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The National Archives holds possibly the greatest collection of untapped source material for heralds and heraldry in this country. This lecture examines evidence stretching back over eight and a half centuries: seals, illuminated manuscripts, medieval rolls, treaties, grants of arms, state occasions, architectural drawings, military badges and even wooden chests. The result is an astonishing and colourful display of what is often unknown heraldic material. Adrian Ailes is a Principal Records Specialist at The National Archives and in 1997 organised an exhibition on Heraldry in the Public Records. He is a Fellow of the Heraldry Society and an academician of the Academie internationale d'héraldique.
Finding an ancestor using Internet sources from the United Kingdom and Germany. This lesson also includes references to merchant navy records, and the SMS Seeadler (Sea Eagle) also known as the Pass of Balmaha which was commanded by Count Von Luckner. Douglas Page sailed on the SS Horngarth
3. Hrvatska rodoslovna konferencija Rodoslovne baze podataka u Sloveniji - Mag. Janez Toplišek Predavanje Janeza Toplišeka na trećoj Hrvatskoj rodoslovnoj konferenciji. Magistar Janez Toplišek, jedan od osnivača Slovenskog rodoslovnog društva, u svojem je izlaganju predstavio desetak najznačajnijih izvora za prikupljanje rodoslovnih podataka o u Sloveniji. Budući da su veze između Slovenije i Hrvatske kroz povijest bile iznimno bliske, informacije što ih je Janez Toplišek iznio na predavanju zacijelo će i hrvatskim rodoslovcima pomoći u njihovim istraživanjima. "Slovenian genealogy databases" presented by Mag. Janez Toplišek at the 3rd Croatian Genealogical Conference. Mag. Janez Toplišek talks about the most important sources for researching Slovenian genealogy and family history. This lecture was given in Croatian.
Over the last century, over 3,000 family genealogies have been compiled from Swiss records. This class discusses how to find out if your family has a compiled genealogy. Then, follow along a case study that highlights the strengths and weaknesses of these genealogies.