I’d like to tell you about my 6x Great-Grandmother. A Dorset woman, accused by the local Vicar of being a witch. Was she malevolent or was she a victim of an abusive employer?
How many times have you got half way through a search and then had that niggly feeling that you’ve done this before? How many times have you started a search on
I’m a member of several UK Facebook genealogy groups, and one of the most frequently asked questions I see, is “should I subscribe to Ancestry.co.uk or Find My
There are many reasons why, even the most experienced of genealogists, hits a brick wall in their research. Two primary causes for these stumbling blocks are; lack of data and too much data
As a mother, historic attitudes towards pregnancy and childbirth, have always fascinated me. Recently, I researched a client’s ancestor – a woman who spent a lo
1. “Home is where the heart is” Our home is an important part of our lives. Finding out more about the places your ancestors lived gives you a valuable insight
By 1901 Elisha and Eliza’s older children had married and started families of their own. Many lived within the Notting Hill area, on a network of roads close to the main artery of Latimer Road.