The Isard archive

About the Isard archive

This is the home page for the electronic records held by the Guild of One-Name Studies on behalf of the Isard one-name study.

The archive holder is Mr James W Isard (Member no. 1803). He can be contacted by e-mail at . Further contact details may be found in the Guild on-line register.

A summary of the one-name study can be found here. Further information about the one-name study may be found on the web site of the archive holder www.isard.org.uk.

Contents of the Isard archive

The following records are available for search in this archive:

You can also carry out a General Search of all records in the Isard archive.

Archive contents last updated 7th June 2013.

The Guild Archive facility

The Guild Electronic Archive (or just the "Guild Archive") allows members of the Guild to present some of the records from their one-name study to Internet users by placing the information on the Guild web site. Members may choose to allow access to these records to everybody or to be restricted to fellow members of the Guild.

At present, the archive allows archivists to store Birth, Marriage and Death records from England & Wales (from 1837), Scotland (from 1855), and Ireland (including the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) (from 1864), Civil Probate Records from England & Wales (from 1858), and Census Records from England, Wales & Scotland (1841 to 1911). Members may also create their own sets of records for search in their archive.

An archive may be set up for any surname registered with the Guild. There is no charge to Guild members for this facility.

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Archives of other one-name studies registered with the Guild may be found here.
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