One-Place Studies – Tracing the History of a Community

Kirsty Gray
Feb 4, 2015
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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The First Steps
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How Do You Start?
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Local Archives
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National Archives
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British Association for Local History
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GENUKI
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Archon Directory
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Discovery Catalogue
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Office for National Statistics
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Victoria County History
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English Heritage
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Images of England
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Heritage Explorer
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Tetcott Church
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Gravestones
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Tetcott-Arscott Family
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Nonconformity
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Local Archives
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One-Place Study
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Society Foundations
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Registered Studies
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
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After-webinar party
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Switch
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About this webinar

The people, the streets, the churches, the workplaces, the shops and the public buildings & there are so many aspects to explore in a village to uncover its fascinating history. The village detective, Kirsty Gray, documents the sources available to trace the history of villages, with particular reference to her own one-place studies in southern England, and how genealogical/historical records can be used to build up a comprehensive picture of a community from the 18th to the 21st century.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Kirsty is a professional genealogist and ‘people finder’ who runs her own research company Family Wise Limited. As a freelance author, she has published articles in family, local and social history magazines and handbooks across the globe.
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