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The Keep

 The Keep has been open for nearly a month now and some of the staff at Brighton and Hove Libraries have been lucky enough to be given a tour of the building. 490 more words


Samuel Jeake's Business Interests

The UK is having amazing weather at the moment: clear blue skies and the sun is beating down. It’s making me very lazy so I thought I’d put up another short essay I did for the Jeake’s module. 1,005 more words


My Family History Week: Sunday 22nd April 2012

It was a good week, although admittedly most of the family history happened towards the end of the week. There wasn’t really anything new this week, no new databases plundered just sorting out what I already have and a little bit of updating from things like the census and BMD indexes. 285 more words


Challenging times: Processing Framfield burial records

Last week’s challenge was quite helpful in giving my family history a little bit of focus. The danger however is that I am going to get carried away with doing new exciting stuff, and ignore what I am really ought to be doing. 290 more words

Family History

Investigating Patrick and Kate's marriage

I had two specific questions about Kate Allison and Patrick Vaughan’s marriage to answer yesterday when I visited the East Sussex Record Office.

  1. When did it take place?
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Use It or Lose It - A visit to East Sussex Record Office

It’s that time of year again. My holiday year runs out at the end of the month and if I don’t I use my last couple of days holiday then I will lose them. 400 more words


Open Day at East Sussex Record Office

I have to admit I was in two minds about whether to make my way down to Lewes, East Sussex on Sunday for the Family History Open Day at the East Sussex Record Office. 307 more words

Family History