMT on Friday 28th February, so this Friday! The discussion topic is Learn and Do. We shall have a discussion about the latest book about One-Place Studies written by … Continue reading

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Putting Your Ancestors in their Place ~ A Guide to One Place Studies by Janet Few

I recently had the opportunity to read a review copy of the latest book by Janet Few. There are so few books dedicated to the subject of One Place Studies therefore this is a very welcomed addition to the genealogical … Continue reading

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Society of One-Place Studies Hangout – Choosing Your Place

A very interesting discussion took place today; The Society for One-Place Studies monthly hangout. The subject for discussion was Choosing your Place.

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Tracing Your House History by Gill Blanchard

I was recently given a copy of this book to review and what a delight it was. This book is more than a guide to researching the history of your house, or a house of interest. It is a font … Continue reading

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Announcing the Society for One-Place studies

The following announcement was written by the Society for One-Place Studies: “We, the founder members are proud to announce the launch of the ‘Society for One-Place Studies’, a ‘not-for-profit’ organisation for individuals and societies with an interest in family history … Continue reading

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Those Thursday Places – One Place Studies

I recently had cause to contemplate the actual definition of a one place study. Having had the question presented I stopped, thought and debated. I have an interest in three individual places Puttenham in Surrey (linked to the nearby parish … Continue reading

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