Seminar events August Allsorts Web Seminar *** this web seminar is now available by CLICKING HERE *** In place of the “Those Who Served” seminar planned for August 2020 (that has now been rescheduled to 23rd October 2021) we have delved into the rich resource of the Guild archive of past seminar and conference presentations to bring you these August Allsorts. All these presentations were given by members of the Guild over the past few years and cover a range of subjects relevant to one-name studies. We will launch all of these presentations here on 1st August at 10.00am [London time]. You may watch them at any time over the following 14 days (at which time they will be only available to Guild members on the website). After you have finished watching the session(s) of interest we would appreciate your comments using the feedback form HERE. Guild members don’t forget you can find all sessions, where recorded, from past Guild seminars and conferences accessed from the right of this page. Twitter #GuildAugustAllsorts Provisional Programme 10:00 Presentations available online The Royal Navy in Malta [March 2017] – Kim Baldacchino 5434 Using TNG to Create a Website [July 2016] – Jim Benedict MCG 4794 Genetic Genealogy [April 2019] – Debbie Kennett MCG 4554 Life in the Asylum [May 2019] – David Scrimgeour 5991 C19th Boom and Bust – Trade Directories [May 2017] – Jackie Depelle 5138 From Saturday 15th August presentations will be only available to Guild members logged into the website. In addition we would also recommend members review the 2018 Guild Webinar Series about the Guild and One-Name Studies. Click here. If you need any further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the Guild Help Desk on 0800 011 2182. What viewers said about the most recent “On The Wrong Side of the Law” virtual seminar on 16th May 2020: Researching transportees in Australia – very good talk on a very big topic, delivered with humour One of the best things about the Guild is their seminars Missed the “meeting other members” element of a seminar Good to be able to reach a wider audience on the day of the “seminar” Going to hard going back to the boring bits of genealogy now Thank you for putting these sessions online Missed meeting up with delegates over dinner the evening before an “in person” seminar Other events For details of other events organised by the Guild, go to the Events Calendar.