My Itinerary







My Itinerary for my research trip to Ireland and the United Kingdom:

May 7  W        Flight from BNA to Dublin, Ireland

May 8  Th       Visit to Glasite and Stone-Campbell Movement sites in the Dublin Area.

May 9  F          Archival work in Dublin.

May 10 Sat    Travel to Belfast, Northern Ireland, via train.  Visit Glasite and Stone-Campbell Movement sites in Belfast area.

May 11 Sun   Travel to Glasgow, Scotland via Ferry. Visit significant sites in Stone-Campbell Movement History in Glasgow, including Alexander Campbell’s home, the University of Glasgow, and Haldanite and Glasite Church sites.

May 12 M       Continue to tour Glasite and Stone-Campbell locations.

May 13 T        Travel to Dundee, Scotland, via train (1h30m).  Archival Research at University of Dundee.

May 14 W       Archival Research at University of Dundee.

May 15 Th      Visit Glasite sites in Dundee.

May 16 F        Archival Research at U of D.  Travel to Edinburgh, Scotland via train.

May 17 Sat    Visit Glasite and Haldanite sites in Edinburgh.

May 18 Sun   Travel to Cardiff, Wales via train.  Visit Sandemanian locations.

May 19 M       Visit Sandemanian locations.  Travel to London, England via train.

May 20 T        Visit Stone-Campbell and Sandemanian locations in the London Area.

May 21 W       Visit Stone-Campbell and Sandemanian locations in the London Area.

May 22 TH     Conduct Archival Research in London.

May 23           London

May 24 Sat    Fly to BNA from London, England.

One reply on “My Itinerary”

Hi Josh
I have recently been researching my family tree – my maiden name is Sandeman and have discovered the Glasite connection. i also noticed that you are due to visit Dundee on the 13th, 14th 15th of May this year which is only 20 miles from my home town. Although I am not too familiar with the Glasite movement I would be happy to pass on any family history to you which may be helpful and perhaps gain a little more insight into the project. I have been trying to construct a genealogical record of the family and now have a good trace going back to the first known mention of John Sandeman in this area around 1628. (Before that there is an indication of Scandinavian origin – from a group known as ‘truthtellers’ but this I have not investigated apart from a possible association with the name ‘Swendeman’.) However I would certainly be pleased to be of any assistance to you whilst you are here as I am familiar with Dundee, the University and surrounding area. Please do not hesitate to contact me on my email address.

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