Each of the over 8,300 surnames and variants listed in the online Register of One-Name Studies is currently registered by a member of the Guild as the subject of a one-name study. The member is therefore collecting all occurrences of the surname on a world-wide basis.

THE REGISTER IS COPYRIGHT OF THE GUILD OF ONE-NAME STUDIES (© 2006-2013) AND MAY NOT BE COPIED TO OTHER SITES OR RE-PUBLISHED IN ANY FORM.

The Guild is committed to the highest accuracy in its online information (including the removal of obsolete details) and unauthorised copies at other sites would soon become inaccurate.

Changes and corrections to the membership details shown here should be sent to the A webform for this purpose is available in the Members' Room. Please do NOT send corrections to the Website Manager.

The Register was last updated on 21st November 2014.

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You can search the Register for a surname registered with the Guild, the surname of a member or their membership number. Alternatively, selecting any of the letters of the alphabet in the list above the search box will display a list of registered surnames beginning with that letter.

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Instructions for use:

There are two ways of using this on-line register.

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A very small number of members are not listed in the on-line register. If a member is not listed, this is because they have asked for their details to be excluded from the Internet. Their details are included in the printed version of the Register.

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  1. Click on the initial letter of the surname you are searching for, in the alphabet above.
  2. Then click on the name of your choice.

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You can also use the inbuilt search system above. You may type in the surname you are interested in, the surname of the member carrying out the one-name study, or, if you know it, the person's membership number, into the search field.

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