In recent years, the expansion in digitisation of historical records used by genealogists and family historians has led to the wider availability of material relating to crime, policing and punishment in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Materials such as criminal registers, institutional prison records and photographs or ‘mugshots’ are often used by archives and museums […]
RQG are proud to announce that the following members will be taking part at RootsTech, London in October. David Annal – ‘My Ancestors Were Liars’. Nick Barratt – ‘Legal sources for genealogy’ AND ‘The smuggler king of Cullercoats’. Jenifer Burden – ‘A sense of place: Land records and maps’. John Cleary – ‘Tools for tree-building […]
RQG are proud to support saving the Thomas Cook Archive – please get involved and express your support via the contact details on the following link from the Association of Business Historians: Save the Thomas Cook Archive!
#RootsTechLondon is only a few weeks away and exhibition hall passes are now available. For only £20 you can access the exhibition hall to see what’s new in the family history industry, connect with friends both new and old, and get exclusive help on your biggest research roadblocks! Be sure to visit the Register of […]