The 2008 Seminar, on Family History Research, is
being held at 10am on Saturday 19th July 2008 at
Eastergate Village Hall, Eastergate, West Sussex.
The Halsted Trust - 2008 Seminar
The Halsted Trust will this year be holding its annual seminar on 19th July at Eastergate Village Hall, West Sussex.
The seminar is open to anyone and this year will be aimed at those who are past the first flush of their research into one-name studies. There will be six lectures and a buffet lunch is included at a cost of £7.50
Lectures in include Researching Abroad, Searching for Surnames at the SoG, Worship Weird & Wonderful and Memorials Monuments & Gravestones.
Speakers include the Guild President Derek Palgrave FSG,
Else Churchill Genealogy Officer at the SoG a
nd Guild former committee members
John Hanson FSG, Jeanne Bunting FSG, Geoff Riggs & Alec Tritton
Both Sussex Family History Group & Society of Genealogists bookstalls will be in attendance
For further information & a booking form please see www.halsted.org.ukThe Halsted Trust - Home Page
"The Lewis-Jones Charity for the promotion of
HALSTED and other one-name studies
(Registered in England and Wales as Charity Number 1090907)"
A one-name study is the study of a particular surname (or surnames where it has variants), which researches and documents all persons bearing that surname, as distinct from researching all the ancestors or descendants of one person. A study can be confined to a country, or sometimes to a state, province or UK county, but surnames registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies are researched and documented on a worldwide basis.
The surname HALSTED and its variants were originally registered with the Guild in 1994 and subsequently transferred into the name of the Secretary of the Halsted Trust. Registration, as Member Number 4742, now covers the following surnames which include the known variants:
the following data is already viewable online, as part of the archival records on the Guild of One-Name Studies' web site.
- Civil births in England and Wales, 1837 to 2006
- Civil marriages in England and Wales, 1837 to 2005
- Civil deaths in England and Wales, 1837 to 2006
- Adoptions in England and Wales, 1926 to 1969
- Civil births in Scotland, 1855 to 2006
- Civil marriages in Scotland, 1855 to 1930
- Civil deaths in Scotland, 1855 to 2006
- Civil probate in England and Wales, 1858 to 1944