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Julie Goucher (Anglers Rest)
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Having a revisit to this earlier published book review of Forgotten Bookmarks by +Michael Popek. Suitably inspired because my copy of Handwritten Recipes arrived today.
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Obituary - Tony Orlando
Tony Orlando Peacefully at Credit Valley Hospital, on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, Tony Orlando, of Caledon East, in his 78 th  year, beloved husband of Mary Orlando.  Loving father of Pina and her husband Robert Montalbano, Joey and his wife Sabrina Orlan...
Tony Orlando Peacefully at Credit Valley Hospital, on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, Tony Orlando, of Caledon East, in his 78th year, beloved husband of Mary Orlando.  Loving father of Pina and her husband Robert Montalbano, ...
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Thank you very much for putting this up. I don't know how others feel but the 'start large and narrow it down' method of searching is far less practical and much more time consuming for experienced family historians than starting with narrow search (which may well be sufficient) and then expanding it if necessary.
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Something to put in your calendar for next week.
 
April seems a fitting time to discuss how the support of governments (both local and national) through taxes provides family historians with a wealth of records to use in our one-place studies. Once you learn about all the various types of taxes (and all those records created by the tax man) you will say "*Thank Goodness for Taxes*." Please join the Society on Friday April 25th at 8:00 pm London time as we discuss tax records through the years. 

Just a reminder that the time for our hangout should show in your Google Event notice in your local timezone (or at least the timezone on your computer). As a assist the times are
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If you want to check the timezone in a place that matters to you, why not check out www.worldtimebuddy.com.

If you respond YES or MAYBE and you have selected it in your Google settings, our Society Hangout will show up in your Google calendar and you will receive a reminder notice one day before the hangout. Please consider JOINing us in the panel on Friday - include a comment that you want to JOIN and we will send you an invite about 20 minutes before we go live. Otherwise please VIEW our hangout live here at the Event or at our YouTube Channel. And remember if you can't make it live, you can watch the archived recording at our YouTube Channel.
Society for One-Place Studies' April Hangout
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Genchat, Places and One-Place Studies
Yesterday I and a few of my  +Society for One-Place Studies  colleagues took part in #genchat hosted by  +Jen Baldwin . What a great hour it was and so informative, with plenty of information and hints for experienced and newbies to the concept of a One-Pla...
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Genchat, Places and One-Place Studies
Yesterday I and a few of my  +Society for One-Place Studies  colleagues took part in #genchat hosted by  +Jen Baldwin . What a great hour it was and so informative, with plenty of information and hints for experienced and newbies to the concept of a One-Pla...
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Thanks Hilary & Cindy. +Janet Few's book has great projects, so if you are new to OPS they are a tentative toe dipping & hand holding start. 
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Pharmacy Professional, Researcher,Presenter, Developer and Writer
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Genealogical and historical researching, developing presentations and courses
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    Having left pharmacy on a full time basis, I still practice and am registered with the professional regulator. I also undertake various continuing professional development, reviews and training work. I also present and write various presentations and training methods across pharmacy and the historical and genealogical arenas. I have successfully developed and written The Book of Me, Written by You as a series of workshops both in the literal sense and through an online version. I write a regular column for The In-Depth Genealogist which is a monthly digital magazine and I am currently working on numerous projects including writing a genealogical resource book to be published in February 2015.
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    Across the pharmacy profession I worked in a variety of settings; retail, hospital, industry, health centers and for HM Government before heading back to community pharmacy. I have had an assortment of roles; ranging from store based through to area and regional based and then head office based. I spent a great deal of time as a troubleshooter and "fixer" before moving into a series of training roles.
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Genealogist & historian, researcher, booklover, writer and blogger
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I am a Surrey girl, who is very proud of her roots. I currently live in the West Country of England. After a career in pharmacy management spanning more than 20 years, I made the decision to look at my options as to where my professional life was heading. I wanted to expand my work portfolio within the training and writing arena, in addition to utilising my historical and research skills along with other qualifications and years of experience. With many strings to my bow, my professional life has evolved and developed.  You can catch up with me via my website or blog
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Writer and Developer of The Book of Me, Written by You. Column writer at The In-Depth Genealogist
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  • Guildford County School
  • Guildford College
    Diploma in Counselling
  • Kingston University
    Social Sciences, Women Studies & History
  • University of Plymouth Faculty of Arts
    BA Hons History
  • Open University
    Various
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Anglers Rest: Easter Memories
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When I was a little girl in the 1970's my Great Aunt always bought me a box of Lindt chocolate bunnies in a small cardboard box. This happen

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Anglers Rest: Book of Me, Written by You, Prompt 33
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Enjoy 24hrs FREE access to Irish Newspaper Archives
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For one day only, the Irish Newspaper Archives is offering free access to its huge database. The online archive, which holds titles from the

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PRONI adds lectures to YouTube channel
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A view of Old Guildford circa 1902
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I have had trouble locating the actual spot of this picture. I think it is a small alleyway off the High Street, on the right hand side, jus

Ancestor Swap Challenge - are you in?
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Last month, in my blog post "Sources - source of pride and envy" Tessa replied how she wished she could research someone from the Netherland

The A - Z Blogging Challenge
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Anglers Rest: Book of Me, Written by You, Prompt 31
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Anglers Rest: Finding the Genealogy Community
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I determine that community is a collective of people with similarities, in terms of a common interest. There is a basic need for us to be pa

Historical Tapestry: Fact Fiction Friday ~ Henry V
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Each Friday we will publish an historical fact based upon the date. Each fact will be accompanied by a book(s) title and perhaps a review or

The Emigrants from East County Clare
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Since all those who are, or wish to be, of Irish descent have just celebrated St Patrick’s Day it seems appropriate that my topic this month

Prompt # 29 - Carry All - What's In Your Bag?
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Manor Farm, Wanborough - June 1986
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I saw this watercolour in the early 1990s. It is of Manor Farm at Wanborough and was painted by local artist, Jean M Blair in June 1986, whi

References in the Strangest of Places (part two)
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When I was in the local library last week I spotted this anthology, recently published called “The Library Book” Each chapter is about twent

Historical Tapestry: Fact Fiction Friday ~ Kraków Ghetto
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