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Sue Adams (Family Folk)
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Genealogical and historical truth seeker
Genealogical and historical truth seeker

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This one will run forever ..... Sigh

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You know you are in a different country when you fail to understand all of the content of road signs.  Fortunately most are in both English and Irish Gaelic, so navigation adventures of my trip to the Clans and Surnames Family History Conference in…

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  I will spend the next week, the 15 – 19 May 2017, tutoring at the Clans and Surnames Irish Family History Research Program in Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland. So, why would an English researcher pay attention to Irish Family History, and what skills do I…

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With so many options of workshops and talks happening this year at Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE, I put them into a Google calendar to help plan my time. The data comes from the official website, with a few extra mini-talks on stand no 2, the Register of…

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Please check the Member's Forum for agenda and link

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Having catalogued and scanned the Bill Lawrence collection, I now have a good idea of the contents, and loads of questions.  So the next step is to analyse the contents further and decide which questions to investigate first. An overview of the main…

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An example of the treasures in archives from last year. What will we see in this year's #explorearchives campaign 19-26 November 2016?

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Archives are under threat. Let's use them!

Post a tale about your local archive, please. #explorearchives


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Tips on scaning your genealogy collection.

Making digital copies of genealogy documents for sharing, easy access, analysis is a compromise that depends on your resources. Here are some important considerations.

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I am very pleased to annouce that I have been accepted as a full member of the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives, known as AGRA. AGRA was established in 1968 for professional researchers in the British Isles.  The application…
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