Is your Surname registered?

Our 2,844 members have registered
2,466 study surnames with us
and a further 6,252 variant names.
Apr 182017
 
O is for Other Surnames of Interest

Do you have an interest in surnames in addition to the one you registered as your one-name study?  Did you know that through your Guild membership, you can register an interest in Other Surnames?  Why do this when you perhaps have no intent to ever do a one-name study on that “other” name?  It is … Continue reading →

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Apr 172017
 
N is for News

The Guild has so much going on, whether that is in person (seminars, conferences, committee and regional meetings) or online (websites, social media, journals, indexes). How is a Guild member to keep up? Why not check out the News where we share all kinds of news with our members and the genealogy public. At the … Continue reading →

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Apr 152017
 
M is for Members' Websites Project

We spend so much time on our one-name studies – doing the research, gathering records and data, reconstructing families, searching for DNA connections – that we become experts about our surname as it has traveled through time and space. Have you shared that expertise with others? Have you published and preserved your work? I have … Continue reading →

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Apr 142017
 
L is for Library

What comes to mind when you think of a library? Our first thought is a building with books. But this is the 21st century so we also think of online libraries with searchable catalogs and offerings that include books, articles, maps, images, drawings and GEDCOMs – all available to view, download and share. Today, much … Continue reading →

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Apr 132017
 
K is for Keeping in Touch

The Guild is an international genealogical society with members spread out all over the world. To help our members keep in touch, the Guild has a variety of ways to check in and learn what’s new, visit with other Guild members, share information or ask questions about our surname research and one-name studies. Today we … Continue reading →

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