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150 members
19 Jul, 2019

Celebrating 150 Members

We are pleased to announce that our membership has now exceeded 150 members. Not all of our members actively take on commissions but those who do may have a profile on our website. Over 80 members are currently listed. https://www.qualifiedgenealogists.org/resumes . You can search this page by location or speciality. If you cannot find a […]

trees in a sunset
1 Jul, 2019

Weather – What Has Shakespeare Got To Do With It?

The Bard shows how an awareness of weather conditions can help the family historian. My paper, Answers in the Wind (JGFH-1), set out an argument for weather events to play a greater part in family history research.  In this blog, I would like to offer a less formal walk through how the genealogist can include […]

new RQG member Alison Spring
22 Jun, 2019

New RQG Member- Alison Spring

Alison has a MLitt in Family & Local History from the University of Dundee.  Her dissertation dealt with Glasgow poor law records, one of her specialist areas of research. Based just outside Glasgow, in the west of Scotland, Alison uses the records in its City Archives, as well as the National Archives and Library in […]

New RQG member David Barton
20 Jun, 2019

New RQG student member- David Barton

David has been a keen amateur genealogist for over 20 years, and is currently studying on the IHGS Correspondence Course in Genealogy as a precursor to sitting their higher level examinations. His research is primarily UK-based, and he is developing a particular interest in pre-1813 parish registers and pre-1841 population surveys. MEd BA(Hons) LLCM DipABRSM […]