The One Place Studies Directory provides a searchable index of One Place Study locations worldwide with a verified online presence. For each location a link is provided to another website or platform where more information can be found or requested.
Inclusion in the Directory is 100% FREE. We don’t request or store any personal details.
TOTAL STUDY LOCATIONS NOW = 3,110
The Directory has been divided by Country to simplify presentation of results. Click on the Country name to access the One Place Studies Directory for that Country.
|Country||Total Studies||Whole community||Single street [S]||Single property [P]||Cemetery [C]||Wartime [W]||Disaster [D]|
The One Place Studies Directory currently includes:
- Whole Community Studies – usually a whole village/parish or town/township
- Cemetery Studies [C] – usually a whole cemetery, churchyard or graveyard
- Disaster Studies [D] – studies that can be tied to a single location on land, such as Mining Disasters.
- Single Property Studies [P] – usually a house, farmstead or an institution such as an orphanage or workhouse
- Single Street Studies [S] = usually a whole road, street or terrace of properties
- War Studies [W] – usually focused on those listed on a war memorial who died but sometimes expanded to include others who served and survived.
The websites and platforms the One Place Studies Directory may point to currently include:
- websites set up by individual ‘One-Placers‘ specifically for their own One Place Studies
- One Place Study ‘space pages’ set up by WikiTree as part of their One Place Studies Project
- Facebook Pages, Facebook Groups and Twitter Accounts dedicated to the study and its location
- parish pages set up by Online Parish Clerks (OPCs) – please be aware to access WiltsOPC parishes you’ll first need to register (free)
- profile pages set up by the Society for One Place Studies for studies with no other verified online presence – please be aware the Society removes profile pages if annual subscriptions to the Society cease
- study pages hosted by RootsWeb