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Journal Volume 7: 2000-2002

 

Vol 7 No 12, Oct-Dec 2002 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Pinpointing the origin of your surname with the Median Area Theory by John Titterton
  • Resources for onename studies in the archives of York Minster by Louise Hampson
  • Ancestors reunited – 10 numbers that can trace your family tree by Chris Gray
  • Slaves in the family and the problems of tracing ancestral lines by Malcolm Boyes
  • New BIVRI CDs have 13 million records by Richard Eastman
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Treasurer’s Notes, Just My Opinion, Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 11, Jul-Sep 2002 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Proposed civil registration changes will bring good and bad news for genealogists by Roy Stockdill
  • Publishing for One-Name Studies: The nuts and bolts of publishing a 400-plus page family book by Jack Blencowe
  • Publishing for One-Name Studies: The advantages and pitfalls of web page publishing by Penny Denby
  • Publishing for One-Name Studies: A wealth of information at seminar on publishing for one-namers by Alan Kinnaird
  • Publishing for One-Name Studies: Advice in Guild booklet on publishing a one-name journal or newsletter by Roy Stockdill
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Treasurer’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Book Reviews, Letters

Vol 7 No 10, Apr-Jun 2002 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Armorial book-plates – a little known source for one-name studies by Andrew G Peake
  • How patents of inventions at British Library can help one-namers by Stephen Van Dulken
  • How the 1901 online census project went sadly wrong by Dominic Johnson
  • How big will your one-name study be? by Alan Bardsley
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Just My Opinion, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 9, Jan-Dec 2002 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Four-page preview of the National Burial Index by John Hanson
  • Overwhelming Whitehouses force my sad decision to de-register by Keith Percy
  • How many genealogists can boast two Registrars among their ancestors? by Harvey Horton Kernick
  • Genealogical Miscellany: 1851 census index of Yorkshire and Scottish news by Graham Tuley
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Treasurer’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Just My Opinion, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 8, Oct-Dec 2001 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Transferring the family files from paper and computer onto CD-ROM by Michael Dummer
  • How our Web-on-a-Disk beats “raid and run” on a society’s website by John Blanchard
  • What about the Joneses? Some ideas for tackling widely spread surnames by John Colloff
  • Carbis – a Cornish surname from the Lebanon? by John Carbis
  • Genealogical Miscellany: Some jottings from members’ research notebooks by Jim Holdich, John Hitchon & David Hawgood
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Treasurer’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Just My Opinion, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 7, Jul-Sep 2001 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Locating marriages in England and Wales between 1837 and 1912 by Paul Millington
  • Marriages by certificate and Notice of Intent by David Hawgood
  • DNA testing: a valuable new tool for one-namers by Chris Pomery
  • Strategies for involving today’s generations in one-name studies by Brian Otridge
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Treasurer’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Just My Opinion, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 6, Apr-Jun 2001 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Does it run in the family? Links between genealogy and genetics by Diana Brook
  • Was your ancestor a tramping brushmaker? by Janet Heskins
  • GB Shaw’s mistress and my one-name study by Lesley Kennedy
  • Publishing a 1,000-page book on the Internet by Jess Jephcott
  • Why do “Rip van Surnames” come alive? by David Hawgood
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, From the Editor’s Desk, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Notes, Just my Opinion, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 5, Jan-Mar 2001 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Strategies for managing the paper to digital revolution for one-name groupings by Chris Pomery
  • From straw plaits to the City by Peter Amsden
  • The line between Gaelic and non-Gaelic studies by Michael Merrigan
  • Mystery of a bigamous grandmother led to ONS by Kit Leitch
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, From the Editor’s Desk, The Mary Rumsey Column, Registrar’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 4, Oct-Dec 2000 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Lloyd George’s “Domesday” Act of 1910 by Peter Park
  • Taking inherited research into the Internet age by Brian Otridge
  • How lrish one-name studies differ from those in England by Michael Merrigan
  • Working Group set up to look at Guild categories by Roger Lovegrove
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, From the Editor’s Desk, The Mary Rumsey Column, Secretary’s Notes, Treasurer’s Notes, Librarian’s Notes, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 3, Jul-Sep 2000 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Manorial records help trace a teacher and mapmaker by Peter Alefounder
  • The best software for one-namers by Jean-Baptiste Piggin
  • US website birthday data aids a one-name study by Peter Fifield Wells
  • An evil witch’s murder victim and my ONS by Roy Stockdill
  • Serendipity, Guild Seminar and a family home by Barbara Harvey
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, From the Editor’s Desk, The Mary Rumsey Column, Secretary’s Notes, Treasurer’s Notes, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 2, Apr-Jun 2000 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Don’t let disability be a barrier to your research by Viv Dunstan
  • Carpet cleaners to paint – Orrs who led the way by Brian Orr
  • How researching first names can aid your one-name study by John Titterton
  • Oh, what a load of (double-barrelled) Morgans! by David Morgan
  • Getting your web page noticed by David Hawgood
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, From the Editor’s Desk, The Mary Rumsey Column, Treasurer’s Notes, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

Vol 7 No 1, Jan-Mar 2000 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Cracking the County Record Office by Julie Mansfield
  • Land Tax, a worthwhile source for family historians by Janet Heskins
  • Navigating around FamilySearch on the Internet by David Hawgood
  • Marching into battle at the Family Records Centre by Peter Amsden
  • Many curious oddities of spelling on the 1881 discs by Peter Langford
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, From the Editor’s Desk, The Mary Rumsey Column, Secretary’s Notes, Treasurer’s Notes, Book Reviews, Letters, It’s a Funny Old Genealogical World

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