Category Archives: "General"

15 Jan, 2018

Meet an RQG Director

Carol Bannister BA (Hons) MSc RGN OHNC I have always lived in Nottinghamshire but I did work in London for 14 years. I qualified and worked as a nurse and an occupational health nurse for about 40 years.  My occupational roles have included working as the national adviser in occupational health for the Royal College […]

29 Dec, 2017

New Journal Article

A new article has just been published in The Journal Genealogy and Family History – The family of ‘radical traitor’ Henry Redhead Yorke, by Anne M. Powers which is available to access online here: http://www.qualifiedgenealogists.org/ojs/index.php/JGFH/article/view/43/21 Abstract: Although the political views of Henry Redhead Yorke have received attention since he first emerged as a radical in the early […]

12 Dec, 2017

New Member – David Lloyd

Welcome to our new member David lloyd.  Here are a few facts about him: He completed the 1 year full-time MSc in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies at Strathclyde University and graduated in November. He is based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. He has a special interest in Tasmanian Conduct records and Indents. He used these extensively […]

31 Oct, 2017

The Journal of Genealogy and Family History – Two new articles

Two new articles are available online from the following authors – click on the article title links for more: Stephen B. Hatton is a retired businessperson with a long-time interest in genealogy. Steve is interested in indirect evidence, methodology, theory, and  exploring relations with other academic disciplines. His articles have been published in county, state, national, and international journals. Analyzing an associate network and an indirect evidence network to discover Martha “Patsy” (McNabb) Wynkoop’s father and […]