Month: October 2018

14 Oct, 2018

New RQG Member: Paul Poree

Paul has just completed the PgDip at the University of Strathclyde but has been undertaking genealogical research for more than 30 years. Currently based in The Philippines, Paul is regularly in the UK for research and his primary areas of interest are in Liverpool/Southwest Lancashire and French family history research. LinkedIn:ée-98444b7/

14 Oct, 2018

Celebrating Archives: Leeds University Library Special Collections

Leeds University Library’s Special Collections is home to hundreds of thousands of rare books, manuscripts, archives and art. Our collections offer a rich resource for staff, students, and the wider research community. The archives are located in the Brotherton Library in the Parkinson Building on Woodhouse Lane and are free to consult by appointment. Special […]

Bradford University Charter
4 Oct, 2018

Celebrating Archives: Bradford University Archives

University of Bradford Special Collections has over 100 collections over 1.5 kilometres of shelves: archives, rare books, photographs, maps, drawings and digital media, offering a wonderful range of primary sources for both study and enjoyment. The University of Bradford became a home for a new chair in Peace Studies in 1973.  The department thrives to […]

2 Oct, 2018

New RQG Member: Heather Cromar

Heather recently received an MSc in Genealogical, Palaeographical, and Heraldric studies from the University of Strathclyde and will be attending the November graduation in Glasgow. She lives in Rexburg, Idaho (somewhat near Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park) where she teaches as an adjunct professor in the Family History & Genealogy Department. Currently she […]