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Daily Archives: June 9, 2011
http://work.axismaps.com/amd/lll/ This map is the first partnership between Adam Matthew Group and Axis Maps LLC exploring both the place and space of Victorian London through historic data and primary source documents. While the words “space” and “place” may be used … Continue reading
I added details of my CUMPSTON research to Graham’s search engine some time ago at http://onlinenames.net.au/ but it has recently been upgraded and it is well worth adding your own research interests.
This is a useful lesson in how to shorten long web addresses https://www.familysearch.org/techtips/2010/12/how-to-shorten-long-web-addresses.html – I shall have to try it out!
http://archive.sandhurstcollection.org.uk/ The registers show the details for almost every officer cadet that attended the Royal Military Academy Woolwich and Royal Military College Sandhurst. The staff registers record servants, professors and military staff at these institutions.
One of the best Black Country websites can be seen at http://www.blackcountrysociety.co.uk where I have many CUMPSTON entries listed in the Sedgley and Kingswinsford areas. People often ask for a description of where the Black country is so here is a map
http://pericles.ipaustralia.gov.au/ols/auspat is a useful site to search for relatives who registered patents in Australia. I found the following entries for CUMPSTON Application number Title Applicant(s) Inventor(s) Filing date 1 2000067501 Optical data storage … Continue reading
Many thanks to Pauline Litton for pointing out this website at our meeting of the Yorkshire branches of the Guild of One Name Studies in Harrogate on 4th June. This is a very simple front page search engine giving a … Continue reading