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January 10, 2020
Book Review -Tracing your Ancestors in Lunatic Asylums A Guide for Family Historians by Michelle Higgs

By Linda Hammond This is not a topic I’ve ever researched before so I was...

January 10, 2020
New RQG member – Ruth Bertram

In 2019 Ruth was awarded the PG Diploma from the University of Strathclyde and is...

January 2, 2020
Irish Genealogy

Irish genealogical research can be a little different than elsewhere as we don’t have the...

December 16, 2019
New Editor for the RQG Journal of Genealogy and Family Hisory

On behalf of the board of Directors, I would like to extend a very warm...

November 1, 2019
By road, by sea or by Shanks’s Pony?

As many of you may know, last week was RootsTech London. It was an amazing...

October 28, 2019
New RQG Member Victoria Coyle

Bolton based Victoria has the following qualifications: BA (Hons) in History and English: Bolton Institute...

October 27, 2019
New RQG Member Claire Arnold

Claire is based in Thornton-Cleveleys, near Blackpool in Lancashire and currently has a Diploma in...

October 19, 2019
RQG member Alison Spring talks at RootsTech London

RQG member Alison Spring is talking at #RootsTechLondon on Beyond Scotland’s People:Breaking Down Brick Walls...

January 10, 2020
Book Review -Tracing your Ancestors in Lunatic Asylums A Guide for Family Historians by Michelle Higgs

By Linda Hammond This is not a topic I’ve ever researched before so I was...

January 10, 2020
New RQG member – Ruth Bertram

In 2019 Ruth was awarded the PG Diploma from the University of Strathclyde and is...

January 2, 2020
Irish Genealogy

Irish genealogical research can be a little different than elsewhere as we don’t have the...

December 16, 2019
New Editor for the RQG Journal of Genealogy and Family Hisory

On behalf of the board of Directors, I would like to extend a very warm...