First Hidden Whistle
If you wish to comment on anything in this website you will need to provide a name and email address, but otherwise you are free to explore the site anonymously.
You can provide a general comment in the Guest Book (this will be seen by others who visit the website), or by using the Contact form (this is more private, and is also a way to let me have any photos, articles or other information).
You can provide a more specific comment on a post or page using the comment form below the post or page (if there is one). Note that this will be seen by others who visit the website.
You can provide a more specific comment on a Person within the TNG part of the site using the "Suggest" tab. Information on which individual you are referencing is automatically attached to the message when you make a suggestion this way. This is not seen by other visitors to the site, but I will add any appropriate information to the offline database, and thence to the website when it is next updated.
However you do it, I look forward to hearing from you.
Generally, with a toggle you can alternate back and forth between two states by clicking the same button. We use toggles in this website to enable content to be alternately hidden and revealed, and they are usually indicated by .
The thumbnails below are small images of webpages. If you click on the thumbnail image it takes you to that webpage in a new tab in your browser. If you close that browser tab (e.g. using the little cross) you will get back to this page.
Other Useful Links
Links to some other sites using TNG
These can be an inspiration as we develop this site, and its contents. Some of these sites also use WordPress, but not all.
Possibly useful Links
|Family Tree Magazine [D02667gb]|
|Who Do You Think You Are Magazine [D02667ga]|
|Your Family Tree Magazine [D02667lb]|
Links to Societies
One-Place Study Links
There are lots of one-place studies listed on the website of the Society for One Place Studies. The following are other websites with similar aims, but not part of the society, or ones that are a particular inspiration as we develop this site and its contents.
A one-place study (OPS) considers people and families in their physical and social context in any location across the globe.
By learning about your ancestors’ neighbours and studying the historical environment and events that took place within a village, you can gain a greater understanding of your own genealogy. An OPS researches the residents of a particular place by gathering a full range of historical records, memorabilia and stories that mention those individuals, and analyse them to gain insights into the social and economic workings of that place.