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The Guild of One-Name Studies, founded in 1979, is the world's leading organisation for one-name studies. Guild members are committed to studying their surname on a global basis and are required to answer all enquiries relating to their surname.
The Surname Society was founded in 2014 as a not-for-profit entity by a worldwide group of experienced genealogists. Focussing on single surname studies, the Society meets the needs of researchers in the world of family history and genealogy as it evolves in the 21st century.
The vision of The Surname Society is to connect like-minded people by providing up-to-date facilities which enable members to share knowledge, data and good practice with others. The society is entirely online and allows members to register worldwide and limited studies. Collaboration is both facilitated and encouraged as it is the core ethos of The Surname Society.
Other Surname Sites
- Bell, Graham, Dietz, Jackson and more
- Blair Families of Ireland
- Donegan Clan
- Fisher Family of Kings Norton
- Fisher Family (Wiltshire)
- Gooch Family History
- Greenhalgh Family
- Grimwade & Grimwood One-Name Study
- Guymer Surname Study
- Hornsby Family Genealogy
- Huvane Family History
- Krause Family Genealogy
- Lefever (Lefevre and other variants) surname study
- Lockwood One Name Study
- The Lomas Family: A Study of an Old British Family
- Lusby Family History
- Marshall Family History
- Mayer Family Tree
- McMorran Surname Study
- Muir, Miller, Knight and Jones
- Nobbs and Haresign
- Morissette and Painchaud Family History
- Orlando Worldwide One-name Study
- Riggs Surname Study - a former Guild-registered study which, following the death of the founder, is currently available for adoption
- Scholderer Surname Study
- Sillifant Surname Study
- The Wilde Surname Study
Other One Name Study Websites
- One Name Study and Research, get help and search the database for other researchers RootsChat One name Study and Research. (Free).
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