The June issue is now out, has the following main features as well as my news
item announcing the launch of the Dyflist !
# Votes for Women Part 2. by Tom Wood
I found this very readable and instructive, any of you guys still think of
women as "genteel creatures", read this and think again ! :-)))))))))))))))
# A Company of Comedians , by John Douch
The theatre in the Georgian era, based on the author's own family research.
# Old Occupations, Wee Workers of Warrington--Pin Makers , by Anne Keen
A tale of the pre sewing machine era when children were employed to make pins.
# Research in Uruguay and Argentina, by H R Henley
# Scottish Indexes on the Net, have your credit cards handy, by Anthony Camp
Read the author's view on what a govt dept is doing selling index access on
the net, as against making them freely available . Especially when the work
was done by volunteers . Wham, bam stuff !
Supports the theme of the main "Easier and Cheaper Access to Civil
Registration Records" campaign.
The website below is well worth a visit, I at last found an email address for
my MP via it, off has winged my missive, all UK based researchers really
should support this. Check it out.
<A HREF="http://www.conservative-party.org.uk/">The CAMPAIGN for Easier
Cheaper Access to Older Civil Registration Records</A>
# Somerset Sinners and Beneficiaries, by David Williams
Based on a "presentment" by the parson and churchwardens of Coombe St
Nicholas, Somerset in 1676.
# Was there an athlete in your family, by Keith Morbey
# A "tail" of two lambs, by John Hughes
Was "Mary had a little lamb" based on the author's g grandmother born 1842
Another good varied read for £2 , FTMag., keep it up !