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The Village of Threlkeld, Cumbria, and Surroundings

  • Independent & Collaborative Projects, Large & Small
    It costs nothing to participate, in either fees or time commitment, but our Members help to grow the worldwide knowledgebase and have access to research and publications

  • Registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies
    An official Guild Study, registration #7695, we embrace the principles and guidelines of a global surname study

  • Members' Only Assets Area with Over 3GB Of Files
    From complete 19th century books, family photographs uploaded by Members, to research papers produced by the Study, the Assets & Archives area is our library

  • Threlkeld Surname Project at Family Tree DNA
    Critical to achieving some of the goals of the Study, we administer the Threlkeld Surname DNA Project at FTDNA and encourage all who test to join

  • Companion Surname Project at WikiTree
    For recording & maintaining information about individual genealogies within the Study, we have a dedicated program at WikiTree

20 JUN 2018
Cumbria, a Forgotten Celtic Kingdom
Don't miss this entertaining article by Jim Threlkeld describing the rugged landscape and "Tolkienesque" history of ancient Cumbria