The record of the marriage of John Ellis and Mary Horsfall, Gildersome Friends Meeting House, 1774.
Court record of the trial of Thomas Spooner and many others involved in a picket and demonstration at the cutlery grinding works of Samuel Walker in Sheffield.
Dirty politics in the 1807 election: why our ancestors didn’t vote for William Wilberforce, the anti-slavery campaigner and well-known Dissenter.
The Trial of Benjamin Berry: or how we became established in Australia: a revered ancestor making the journey with the Second Fleet.
Single mothers in our family tree going back to 1707: not a new problem after all! Read how they coped in very different times.
Born in 1852, baptised Harry Crickmore on 12 February 1854 in Kirby Cane, Norfolk (at the same time as his newborn brother Jarvis.)
Married Catherine Brickley in early 1877
Died in mid-1889 before the birth of his son Thomas Jarvis in the December of that year.