Blog

September 25, 2022
New RQG Member – Melissa Pearson

Melissa has an MSc in Genealogy, Palaeography and Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde and has a special interest in the use pf prison records for genealogical research. Based in Gloucestershire, UK, Melissa is going into business as a professional researcher. Twitter handle is @Melissa03790426...

September 16, 2022
New RQG member – Joanne Kenyon

Joanne is a professional genealogist based in Staffordshire, West Midlands UK. Currently studying for an MSc in Genealogical, Palaeographical and Heraldic Studies with the University of Strathclyde, and has completed the certificate and diploma. She has a keen interest in local and social history, researching the people behind industry and occupations in the 18th and […]...

September 9, 2022
Study Stories- Kathie Ross

To celebrate the beginning of the academic year, we talked to some of our members about their learning experiences. Here is RQG student member Kathie Ross who is studying in the Genealogical Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies programme at the University of Strathclyde Why did you decide to do the course you are on? I took […]...

September 8, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II

On behalf of RQG, I offer our condolences to the Royal family on the death of Queen Elizabeth II...

September 7, 2022
New RQG member – Morag Peers

Morag is currently a student on the MSc programme at Strathclyde University. They completed the PG Certificate in 2021 and the Diploma in 2022 and will be starting their final year in October with a view to graduating in 2023. Based in Bearsden, Glasgow, Morag’s main areas of interest are Scottish and Irish genealogy and […]...

August 19, 2022
New RQG member – Karen Clarke

Karen achieved an Mlitt Family and Local History with the University of Dundee in July of this year. Based in Arbroath, Scotland, she works in the wonderful Signal Tower Museum. https://visitangus.com/arbroath-signal-tower-museum/ Karen has a special interest in the Square Mile of Murder, Glasgow. Particularly Jessie McLachlan’s case. She also enjoys investigating the life of Light […]...