ISBN: 9780957128729
Size: A5, 158 pages
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ISBN: 9780957128705
Size: A5, 88 pages
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ISBN: 9780957128712
Size: A5, 80 pages
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Our publications - ordering

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A Timeline of Art History

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This is a reference book designed primarily for students of Art History. As a chronological guide to significant examples of world art and architecture, this timeline will prove useful to anyone with an interest in cultural history.

This book has been designed specifically with the student of Western art and architecture in mind and in particular, art and architecture of the last two millennia. However, the early part of the timeline introduces aspects of ancient, even prehistoric art. The timeline is not meant to be a list of famous works of art but rather, paintings and sculptures that have some significance.

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UK Timeline for Family Historians

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Once upon a time, many years ago.... well that's just the whole point; 'many years ago' - just who can remember all those dates? Don't answer that - some of us have to have them written down....

This guide is a timeline of genealogical resources: what records may be available and when they started. It also contains an aide memoire for all those historical dates we forget - which will help put family ancestors into an historical context. Coverage is from 1066 to 2011.

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And.... it costs less than the price of one Birth, Marriage or Death certifcate!

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A short history of Great Dalby, Leicestershire

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Great Dalby is a small Leicestershire village to the east of the county near the border with Rutland, and some three miles south of Melton Mowbray. Historical notes, about Great Dalby, were compiled by Reginald Parker in the 1980s and a manuscript copy is held at the Leicestershire Record Office in Wigston. A brief account of the village was produced a few years later. It was entitled Bridge, Pump and Spire and was written by Stephen Houghton, Annie Johnson and the late Peter Large. That account, which was not published, included some important material relating to Great Dalby; not least details of ancient finds made in the area. This history includes some of that material and offers a fuller, chronological survey of Great Dalby; which will be of interest to those who live in the village today, as well as those whose ancestors once lived here.

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Books by friends and relations

 

I Am My Father's Daughter

Shameless plug for my cousin in New Zealand's book! This will be of interest to many people for lots of different reasons - fits nicely with our love of history, genealogy and family trees.

"Alisohn never knew her father. Brought up in a single parent household, at 21 she discovered she has a different father from her older siblings. This is her story of how she battled with the shock, grief and shame; how she overcame her disappointments and failures. Although her search has spanned over twenty five years, crossing continents, she never gave up hope of finding her father. It is a true story that takes you on a journey of struggles, through hardships, betrayal and heartache, but ultimately triumphs in forgiveness and discovery as she uncovers the truth."

For more details and ordering information please see Alisohn's own website: www.anencounterwithhope.com.

 

 

No Sex Please - We're BB. Anecdotal BB Memories: 1951 - 2003

Another cousin's book - anecdotal recollections and personal reflections by Allan Percival, spanning some fifty years in The Boys' Brigade.

"This book should not be regarded as a BB history. It is purely intended to bring together anecdotal recollections and personal reflections spanning some fifty years membership of, and employment by, The Boys' Brigade. Many of the people I mention will be strangers to most readers, but including them reflects the rich and diverse tapestry of individuals within the BB, past and present. In many instances it also reflects the influence they each played in varying stages of my life. The anecdotes I have included reflect my view of events and clearly, as but one small cog in a huge machine, they therefore represent a subjective and personal view."

For more details and ordering information please see Allan's own website: www.anchorage-publications.co.uk.