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How to resolve stumbling blocks in your family history research using new and unique search strategies on TheGenealogist to find those missing relatives. Includes searching for a family using just the individuals' forenames, keyword search tools; using criteria other than a name to search on, using maps and other advanced search techniques. The talk also covers unique data sets such as Tithe records, The 1910 Land Survey, Non-Conformist records, Non-Parochial records, Fleet marriages, Will images, Parish Records, Directories, Newspapers and more.
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About the speaker: Working as the head of online development for TheGenealogist and also as a Director of S&N British Data Archive, Mark Bayley has been involved in many aspects of genealogy and the family business from an early age. During his time at university, Mark followed a passion for technology, studying Computer Science. A combination of interests in web design, social networks and genealogy led him to develop TreeView for his dissertation. TreeView.co.uk is a free online family tree builder that lets you record, display, chart, import, export and share genealogical information. Mark graduated with a first-class honours degree and joined the company full time. Mark doesn’t just develop new genealogical research tools. At evenings and weekends, he can be found giving talks on breaking down brick walls using these tools along with alternative record sets at events across the country.
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