(Angela Smith & Neil Bertram) This is not a book listing names but a huge source of references between 1066 and 2021. It enables the researcher to link dates connected with their ancestral research to historical events of all sorts……
(Stuart A Raymond) The records of parish, county, and diocesan administration, of the courts, of the national government, and of private estates, all have something to tell us about the history of a locality, which can assist with our understanding…..
(Susan T Moore) The records of the Courts of Equity, which deal with cases of fairness rather than the law, are among the most detailed, extensive and revealing of all the legal documents historians can consult, yet they are often…..
(John Wintrip) This period is before the censuses and civil registration, and so more difficult to research. The book provides a description of aspects of life in the Georgian period, and a detailed guide to the variety of the genealogically…..
(Rebecca Probert) A second edition of the author’s guide for everyone tracing the marriages of their English and Welsh ancestors between 1600 and the 20th century. Examines changes over time: who could marry whom, the basic formalities of marriage, requirements…..
(Rebecca Probert) The family historian?s guide to marital breakdown, separation, widowhood, and remarriage: from 1600 to the 1970s. A follow-up to Rebecca?s earlier title Marriage Law for Genealogists, that looks at lives which did not meet the common pattern of…..
The programme finds us winding our way further down the beautiful Frome Valley from the County Town of Dorchester through some of Dorset’s prettiest hamlets and villages on to Wareham and Poole Harbour. Bonny Sartin of the Dorset folk group…..