Above, Lower Cheltenham Place, Montpelier, Bristol, with those flat-fronted houses that could be any age from 1810s to 1850s. … More
Who dug the New Cut?
This is a story about oral history and how oral history can conflict with official history. It is not yet, unfortunately, … More
Why do people cry on Who Do You Think You Are?
Genealogy is, when I think about it, the thing I have been doing longer than I’ve been doing pretty much … More
Uncle Jack’s tattoos
The Guardian is, of course, wrong about everything all the time, and this piece on David Dimbleby’s tattoo is no … More
The ways of the ancestors
The British Psychology Society research blog is reporting on an ace little piece of research about the psychological benefits of … More