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Anne will be describing her book in the month or so before its publication, and Eric will be posting for each of the next eight months on this web-site specimen pages from his Family Tree books, so you can gauge from their method and contents whether you might want to buy one or more of them as they are published (all profits will go to help defray the R&T FHS’s numerous expenses). We’re starting with pages one and two of Ten Major 18th Century Boswell Families traced from about 1750 to about 1920. Please note that the abbreviations used (for example for counties and family relationships) will be explained, as with the R&T FHS’ Family Tree booklets, on a prefatory page.
Eric Trudgill
1 January 2018
The significance of Weyhill Fair for Gypsies from as early as the seventeenth century.
Anne-Marie Ford
6 October 2013
Something of the Blacks of Inkpen in Berkshire.
Anne-Marie Ford
2 January 2016
The family of William Fletcher
Eric Trudgill
6 March 2012
William Gray was a close friend of Elijah Boswell and. like Elijah, a polygamist.
Eric Trudgill
3 February 2013
The Berkshire William James family traced from 1774 to the end of the nineteenth century.
Eric Trudgill
3 November 2013
An interesting E Anglian family traced from the late 18th century to the early 20th century.
Eric Trudgill
5 December 2015
Evidence that William Wilson (husband of Martha), who baptised children in the 1820s, had been known previously as William Gaskin (husband of Ann).
Eric Trudgill
2 April 2017
The descendants of Wisdom Smith (baptised in 1786 son of Jasper and Catherine) traced into the 1930s.
Eric Trudgill
6 September 2015
The descendants of Wisdom Smith (baptised in 1786 son of Jasper and Catherine) traced into the 1930s.
Eric Trudgill
6 September 2015
Unusual family names among the Smiths
Anne-Marie Ford
2 February 2014