It’s All Over

Well my first experience as a speaker at the Who Do You Think You Are Show is over! I really enjoyed the three days I spent at the Show but was exhausted by the end – I spent a couple of afternoons helping out on the Guild of One-Name Studies and I don’t think I had ever realised just how hard those on the stands work!

If you are interested in the talks I did I have uploaded the slides & script of the talk under the Heading Articles & Talks on this website. These but also other handouts from the talks at the show can be found at The Society of Genealogists.

New records in the Data Store

Today we have uploaded the following records into the Data Store:

England & Wales Civil Registration Index: Marriages

England & Wales Civil Registration Index: Deaths

This completes our extracts from the England & Wales Civil Registration Indices for Birth, Marriages and Deaths

Website Update

The website has now been going for just over two weeks & we now have information on just over 3800 individuals and have started adding the details of some of the sources we have used in our research.

We have also added the England & Wales Civil Birth Registration Index to the Data Store, and we hope to e adding the equivalent death data within the next week.


Swalwell’s at the Who Do You Think You Are Show 2017

Well in 10 short weeks I will have presented my talk “In pursuit of Lot’s! Using Forenames to Build The Family Tree” on Thursday 6th April at 4.15pm.
On the morning of Saturday 8th April you will find me in The Education Zone delivering a talk called “Do As I Say Not As I Did! Confessions of an Imperfect Genealogist”
And on the afternoons of Friday 7th April and Saturday 8th April I will be helping out on the Guild of One-Name Studies.
So if you are at the show do come & say hello ….and if you need tickets visit the WDYTYA website

Website Launch

Today the new website of the Swalwell One-Name Study goes live. It is, however, still work in progress so please be patient as we are only part of the way through the process of loading the data. I hope you enjoy it and find something of interest here.