Walne Surname Study Posts

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Branch-ing out in Laxfield

#52Ancestors Post V: Branching Out Week Five of #52Ancestors brings us the theme ‘branching out’. The subsequent post has landed here because my One-Name Study

#52Ancestors Post II: Of Otter Dogs and Sudden Death?

For week two of #52Ancestors, we’re urged to record a favourite find. Well, here’s one of mine. It comes with an explanation of what I think might have happened, some canine facts, and a couple of tips for archive visits.

#52Ancestors Post One: Foundations

You can find the first post in the #52Ancestors series on my One-Name Study site: An ONS Foundry: Lott & Walne Limited

An ONS Foundry: Lott & Walne Limited

#52Ancestors Post One: Foundations. This year I’m giving #52Ancestors a try, but I’m following it quite loosely so that my endeavours can cover my One-Name

Business Histories Talk Now Available!

A short update to say that my talk from the Register of Qualified Genealogists’ Conference is now available to view, for free, on the RQG

How the corn merchants claimed my summer

Hello everyone! It’s some time since I updated here, but there are a few things I’d like to share. Framlingham Corn Merchants Project Before the

‘Not coming home for Christmas…’

In 1914, my Great Great Grandparents sat outside Kettleburgh Hall flanked by their three uniformed sons, L-R Horace, Henry (Harry) and Leonard. We know the