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Attempted Suicide of a Maniac - Update
Citation "Police [Court,] Marylebone"  The Standard No. 2912  [London], Thursday 08 September 1836, p. 4 col. 1-3; digital images, British Newspaper Archive ( http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0000183/18360908/025/0004?browse=false  : acces...
Citation "Police [Court,] Marylebone" The Standard No. 2912 [London], Thursday 08 September 1836, p. 4 col. 1-3; digital images, British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0000183/18360908/0...
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Attempted Suicide of a Maniac
Citation "Attempted Suicide of a Maniac" The Morning Post No. 20516 (London), Thursday 08 September 1836, p. 4 col. 1; digital images, British Newspaper Archive ( http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0000174/18360908/024/0004 : accessed 31 Jan...
Citation "Attempted Suicide of a Maniac" The Morning Post No. 20516 (London), Thursday 08 September 1836, p. 4 col. 1; digital images, British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0000174/1836...
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Transcription of Post Office London Directory 1841 - Great Saffron Hill and Little Saffron Hill
Citation Frederic Kelly, The Post Office London Directory. Comprising, amongst other information, street directory, commercial directory, trades' directory... [Part 1: Street, Commercial, & Trades Directories] , Kelly’s Directories Ltd, London, 1841, pages ...
Citation Frederic Kelly, The Post Office London Directory. Comprising, amongst other information, street directory, commercial directory, trades' directory... [Part 1: Street, Commercial, & Trades Directories], Kelly’s Direct...
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Transcription of Robson's London Directory 1939 - Great Saffron Hill
Citation William Robson, Robson's London Directory , 19th Edition, 1839, Pg. 262, London Metropolitan Archives, microfilm 96917/52 MF52, accessed 15 April 2014. Transcript Saffron hill, Gt, Hatton - gar [Header] [Footer] 262 4 and 5 Kendall Chas bootmaker 6...
Citation William Robson, Robson's London Directory, 19th Edition, 1839, Pg. 262, London Metropolitan Archives, microfilm 96917/52 MF52, accessed 15 April 2014. Transcript Saffron hill, Gt, Hatton - gar [Header] [Foo...
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Transcription of Robson's London Directory 1942 - Little Saffron Hill and Great Saffron Hill
Citation William Robson,  Robson's London Directory, street key, classification of trades, and Royal Court guide and peerage: particularizing the residences of 70,000 establishments in London and its environs, and fifteen thousand of the nobility and gentry...
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Transcription of will - John Rondeau 13 Nov 1790
TNA – PROB 11 (Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers)/1198 (Bishop Quire Numbers: 510 - 548) Img. Ref. 84/117   Transcription of probate of Will of John Rondeau of  Christ   Church , Middlesex 13 Nov 1790   John R...
TNA – PROB 11 (Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers)/1198 (Bishop Quire Numbers: 510 - 548) Img. Ref. 84/117  Transcription of probate of Will of John Rondeau of Christ Church, Mid...
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A look at Rootstech 2015 from a British perspective from Guild member +Rosemary Morgan 
Like many of the other RootsTech bloggers this year, I chose not to blog from the Conference itself. There was just so much to see and do, what with having two Conferences combined (RootsTech and FGS), a much much bigger exhi...
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Transcription of Robson's London Directory 1828 - Great Saffron Hill
Citation William Robson, Robson London Commercial Directory, Street Key and Conveyance List , 8th Edition, 1828, London Metropolitan Archives, microfilm, 96917/43 MF43, accessed 15 April 2014. Transcript Saffron hill, Great, Hatton Garden [Header] [Footer] ...
Citation William Robson, Robson London Commercial Directory, Street Key and Conveyance List, 8th Edition, 1828, London Metropolitan Archives, microfilm, 96917/43 MF43, accessed 15 April 2014. Transcript Saffron hill, G...
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Brickwall 1 - Using Printed Pedigrees
The Genealogical Dark Ages? Back in the days before the advent of the personal computer and the internet, we would have found our genealogical forebears hard at work in their local archives hunting through original records for the documentary traces of thei...
The Genealogical Dark Ages? Back in the days before the advent of the personal computer and the internet, we would have found our genealogical forebears hard at work in their local archives hunting through original records fo...
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@DHGenealogy: Excellent talk from Phil Tomaselli at inaugural One Place Studies Conference - main takeaway research and "write it up!!" #oneplaceconf #1placestudies
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General Register Office
The General Register Office (GRO) is the name given to the government department that is responsible for the recording of vital records such as births, marriages and deaths (BMD). You can order birth, adoption, marriage, civil partnership and death certific...
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    Genealogy, 2014 - present
    "The Correspondence Course in Genealogy was launched in 1961 and has been growing in popularity ever since. Students tell us that they find the course to be great value for money, being significantly less expensive than other distance learning courses with comparable academic content. The lecture material is excellent and the individual tutorial guidance is first-rate. Unlike other courses that have come and gone during the last four decades, the Correspondence Course in Genealogy encourages the student to apply the subject material to his or her own personal research. Our students also speak of the fun and enjoyment of following the course and how it has helped them to get over apparently insurmountable research problems. The course is continually assessed with all assignments graded. Those students wishing to take the Higher Certificate in Genealogy examination may opt to have their grades for assignments put forward instead of taking the second paper. The course, which is suitable both for beginners and for experienced genealogists, is also designed to prepare students for professional genealogical practice. As such it covers the full range of genealogically useful sources to considerable depth. This also makes it the best available course for those simply tracing their own families as a hobby, ensuring that they have the best knowledge base so that their research is as good as it can be. The Correspondence Course is both challenging and demanding, but the principal qualifications for embarking on it are enthusiasm and dedication."
  • Stationers Company School
    1971 - 1978
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Researching family history in Devon, Sussex, Hampshire, East Lothian, Kilkenny and in London.

One-name study of the Hoare name in Sussex and Hampshire.
One-place study of Great Saffron Hill in Holborn, London.

Currently studying the genealogy course at the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies (IHGS).

Member of:
Association of Professional Genealogists,
Society of Genealogists,
Society for One-Place Studies,
The Surname Society,
Family and Community Historical Research Society and the
Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies.
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Genealogist
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Genealogy, Archives, Family History, History, Online Research, Archival Research, Research, Transcription, Social Media, Social Networking, Local History, Library Research and Historical Research
Employment
  • DHGenealogy
    Genealogist, 2002 - present
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Currently
Hitchin SG5, United Kingdom
Previously
Enfield EN1, United Kingdom - London N15, United Kingdom
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Archibald Hume [1796 - 1857], Letter to his sister 1839 Pt. 1
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Whilst trying to establish the date on which my three times great grandfather Hugh Hume [1792 - 1861] left Scotland for London I examined th