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I made it onto the promo video for the Genealogy Show! You can still get an early bird discount: £15 until June 27th! Use code EARLYSUMMER15 at checkout for 25% off.
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I'm delighted to be speaking at The Genealogy Show Summer Event 1st-3rd July this year!

If you've ever wondered who once lived in your street or are curious to hear how I researched a Victorian street in Lincoln, come along and pick up some tips and hear some interesting stories!

It's a three day show, all virtual, and there's currently 25% off tickets on their early bird deal.

Come along and join us! https://thegenealogyshow.uk/
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Green Dragon Genealogy
If you're researching your family history and need some help then you can #AskAGRA. We have expert researchers across England and Wales. https://www.agra.org.uk/
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How incredible is this photo!
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Have you ever sent for any of your ancestors' death certificates? What did they die of? Several of mine died of 'phthisis' (pronounced thigh-siss or f-thigh-siss), an old word for TB or consumption. Many of these 'Victorian' diseases are, sadly, still around today https://ukhsa.blog.gov.uk/2019/03/28/are-victorian-diseases-making-a-comeback/
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Green Dragon Genealogy
Edit: all working again now! Apologies if you're trying to access my website. It is still down, and my email box with it! It should be back up and running in a few days! In the meantime, please feel free to message me on Facebook if you need help or advice with your family history research.

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