Wayne Shepheard - Genealogy-Related Publications

 

BOOK:

Surviving Mother Nature’s Tests: The effects climate change and other natural phenomena have had on the lives of our ancestors. (April 2018). Australia: Unlock the Past (publisher).

The Wreck of the Bay of Panama: 10 March 1891. (February 2022). Coauthor – Terry Moyle. United Kingdom. 88 pages.

Genealogy and the Little ice Age (in press)


ARTICLES:

My Progress in Unravelling the DNA of my Miller Ancestors is in press with the Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

Asylums: Places of healing, but also of hopelessness is in press with Internet Genealogy.

The Great Storm of 1703 was published in issue 22 of the REALLY USEFUL Bulletin of the Family History Federation (June 2022).

Mother Nature’s Impact on Family Migration & Relocation was published in Volume 38, Number 8 (June 2022) of Family Tree (UK magazine).

Determining the Origin of Surnames was published in Volume 38, Number 6 (April 2022) of Family Tree (UK magazine).

Then All Hell Broke Loose: The impact of the 1783-84 Laki, Iceland eruptions on families and communities was published in Volume 38, Number 2 (December 2021) of Family Tree (UK magazine).

A Soldier’s Story: Harry Hilsdon Cooper, the Cameronians and the 1942 Burma Retreat was published in Volume LXVIII, Number 3 (September 2021) of The Scottish Genealogist, quarterly journal of the Scottish Genealogical Society.

Work, Life & Family in the Industrious Revolution was published in Volume 37, Number 11 (September 2021) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Changing Surnames: Rev. Herbert Augustus Warburton Gardner-McTaggart was published in Volume 37, Number 6 (April 2021) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

The Great Blizzard of 1891: West Country of England was published in Volume 7, Number 1 (March/April 2021) issue, Your Genealogy.

Using Parish & Other Records…to determine what and how certain natural events affected people and communities in the past was published in Volume 37, Number 4 (February 2021) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Close Rolls: Use in tracing the origin of surnames was published in Volume 14, Number 1 (January-March 2021) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

The near death of a community: The Great Gale of 1824 was published in Number 89 (September 2020) issue, Discover Your Ancestors Periodical.

Castles: Employment, History and Structure was published in Volume 36, Number 11 (August 2020) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Heirloom Watches was published in Number 175 (August 2020) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Some Perils of Online Databases was published in Volume 13, Number 11 (July-September 2020) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

Children at Work was published in Volume 36, Number 8 (May 2020) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

The Great Frost and Famine of 1739-41 was published in Volume 36, Number 3 (Christmas 2019) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Finding Birth Parents: Success and Not-So-Much was published in the Fall 2019 issue, Crossroads, the quarterly journal of the Utah Genealogical Association.

Should you start a One-Name Study if there is no one to take it over? was published in Volume 13, Number 7 (July-September 2019) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

A Family Tragedy: The 1866 Pennine Flood was published in Volume 7, Number 4 (July 2019) issue, Going In-Depth Magazine.

Families in Peril: The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-12 was published in Volume 7, Number 3 (April 2019) issue, Going In-Depth Magazine.

Creating New Landscapes was published in Number 72 (April 2019) issue, Discover Your Ancestors Periodical.

The History of Old Occupations was published in Volume 35, Number 6 (March 2019) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Losing the ‘a’: A reminder lesson on surname spelling was published in Number 169 (February 2019) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Surname Origins: Why? When? Why then? was published in Volume 13, Number 4 (October-December 2018) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

Losing the land of our ancestors was published in Volume 34, Number 13 (October 2018) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Kellow/Kellar/Callard: Many names for but one Devon family (co-author Paul Stephens), was published in Volume 13, Number 3 (July-September 2018) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: Frederick Webber Case Study was published in Number 166 (May 2018) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Your Ancestors and the Little Ice Age was published in Volume 34, Number 3 (Christmas 2017) issue, Family Tree (UK magazine).

Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: Henry Corber Case Study was published in Number 164 (November 2017) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Looking for Ada Nellie was published in Number 162 (May 2017) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

The Role of Online Parish Clerks in the Search for Surnames was published in Volume 12, Number 12 (October-December 2017) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

How do you deal with name changes? was published in Volume 12, Number 7 (July-September 2016) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

1689 Burial Anomalies in Parishes of Southwest Devon (co-author Samantha Tucker) was published in Number 157 (February 2016) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Don’t Forget Half Brothers & Sisters was published in Volume 33, Number 4 (November 2015) issue, Perth County Profiles, the newsletter of the Perth County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society.

The Shepheard Surname: An Unlikely Name for an ONS? was published in Volume 12, Number 4 (October/December 2015) issue, Journal of One-Name Studies, the quarterly journal of the Guild of One-Name Studies.

My Experience with MyHeritage was published in Volume 34, Number 3 (April 2014) issue, Chinook, the quarterly journal of the Alberta Family Histories Society.

Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: George Chapple Case Study was published in Number 149 (February 2014) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Land Tax Records: Cornwood Parish, Devon, England was published in Volume 33, Number 4 (July 2013) issue, Chinook, the quarterly journal of the Alberta Family Histories Society.

Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: A case study involving the use of information from parish registers and other data sources was published in Number 146 (May 2013) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: Examples of information gleaned from parish registers was published in Volume 41, Number 1 (February 2013) issue, Relatively Speaking, the quarterly journal of the Alberta Genealogical Society.

The Future is Still in the Past: An Introduction to Online Parish Clerks was published in Volume 7, Number 2 (Summer 2012) issue, Crossroads, the quarterly journal of the Utah Genealogical Association.

The Relocation of John Walker Cooper: A Cossar Boy was published by Gentle Edge Publishing Co. Ltd. in Canadian Stories: An anthology of British Home Child stories, Special Edition (February 2012).

The Forged Will was published in Volume 32, Number 1 (October 2011) issue, Chinook, the quarterly journal of the Alberta Family Histories Society

Analysis of the Last Will & Testament of Nicholas Shepheard (1761-1820) of Cornwood Parish, County of Devon was published in Number 139 (August 2011) issue, The Devon Family Historian, the quarterly journal of the Devon Family History Society.

Finding Elizabeth COUPER: A Lesson in Family Research was published in Number 75 (Summer 2010) issue, Coontin Kin, the quarterly journal of the Shetland Family History Society.

Twists and Turns in Search of Elizabeth Cooper was published in Volume 31, Number 1, (October 2010) issue, Chinook, the quarterly journal of the Alberta Family Histories Society.


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