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May 15, 2018

Service record research

Service record research A service record from the British armed services form an immensely engaging part of my research work. Individuals, institutions and media organisations often seek my expertise in decoding a service record. Over the past ten-years I have…

September 3, 2014

The new research room at the Imperial War Museum

As an independent archival researcher working in the United Kingdom it is quite exciting when the surroundings in which we work change. I have been visiting the research facilities at the Imperial War Museum over the last decade. The first…

August 3, 2014

A number of interesting projects recently

Over the last few months I have been undertaking a number of interesting projects and working at the National Archives and elsewhere. As you might expect there has been much interest in matters relating to World War One from far…

March 24, 2014

Talking about the Trent

I tweeted last weekend before and after I spoke at the Nottinghamshire Local History Association annual general meeting to thank those that invited me to speak and those that listened to me. Philip Riden spoke expertly before me about the…

February 2, 2014

National Waterways Archive in Ellesmere Port

It was very pleasant to return to the National Waterways archive at the National Boat Museum in Ellesmere Port. For those that have not had the chance to visit the museum it provides an opportunity for you to see the…

October 26, 2013

Trade and Traffic on the River Trent, 1850 to 1970

Aside of my freelance work, I am a Research Associate at the University of Nottingham on the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project 'Trade and Traffic on the River Trent and associated Waterways, 1850 to 1970. This research…

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