Saturday, 17 October 2009

Ancestors issue 88 now on sale

The latest issue of Ancestors (number 88, November 2009) is now on sale within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with a tale or two to share...!

Sarah Hutton looks at the Road Hill House murder of 1860, Stephen Wade examines English 'bawdy courts' , Michael Faraday looks at Hereford's Consistory Court, Fiona Fitzsimons investigates Irish petty sessions' order books, David Bishop visits Wolverhampton's archives, Karen Wicks looks at horseracing, Phil Wood discovers life in London, Roy and Lesley Adkins recall the great fire of Tyneside, and Ann Cliff argues that women were at the very heart of rural life in an article on the country kitchen. Ian Hartas looks at English and Welsh BMD records held in local registrars' offices, Simon Fowler discusses the forthcoming changes at the National Archives at Kew, and yours truly provides the latest internet news, including new Scottish and Irish resources.


On sale now at £3.99.

Chris

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