Walne Surname Study Posts
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Check it out! #52Ancestors Week 14 “In a long list of 1825 [Norwich] Public Library members, I was delighted to find my distant aunt, ‘Miss
Not quite in chronological order (!) a rundown of my last four weeks of #52Ancestors: Week VI: Mapping in March Unusually, I include much of
#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
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.
You can find the first post in the #52Ancestors series on my One-Name Study site: 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
More posts, further work on my forthcoming book, and maybe even a talk or two: 2022 is looking promising…
As it’s Christmas, I’ve prepared a little post about two festive names that show two entirely different trends up to 2021: Holly and Ivy.
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
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
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
Thanks to everyone that has got in touch with me, commented on and shared my recent posts about Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk surnames. I have
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