Write a family history that’s your relatives will want to read. One brought to life by newspapers and my FIG technique.
So, you’ve done so much family history research that you’re drowning in facts and you’ve decided – that’s it – I’ve got to start writing
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
A gamekeeper’s daughter, the eerie night-time call of an owl caused Caroline Woodrow no fear – but the wolf whistles and jeers of evening city-dwellers caused her heart to quicken. Frightened, she hurried down the street, swinging her head from side to side, as she desperately surveyed her surroundings.
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