About: Emma Tinniswood
Emma holds an M.Litt from Dundee University in Family and Local History. She has been involved with genealogy for twenty years and is specialising in genealogy and house history. She is currently writing a book on Montpelier Row in Twickenham, a Georgian terrace built in 1720. The book explores its development, local history and residents from 1720 - 1950. Emma also writes for theatre and writes historical plays especially for young people, recent plays have included Sing little Cuckoo about the work of Nelly Bly and Hope about children in a small village in WW2. Emma is based in West London and offers bespoke House History research and genealogical research in London, Surrey, Hampshire and West Sussex and beyond. She can offer hourly research or packages depending on your needs and can work for history societies, charities and businesses as well. Emma also offers workshops and short courses in researching your own house history. these workshops are based in Twickenham and the surrounding area. Emma can undertake research at the National Archives, London Metropolitan Archives, Richmond Local Studies and West Sussex Record Office as well as other archives and local studies libraries within a 50 mile radius of Twickenham.
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