Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2014 Speakers’ Handouts

Speakers’ handouts or slides presented at both WDYTYA? Live 2014 Glasgow and London are published  here as PDFs or online links. Not every speaker will have provided slides of their presentations but we do expect more to arrive, so if the talk you wanted isn't yet represented on the list below do pop back to this page and check again later.

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Who Do You Think You Are?Live @ Glasgow SECC 29-30th August 2014

Else Churchill (Friday 29 Aug 2014) Surname Searching.Finding Pedigrees Online, at the SoG and other libraries

Else Churchill (Saturday 30 Aug 2014) Scottish Sources in the Library of the Society of Genealogists

Jackie Depelle (Saturday 30 Aug 2014) Reading the Original

Bruce Durie  (Friday 29 Aug 2014) The Future of Professional Genealogy PLEASE  NOTE A link to this presentation and a related symposium discussion will follow shortly

Bruce Durie (Saturday 30 Aug 2014) Heraldry Why It Matters

George English (Saturday  30 Aug 2014) Removing Dry Stane Dykes - Breaking Down Scottish Family History Brick Walls

Graham Maxwell (Saturday 30 Aug 2014) Tracing Your Illegitimate Ancestors in the Sheriff Court Records

Alec Tritton (Friday 29 August 2014) Social Media for Family History. 212 Blog Posting Ideas PLEASE NOTE  this links to an online digital booklet compiled by Alec that can be accessed only by those who were given the password at Alec's talk

 

 

 

 

Who Do You Think You Are?Live @ London Olympia 20-22nd February 2014

Gill Blanchard (Thursday 20 Feb 2014)  Our Ancestors' Homes. Where they lived and what their homes were like.

Else Churchill (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) What's been done before? Finding Pedigrees Online and at the Society of Genealogists

Else Churchill (Friday 21 Feb 2014) What Next? Pre 1837 Parish Registers in the Archives, Online and at the Society of Genealogists

Jackie Depelle (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) Reading the Original

Jackie Depelle (Saturday 22 Feb 2014) Remnants of a Lost Life - A Brief Encounter with Life and the First World War

Jackie Depelle & Roy Stockdill (Friday 21 Feb 2014) Researching Yorkshire Ancestors - Handout 1

Bruce Drurie (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) Scottish Retours of Services of Heirs and English Inquisitions Post Mortem

Janet Few (Saturday 22 Feb 2014) Putting Your Ancestors in their Place - Sources for reconstructing nineteenth century communities

Janet Few (Friday 21 Feb 2014) A-Z of Family History. An alphabetical journey through some less well known sources

Simon Fowler (Thursdy 20 Feb 2014) All at Sea - serving in the Royal Navy During the First World War

Simon Fowler (Saturday 20 Feb 2014) Overcoming Your Trench Walls - how to break out from your WW1 research problems and advance to ultimate genealogical victory

Mark E Gardner (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) How FamilySearch Can Help You Locate Your Ancestors

Mark E Gardner (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) Tips for Using British Records?

John Hanson (Friday 21 Feb 2014) Why Pay? The Top Free Alternative Websites for Family History

John Hanson (Saturday Feb 22 2014) Why Cant I Find Them in the Civil Registration Indexes?

Celia Heritage (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) Newspapers for Family History

Celia Heritage (Saturday 22 Feb 2014) Wills:Not Just a Source for Our Better Off Ancestors

Daniel Horowitz (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) How Can I Share and Preserve Memories in the the Digital Era

Tahita McCabe (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) Uncle Sam Wants You! An introduction to American Military records

Roz McCutcheon (Friday 21 Feb 2014) The Poor Laws and the Irish Poor

Eileen M. Ó Dúill (Saturday 22 Feb 2014)  Moving from Amateur to Professional Genealogist: Are You Ready?

Frank Pleszack (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) The Little Known Battle of  Lake Narocz

Eric Probert (Friday 21 Feb 2014) Company and Business Records

Helen Smith (Friday 21 Feb 2014) Researching Australian World War 1 Military Personnel

Michael Tobias (Thursday 20 Feb 2014) Researching Your Jewish Ancestors