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Journal Volume 9: 2006-2008

 

Vol 9 No 12, Oct-Dec 2008 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Discoveries For One-Name Studies From DNA Testing by Susan Meates
  • Digitisation For One-Namers by Ken Toll
  • A Day Without Howard by Corrinne Goodenough
  • Mings or Minge by Tony Mingay
  • The Twisted Thread by Jim Benedict
  • Collaboration – The Way Forward For Marriage Challenges by Roger Goacher
  • New Source For One-Namers? by Michael Merrigan FGSI
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Comments, One-Name Mail, Bookstall

Vol 9 No 11, Jul-Sep 2008 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Adding DNA To Your One-Name Study by Susan Meates
  • A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words by Roger Goacher
  • 29th Annual Conference & AGM Review by Robert Boxer
  • Dressed To Kill by Jim Filby
  • How NOT To Design A Website For Your One-Name Study by Steven Whitaker
  • Legacy 7 Software Review by Keith Bage
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, One-Name Mail, Bookstall, Book Reviews

Vol 9 No 10, Apr-Jun 2008 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Supercharging GenMap UK and Surname Atlas to create maps not possible when programs are used on their own by Howard Mathieson
  • Have you hit a brick wall in your genealogy research? DNA testing worked for me by Ross Cotton
  • 29th Annual Conference & AGM Review by Robert Boxer
  • From a farm called Pooty Pools to Pettypool – truth may indeed be stranger than fiction by Carolyn Hartsough
  • Ninth edition of Guild Marriage Index has nearly a quarter of a million entries – maps of coverage by Peter Alefounder
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Comments, One-Name Mail, Bookstall, Book Reviews

Vol 9 No 9, Jan-Mar 2008 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Did our surname come to England with the Spanish Armada, as grandad told me? by Rennison Vayro
  • Millions of new records go online at TNA, Find My Past, Ancestry and other sites by John Hanson
  • Rounding up registers not in the county record office by Colin Ulph
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Comments, Bookstall, Book Reviews, Letters

Vol 9 No 8, Oct-Dec 2007 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Guild of One-Name Studies and DNA testing – a Committee policy statement by Peter Walker
  • Focus on the Coningsby One-Name Study by Robin Wood
  • Enjoyment gained from doing a Marriage Challenge by Michael Bliss
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Comments, Bookstall, Regional Representatives

Vol 9 No 7, Jul-Sep 2007 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Chairman‘s report to the AGM reveals another successful year for the Guild by Peter Walker
  • Publishing on the web – how to get started, the easy options and more advanced methods by Teresa Pask
  • From the Queen’s Flight to links to the royal family tree by David Judd
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Comments, Bookstall

Vol 9 No 6, Apr-Jun 2007 : Click to view this journal online.

  • The delights of Lulu: how one Guild member found his self publishing problems were eliminated by Arthur Carden
  • The Olbys from public records to family tree, tracing 173 descendants of one couple by Chris Newall
  • Myth of the 100-year census confidentiality promise by Guy Etchells
  • DNA Analysis and genealogy: keeping a sense of perspective by John Creer
  • Bastardy and aliases in Devon: finding out what happened in Farway with DNA testing by Chris Pomery
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Treasurer’s Comments, Bookstall, One-Name Mail, Book Reviews

Vol 9 No 5, Jan-Mar 2007 : Click to view this journal online.

  • If we all waited to publish our one-name study until we felt we had found the ultimate answer, we would probably not publish at all by Peter Walker
  • How the Great Sheffield Flood of 1864 washed away a family’s aitch by Steve Tanner
  • I’m not convinced DNA tests are the answer to all our genealogical problems by Else Churchill
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Bookstall, Book Reviews

Vol 9 No 4, Oct-Dec 2006 : Click to view this journal online.

  • How online databases set a new challenge for the Guild and its members in the future by Chris Pomery
  • How indexing altered the face of genealogy and one-name studies forever by John Hanson
  • Before the Journal: looking back to the Guild’s early Newsletters by President Derek Palgrave
  • Take a long, slow, careful look at the magnificent Charles Booth Online Archive by Howard Benbrook
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Bookstall, One-Name Mail, Book Reviews, The Last Word, Regional Representatives

Vol 9 No 3, Jul-Sep 2006 : Click to view this journal online.

  • Why should unusual forenames be associated with a high mortality rate in infancy? by David Mellor
  • Some tips on establishing a DNA Project for your one-name study by Susan Meates
  • Webwatch on Curious Fox, a curious website but an under-used resource by Ken Toll
  • Centre page spread of pictures from the Guild’s 27th Annual Conference
  • Conference report on a successful weekend in Staffordshire by Steven Whitaker
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Bookstall, Book Reviews, The Last Word, Regional Representatives

Vol 9 No 2, Apr-Jun 2006 : Click to view this journal online.

  • DNA testing of tremendous value in sorting out variants in my one-name study by Susan Meates
  • A Roseblade link between Hampshire and Gloucestershire by Mike Walton
  • Blogs, Wikis and RSS: what’s it all about? by Peter Walker
  • webwatch: Where do you think you are? by Ken Toll
  • How I wrote and published my one-name history by Colin Ulph
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Bookstall, Book Reviews, The Last Word

Vol 9 No 1, Jan-Mar 2006 : Click to view this journal online.

  • How a DNA Project has produced discoveries in the Meates One-Name Study not possible with paper records alone by Susan Meates
  • Looking at ancient occupations – was your ancestor a bellow farmer, baven maker or a harlot (no, not THAT kind!) by John Hanson
  • Mapping stability and change in surname distribution by Howard Mathieson
  • How my Bradleys inter-married with Bulls, Boars, Birds, Butchers, Bakers, Berrys, Bodys and Broads by John Bradley
  • Guild Reports, News and Events
  • Regulars: Committee, Registrar’s Notes, Bookstall, Book Reviews, One-Name Mail, The Last Word

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